Question about Nokia N80 Cellular Phone
I have deleted practicly all the data files on my Nokia N80, and I am still getting a message " Memory too low to recieve messages" I have deleted all the music files, all photos, videos and images, and several of the applications such as quick office and timezone updater. My phone memory still has 1900MB of free space on it, and my memory card has even more. What am I doing wrong? I am running out of things to delete, HELP!
I don't know if there's a certain part of the memory reserved for messages, but that could be the problem. You've mentioned that you've deleted lots of things, but not mentioned deleting messages. If you've not deleted all of your received messages, give that a go and then switch the phone off. Switch it back on again and hopefully that'll have done something.
Another idea would be to clear the cache in the browser, which can hog up lots of free space after a while.
Hope one of these might help.
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