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IF I ON THE MUSIC PLAYER IT IS SAYING "NOT ENOUGH MEMORY "NOW WHAT SHOULD I DO PLEASE GIVE REPLY

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Dear sir,
the first solution is to keep some of your phone memory clear,atleast 2 mb.........also keep some 100 mb free space in memory card also...if the card and phone is fully loaded then the phone is almost dead..........
if in case the phone memory and memory card has some free space then,this is the problem usually caused by virus and sometimes it might be software failure also, which causes some of the menu not tofunction,the only solution is to flash ur phone software from the nearest nokia care,it also updates your mobile software which increases the mobile speed....

thank you.....take care

Posted on Oct 04, 2010

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