I've got a nokia6230 handset and i'm trying to receive a song through bluetooth but the memory on my phone isn't big enough, I have a memory card that is 512mb, How can i change my settings so anything I receive will go straight onto my memory card. I have moved or deleted everything of my phone memory, there isn't anything else of me to delete. Please can you help? Thank you.
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Solution 1: Set to save the files into SD card rather than into Phone memory. For example, set song folder and picture folder to a location on memory card. Refer to the phone manual for detailed steps.
Solution 2: use a computer and card reader to manually store songs into SD card. Then set the phone to folder into sd card to get the songs. Clear phone memory afterward.
You can receive large files in your phone if you have enough memmory on your memory card.If we receive a file through bluetooth , it will be stored in the message inbox.So if we try to receive a large file,the phone says not enough memory to receive.You can avoid this problem by changing the storage memory for messages.Before receiving large files through bluetooth,go to messaging.Then select options.Select the settings.Then select other.There you can see an option for memory in use.Select it and change the memory in use into memory card and press ok.Then receive the file through bluetooth.After saving the file,you can change the memory in use into phone memory.Thanks.
Hi! When it asks for a passcode enter 0000 as passcode, it will also ask a passcode from the phone from which you are recieving the files and on that phone enter 0000 as passcode and it will let you recieve the files.
just change your prefered storage to memory card...actually your selected memory is phone memory...so thats why every file received from bluetooth save in phone memory..to change your stroage go to messages ------> settings-------> change your storage from phone to memory card....i can send you a detailed procedure if you want
whenever u want 2 transfer songs from someone elses cell 2 yours
temporarily change your message settings by going 2 inbox.then go to
settings,then go to others.then change the setting memory in use to
memory card instad of phone memory.and then start the bluetooth
transfer.after d transfer save the song by usual procedure.now u will b
easily able 2 save the song.after that u can revert to ur normal
setting of using the phone memory instead of memory card by the
procedure i mentioned at start.nothing is wrong with your cell so
The N70 only has 22MB of built-in memory, and all incoming bluetooth files go directly to the onboard memory (inbox) before you can copy or move them to the memory card. Try freeing up some of the system memory by using the "move to memory card" option and then try to get your song again. :)
Regarding the other issue you are having, the oplogo should be located at the location below, and is always displayed. If you want nothing displayed there, you can replace the image with a solid color of the background of your choice by editing in photoshop or similar program.
This is a 97x25 pixel file, and is named according to your Country Code, Network Code, and Subnet code. There may be several files located here, as they change when you 'roam' around, and you can edit any number of them to your liking.
Hope this helps, please let me know if you have any questions!
Music player- Not enough memory to perform operation, delete some data first.