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"message memory not ready" Nokia 7373

Hi ive had my phone for over a year now and it ran out of battery so i went to charge it and when i turned it on it just says "message memory not ready" then turns off and restarts after 3 minutes. Its really frustrating cause I cant go to my messages, contacts or calender!

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  • mel555 Sep 12, 2008

    i think theres like too much messages in the phone or something. anyways i took it to the retailers and theyre fixing it now but it sucks cause all my messages and contacts are gonna be deleted! I think its time for a new phone lol

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Omg i have the same problem ! i think it's to do with the memory card !

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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