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MY PROBLEM IS MY 7210 SUPERNOVA WHEN I OPEN MY GALLERY IT ALWAYS SAY NOT ENOUGH MEMORY EVEN IF THE PHONE IS NOT FULL

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Try again it by formatting ur phone

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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The music player of my Nokia 7210 Supernova isn't working because when I try to open it, it always say that "Not Enough Memory" even though I have so much of free space in memory card


Not Enough Memory error suggests that you dont have enough space to load the program into the Memory. Check Phone's Memory (It is about 30 MB total) if there is stuff in Phone's Memory then shift it over to Memory Card and cleanup the space in Phone's Memory.
It will definitely resolve this issue.
If even after wiping stuff from Phone's Memory doesn't work, reset the phone.

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Your phone memory might be full. Clear/Move files from your phone memory. Sometimes, your phone might be infected by viruses that eats up memory. Perform a virus cleanup. OR you can master reset your phone an and make sure memory card is clean from viruses too.

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Hi to solve this problem you have to format your phone as well as memory card also

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