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Can not write sms always registers memory is full even transffered to memory card

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Salam. its best and only solution is to format your phone.this msg means that your database is corrupt.

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E71 says memory full but if you go and look at memory and memory card in fo they are not even half full


phone's internal memory is full..
If you are saving your SMS's and contacts on phone, it takes lots of memory..
Move it to Memory card, to do that, open messages, press menu, go to options >> settings >> other >> change memory in use from phone to memory card. It will move your sms's and contacts to memory card...
Do same with camera and make sure you are saving pics and videos on memory card..

Apr 11, 2011 | Nokia E71 Smartphone

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Problem in sending sms in Nokia 6120 Classic:it says "memory full" need simple remedy not resotre factory setting.


Hi,

This is a simple remedy. Check where your sms messages get into either in your memory card or direct into your phone memory. I think where the messages are in your inbox, sent message, outbox, saved messages, in your phone memory or Sim card memory is full and you need to delete some of the sms to stop display message full.

Hope it helps.

Good luck.

Jun 29, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Samsung GT-S3653 SMS Memory Full Problem


just delete messages from your sim card it will get solves your sim memory is full if need more help mail me at aniruddh11@gmail.com

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aniruddh

May 24, 2010 | Cell Phones

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My nokia 6233 phone memory was lost.it have no files but showing full.plzzz help me


This problem is mostly caused by memory corruption or insufficient memory. Check your call logs, sms, bluetooth receive sms or files, outbox, sent items, received files and delete or move if there are some which you suspect the cause of the occupied memory. Reset you phone to full factory (Reset Factory). Then restart and see the problem whether it is gone or not. If not Try backing up your files (contacts, messages) using PC suite to your PC. Remove your memory card, scan the memory card with updated antivirus, or format if necessary. Still you are getting the same error message? Remove your sim card, memory card and reset you phone using the code*#7370#. Sometimes, even updating firmware is effective. To do this, you need to go to the repairing shop. Good luck..

May 06, 2010 | Nokia 6233 Cellular Phone

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Poor manual and when i try transfering music thru bluetooth, it tells me failure, disk full. I have an 8gb flash card in it so should be plenty of memory.


It's because you are transffering the music to the phone's memory, instead of the memory card. Go to Bluetooth, Settings, Storage Location, and choose memory card. Now transfer a file to see where it stores, if it's a music file it should store in MP3, if it's any other file, it should be in a folder called Received.

Sep 29, 2009 | Cell Phones

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SMS memory gets full even below its 500messages capacity


samsung sgh l700 mobile text message capacity is 500 sms but there in my inbox 201 sms and it shown full memory

Aug 14, 2009 | Samsung SGH-L700 Cell Phone

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Memory problem when transffering files through blue tooth, 'memory full' message was shown. but memory card usage inicates there is ample memory


You need to set your SMS inbox to be stored on the memory card.

To do this:
  1. Go to the messages in main menu
  2. Hit options
  3. Choose settings
  4. Choose "others"
  5. Then choose Memory card as storage device
You are getting the message because the images are being sent to the phone memory.

Cheers

Jun 23, 2009 | Nokia N73 Cellular Phone

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Can not send or receive sms.though memory space is free 746Mb


Here "Not Enough Memory" Suggests either the SIM Memory is full or the Phone Memory is full. It has nothing to do with te Memory Card.

As you say there is only one SMS in the INBOX, I suggest you check the SIM Memory. It will be full. Delete some data from SIM memory. It shud work

May 25, 2009 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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Cell phone N70 automatically send sms and mms


Remove memory card. Format the phone by this code *#7370#. Now format memory card using your PC. The problem is gone.

Feb 22, 2009 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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hi,

   see the problem is not with the memory in mem card..the problem is taht ur  phone memory is full as when u dwnlod something it frst get saved in ur phone memory than transffered to memory card..so its better to delete some things from ur phone memory..delete some messages from ur mobile or any unwanted thing saved in ur phone memory.hope it will be helpful

 

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Gizmo1

Oct 15, 2007 | Nokia N-Gage Console

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