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Camera when i go to the camera on the v3i, i try to take a picture it says, insert memory card and switch storage device. i have plenty of space on the phones memory and do not need the little memory card yet. what is the problem? and when i recieve a call, i cannot talk through and they hear me for the first 20 seconds..help!!!!

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When u hve videos or too any messages..ur phones memory is bound to be full..and abt ur calls uv got to check it with ur service providerand if that doesnt work try with the motorola dealership...it must be the network problem..All the best

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