I took my mem. card off my phone and put it in my memomry card reader to put some mp3..(i lost my chord that's why) but then the card reader can't read my mem. card..so i stop and put it back on my phone..but then the phone says "memory card not formatted".. i tried to reformat but it keeps on saying "memory card not formatted".. hope you could help me..
I took my mem. card off my phone and put it in my memomry card reader
to put some mp3..(i lost my chord that's why) but then the card reader
can't read my mem. card..so i stop and put it back on my phone..but
then the phone says "memory card not formatted".. i tried to reformat
but it keeps on saying "memory card not formatted".. hope you could
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Yes , your memory card has some files which are corrupt and must be removed off. So take the card out and if your PC is well protected , put it into the card reader and scan, remove all files and format the card, then reinstall the files which are good ones.
This must be put back to the phone and the phone having a reset with the battery taken out must be switched on.
I had the same problem on a Verizon LG-NV or is it envy? Anyway, it was exactly as you said, here's what to do. The Mem. Card Needs To Be Formatted BY THE PHONE, then it will be set up in such a manner to read your MP3's. On your phone: GO TO Settings 6 3 6 and your done. Now you can take the MEM. card out of the Phone and put it in you computer.(to load mp3's) When you do, open up the card and you'll see a music folder, put MP3's there!! Then put MEM card back into phone and ENJOY!!!
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Possible Causes and Solutions
Cause 1 - Phone Memory Full - Nokia 3110c mobile phone has
got 9MB of internal memory. Solution - Keep the free space between 350 to 500 KB, so as
to keep things running smoothly on your phone and prevent Nokia 3110c from
restarting. Cause 2 - Changing Themes - Some people have reported that
the phone restarts automatically when they try changing display themes on the
phone. Solution - Don’t get your phone loaded with too many themes
downloaded from the internet or atleast, don’t switch themes frequently. These
themes, mind you, also load up things into your already falling Nokia 3110c
phone memory. Cause 3 - Memory Cards - Some people have reported that
Nokia 3110c restarts due to some issues with the memory card. Solution - Remove the card, get it formatted and then
insert it back and then restore factory settings. This just might solve the
issue. Cause 4 - Transferring data via Blueooth / USB data cable
(or) Updating Music Library - A few people have reported that their Nokia 3110c
mobile phone restarts when updating the music library. Solution - Don’t try updating of music library frequently
or don’t often transfer data in/out of your Nokia 3110c phone. Cause 5 - MP3 files Solution - This may seem dumb, but consider converting all
your MP3 music files to WMA and then store them on the memory card. Some users
ok connect the card reader & put memory & try going in safe mode ... i hope you know how to go to safe mode ... (it is pressing f8 key before the OS boots)..
if still problem persists then Use FAT format to reformat.... when you put it into a MMC Card reader. if it reads in your phone then try deleting everything in that ... & also try to check the errors in that drive when connected to pc after this try formatting ........