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Recovering files i have nokia 6233, i had some applications and an old song on my phone memory, but my 9 year old cousin deleted it while playing with phone, how can i recover it back, plz help because i don't have copy of the song

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Hi! if take backup of your phone in system,you can recover the files! otherwise you can unable to get the files.
it must be deleted.
thanking you!

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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I'm having this problem in my nokia e5 : My memory


If the phone notifies you if the phone memory is getting low. To free phone memory you have the following options:
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  • Remove data you no longer need.
Use File Manager or the respective application in your phone to remove data or to move data to alternative memory as described in the user guide. Typically you first mark files to be removed or moved and then you select the corresponding option (Delete orMove to folder).

Use Nokia Ovi Suite to move data to a compatible computer.
In order to free phone memory, you could remove or move the following:
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  • Retrieved e-mail messages from the phone memory
  • Saved Web pages. Clear the web browser cache to free some phone memory (e.g. select Options > Clear privacy data >Cache).
  • Saved images, videos, or sound files (in Gallery, Photos,Videos or Music player)
  • Contact information (in Contacts)
  • Calendar notes (in Calendar)
  • Downloaded application packages
  • If there are applications which are not needed any more, uninstall them with Application Manager
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If you are deleting multiple items and any of the following notes are shown: Not enough memory to perform operation. Delete some data first or Memory low. Delete some data, try deleting items one by one (starting from the smallest item). After deleting data, restart (power off/on) your phone.
Tips: Use the memory card or mass memory instead of phone memory in the Camera or other applicable applications in case the selection is available (e.g. via Options > Settings >Memory in use).

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Like computer, your phone need space to run applications /programs ( chaching). It seems you phone need more free spaces ( if there is no virus, on the phone). To get more free spaces, you need to move some programs/ applications/ files from phone memory to card ( if any). Otherwise you need to delete some files on phone memory.

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In applications you will have office, in office you will have file manager. In file manager select Phone memory and search for the song and delete it.

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I think you'll have to reload your songs the hard way.

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