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Nokia memory problem.

My phone always gives message telling that my memory is low and i should free some data.
the memory card was 50% free.
what should i do.
please3 help me.
is this virus or what.
thanks.

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Your memory which is set for camera and messafing is set to phone memory you should change the memory on use from phone memory to memory card you should do this by opening the settings of camera or messaging.

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Format your memory! virus in your memory card!

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Write your phonebok to the paper & other important information, Then try to delete it all jus to free your memory (empty) or REFORMAT, then you may return to download, or delete only the unnecessary videos, image, mesgs. & unused program that you download, Then download skype & other important program to your cellular, Note: always check your memory content, Always have an free allowance to download in your memory at least 50 to 25 percent free.

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My phone shows memory low, delete some data, my phone memory is full with 44mb & free space is170kb, cant receive any messages also


In ur Phone memory only 170 kb is free . so, delete some data in phone memory or change datas to the memory card. Then u can receive messages

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I have nokia n73. there is a problem in its use. whenever i use it , it gives the message of memory full and asks me to delete some data. please tell me some solution.


The phone's internal memory and memory card may be running out of space. Try to delete unnecessary files and free some memory space. Go to Menu>Tools>File Manager. Select the folder or file you want to delete and scroll left or right to switch from the phone's internal memory to the memory card.

Format the memory card and the phone's internal memory if the problem is not resolved above. But it will erase all saved data on both memory.

Memory Card Formatting Procedure
  1. Go to MENU > TOOLS > MEMORY.
  2. On the memory card menu press OPTIONS.
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Phone Memory Formatting Procedure
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Try this!
First to view what types of data you have in the device and how much memory the different data types consume, select Options > Memory details > Phone memory. Scroll down
to Free memory to view the amount of free memory in the device.

If Memory is low—free memory
The device notifies you if the device memory or memory card memory is getting low.
To free device memory, transfer data to a compatible memory card in the file manager. Mark files to be moved, select Options > Move to folder > Memory card, and a folder.
**Tip! To free memory from the device or from a
memory card, use Image Store available in Nokia PC Suite to transfer images and video clips to a compatible PC. See the CD-ROM supplied with your device.

*To remove data to free memory, use File mgr., or go to the respective application. For example, you can remove the following:
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• Retrieved e-mail messages from the device memory
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• Saved images, videos, or sound files
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There are a couple of options with your phone.
But it sounds like it's possibly having some issues with the software.
I would make sure your software is updated to the newest version
Then I believe your phone has 20MB built in and comes with a 128MB card.
You can upgrade your memory card to something bigger like 1 GB.
Just make sure you get the right card RS-DV-MMC
with those 2 things you will have a much better experience with your phone.


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How can I formate n72 Phone memory . Please reply me


Lack of memory in cellular phones is usually due to installation of too many third party applications and or too many programs running at the same time. Try to free up memory by closing applications that you are not using and ensure that your emails and attachments are being save to your memory card and not your phones storage space. Also be sure to clean out your mobile browsers memory from time to time. install all your programs, music and themes to your memory card. this will surely free up your phones memory and prevent the "low memory" message.


To free device memory, transfer data to a memory card in the file manager. Mark files to be moved, select Move to: folder > Memory card, and a folder.

To free memory from the device or from the memory card, use Image Store available in Nokia PC
Suite to transfer images and video clips to a compatible PC. See the CD-ROM supplied with your device.

To remove data to free memory, use File mgr., or go to the respective application. For example, you can remove the following:

• Messages from Inbox, Drafts, and Sent folders in Messaging

Press, and select Tools > Memory.

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You need to change default storage device on your phone, from phone memry to card memory. In other words, move all data (messages, songs, videos etc) from your phone memory to card memory.
for example, go to messages>options>other>momory in use - change it to memory card instead of phone. (if your memory card is not named, it will be displayed as NO NAME).
Do the same with other data also.

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How to deleat some data


Change the memory to memory card , it should solve the problem or connect it to the PC and delete the data from the phone memory.
Always use memory card for Messages, contacts and multimedia content, if you do not change the memory cards often.

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hi, do you have an extra mem card in the phone if you have then move some data to this as the phone dont use the memory on card unless you put stuff their yourself, so the phone will say mem full even if memory card is empty so try this first.
1. delete any messages in inbox/outbox/sent messages as these will take up mem
2. delete any old phone numbers/pictures/screen savers that you dont use.
3. the best way to free up loads of memory is by deleting all of the free ringtones you got with the phone most of the free ones you will never use so i deleted all of these and just kept the ringtones i used most people never use the free ones you get when buying the phone so doing this will free up loads of room. Also delete any ringtones you have put on their that you never use as the music ringtones can use loads of mem alot more than the standard tones.
4. every time you send a message your phone stores them in sent messages so delete all of these.
Once you have done all of this you will find you have loads of free memory.
The best thing to do if you have a memory card in your phone is move all the music/music ringtones that you want to keep onto the card doing this means you can still use the ringtones and free up loads of the phones memory.
The phone dont take the mem card into acount when its telling you mem full ok so put as much on mem card as you can ok.
Let me know how you get on and also if you need further assistance ok

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