i want to copy some songs from phone memory to mmc. each time i try to do it, phone gives me error that 'Music Player : Not enough memory to perform operation. Delete some data first.' so i tried deleting some data also. but in vein. It also give me problem while i transfer some data via bluetooth from other phones. Please give solution for this.
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Hi first of all remove the memory card from your phone,reboot the phone by typing *#7780# and try it.If the problem persist you need to flash the phone.If it is ok then the only thing you need to do is to format the memory card.First copy all the data which stored in your mmc and paste it to desktop...FORMAT the mmc and copy all the data and again paste it to you mmc.Good luck
make sure you formatted it to fat32,then put back in the phone(without the music yet)back up phone to the mmc card.. when you have done that find the music folder on the mmc card and put your songs in there.
the message that u see every time is about the phone's memory and not memory card's . so try reducing the data in the "my files "folder by coping or moving it to memory card. >>> your phone(e 1410 copies the desired ring tone first to phone . The ring tone can't be set via memory card.
I dont know if this will work but its worth a try. If you have a cable to connect the phone to your computer and the relevant software then try to copy the contents of the memory card to your computer and then format the card. I hope this works. Good luck.
Maybe there's something wrong with the compatability of your MMC with your phone. Try to buy a new a new one but this time try to buy the genuine one. By the way. was your memory card a generic one? Sometimes, other generic MMC wont work with the phone we've been using these days especially Nokia and Sony Ericssons phone. Genuine is expensives but its worth it. Or rather try buying a Kingstone or Transcend brands.
Hope that will help you.