Question about Nokia 2600 Classic Cell Phone
First you can do is delete all unneeded messages on your sent items folder, this also can be done on your messages in inbox and outbox. ou can also delete some music files or received files, or some photos, you can transfer them to a PC or another phone. After that restart the phone and see if that helps.
If it does not, try restoring to factory setting by typing *#7370# at standby screen or going to settings menu and select restore factory settings. It will ask for a security code which is 12345 by default, unless you have changed the security code.
If none of this steps did not work, a re-program or re-flash of the phone's firmware is the last solution, aside from hardware fault. So, a visit to a Nokia Care center would be advisable.
Hope this helps, thank you for using Cell Phone
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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