Just formate you device, it is due to data overload, "switch off your cell, then press *+3+green key and siwtch on the phone, keep pressing the *+3+green keys, after little time, release the keys and let the phone start, you will see your phone will offer you to do some settings, it means your phone is formated and your problem will be solved,
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Re: n95 problems with menu
Its too simple u must go in ur phone settings and orig.device settings and tehen enter the lock code ur phone will be restarted and if it doesn't help then update ur phones software dont try the latest version try the same version
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all you have to do is to go to menu, then look for log(as in call logs) but it is written as log and after you find this select it. it will show some items like recent calls etc which can be read but to get what you need, just press the right button of the d-pad button and you would see a log of both recent calls, sms, mms, and data services for the past 30 days. hope this was helpful? please rate
IF yo are using a memory card you need to format it and use. THis is because you have lots of stuffs in your memory card. Before formatting backup your details thats important. And restart your mobile. I think this will solve your problem !! rate me !!
I'm also face the same problem with my nokia. this things happening when your memory card get corrupt. you can avoid this trouble temperally formating your memory card. after that problem persist change your memory card to a new one.
Access menu>messages>(Now from this screen you should see your Inbox, Outbox, Drafts, Saved, Etc. Check to see if you are given 'Options').
This should allow you to delete all text messages in each category. If you are not given an 'Options' feature then access your Inbox and from your Inbox use your 'Options' feature to delete all clutter.
This is very easy to deal with.
Firstly Backup your phone contents.
goto menu -> settings -> general -> restore factory settings.
use code 12345
if that fails then turn your phone off and press and hold
*, 3 and the Green call button while you power up your phone.
this is a hard reset and will format the contents of your phone memory, if problems persist after this then format you memory card too. and hard reset again.
Resetting to factory settings will probably sort it out. But you might loose the data stored on the phone. You'll find the reset in the menu, tools, settings.
I'm assuming that you switch your phone off sometimes, if you don't, try a restart first.