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Not enough memory thought i have more memory to use

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Check the amount of free space on your phone.. If it does have free space and still its acting up then it may be due to either of these problems..
1)Memory card and Phone memory corrupted.
Solution: Format both Phone and Card memory. If doesn't work try getting another memory card.
2)Firmware issue: The phone's firmware is partly corrupted. You can go for a firmware upgrade.
Hope this helps!

Posted on May 22, 2008

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