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solution 1:

put the memory card in your mobile and connect it to the pc and take a backup of the data and then format the memory card .
or use java application to recover the password

solution 2
For S60 1st and 2nd Phones
What should we do if we forget the password? For S60 1st and some of 2nd phones, such as Nokia 3650, Nokia 6600 and Nokia N-Gage, the password is stored in a plain text file.
  • Firstly, you need to install FExplorer, a free file manager that allows us to browser through S60 file system.
  • Next, launch FExplorer and then browser to c:\system folder. There is a file, called mmcstore.
  • Rename the file to mmcstore.txt and then open it. Your password must be several characters at the end of the file.
For S60 3rd Phones, Nokia N-Series and Nokia E-Series
Unfortunately, there is no way to recover the password in the latest S60 phones. The only way that I know so far is by reformatting the memory card. It can be done from Memory Card application by selecting Options | Format memory card menu. Of course, you will lose all your data in the memory card… icon_sad.gif
If any of you have experience unlocking password of memory card in latest S60 phones, feel free to share it here.
Compatible devices: S60 1st, 2nd, 3rd Edition, Nokia Nseries, Nokia Eseries.
Update (27-Mar-07): I have written another posting about password-protected memory card on Another Tip for Password-protected Memory Card. This mostly applies to Nokia Eseries.

you have to download the fexplorer -java application using your mobile .

Apple iPhone 3G | Answered Yesterday

How to deactivate old iPhone Here we will introduce you four ways of how to deactivate old iPhone and make your personal information keep secured.
Use iOS to reset iPhone
1. Tap on "Settings" from home screen on your iPhone and enter "General". Scroll down to the bottom of the device's screen.
2. Tap on "Reset" and there are several options displaying on the screen.
3. Select the option "Erase All Content and Settings". Then, a prompt will ask you to enter your iPhone's Apple ID along with passcode. All the data, the information, as well as the settings on your iPhone, will be removed by this operation, which includes the feature "Find My iPhone Activation Lock" on iOS 7. Restart your device after the erasing, the prompt "Slide to Set Up" will be displayed on the screen.

Use iTunes to restore iPhone
1. Tap on "Settings" on your device and enter "iCloud". If the feature "Find My iPhone" has been enabled on your iPhone, switch it off by toggling the button to the disabling position. Then enter Apple ID and passcode of your iPhone and tap on "Turn Off".
2. Run iTunes on computer and associate your iPhone with the computer via USB cable. Select your device in iTunes window.
3. Click on "Restore iPhone" from the Summary. Then choose the option "Restore" and confirm you would like to get your iPhone's factory settings reinstated. Your iPhone will restart after the erasing, the prompt "Slide to Set Up" will be displayed on the screen.

Use iCloud to wipe iPhone in a remote way
1. Get access to on your computer web browser. Enter the Apple ID that you use for the service of iCloud on your iPhone. Then Tap "Find My iPhone".
2. Choose your iPhone in the drop-down menu "All Devices" in order to show the information screen of iPhone.
3. Tap "Erase iPhone" from the information screen and enter your Apple ID and passcode in the prompt. If your iPhone is running base on iOS 7 system or later, a phone number and a message must be entered to show up on the device's screen when your iPhone is erased. Wiping in a remote way will be done at once on the iPhone which is online, or the iPhone will effectively become deactivation when it pops up online. Check the email to confirm the erasure on the email address with your Apple ID.

Get rid of the SIM Card
1. Get the SIM tool with pointed end inserted into the hole beside the tray of SIM card, then eject the tray by pushing it.
2. Pull out the SIM card tray and get rid of the SIM Card.
3. Push the tray back to iPhone till a clicking noise can be heard.

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Apple iPhone 4S | Answered on May 21, 2019

If you lose the contacts on your iPhone 5s, you can use a data recovery software to help you recover the lost files like contatcs, it is very useful.
And you need to launch the software on computer, then through the USB cable to link the phone with computer.
In the end, you can mark the deleted ones to recover on your iPhone easily.
How to Recover Deleted Contacts from iPhone 8 7 6S 6 5S 5


Apple iPhone 5S | Answered on May 16, 2019

If you want to recover photos from your Android phone, you can use other Android data recovery. Usually, if you Android phone can be detected by pc, android data recovery can recognize it easily. Android Photos Recovery How to Retrieve Deleted Photos from Android Phone

Apple iPhone 3G | Answered on May 15, 2019

You can remove third-party apps by:
  1. Holding down your finger on an app until they all start to "jiggle".
  2. Press the small "x" in the upper left corner.
  3. Pressing "Delete" on the dialog that warns that you will also delete all data associated with the app.
  4. Press the "home" button (round physical button below your screen with the "box" on it) to stop all the jiggling.
You cannot remove built-in apps such as Messages, FaceTime, AppStore, etc.

Apple iPhone 5 | Answered on May 15, 2019

Though iPhone uses quite a different storage mechanism, still you can recover deleted or lost data (such as text messages, voice mail, contacts, photos etc) with a third party specific iPhone data recovery software called Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery. I used it to recover deleted videos from iPhone 4s and it worked.
You can give it a shot! Download it from
Here is a tutorial to guide you recover your voice mails:
How to Recover Deleted Files from iPhone
Good luck!

Apple iPhone 3G | Answered on May 15, 2019

I left my phone charging for a few hours and it appeared not to be charging as the battery icon was staying at 10% of charge. I was confused because it had the charging icon in the upper right hand corner. If your phone is doing something similar i simply powered the phone down and turned it back on. The charge went from 10% to 100% on the display. This is what worked for me hope this helps.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on May 14, 2019

try holding down just the sleep/wake button till screen goes black, then hold down the home screen button and plug into iTunes and wait for iTunes to say:

iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode......
then let off the button set phone down and hit ok in iTunes then restore to factory..

Apple iPhone 3G... | Answered on May 14, 2019

Yes it is. Apple decided to replace one of its most useful applications, Google Maps with its own version, Apple Maps. Compared to Google Maps, Apple maps display much less information like certain street names, street directions, and subway stops. Moreover, Apple Maps does not have the street view feature that Google Maps has. It should be noted that Apple Maps is a brand new application and will certainly change for the better in time.

Apple iPhone 5 | Answered on May 13, 2019

Go to support or visit your nearest Apple shop

Apple iPhone... | Answered on May 13, 2019

the same exact thing happen to me......then I purchased a new connector (I used the old usb so much with the ipod)...and bingo itunes recognized the iphone......

Apple iPhone 3G | Answered on May 10, 2019

You need to install itunes on your laptop so your iphone can sync with itunes and your computer.. this is used to tranfer music to your iphone, transfer photo's and video etc and also to check for new firmware versions/back up your phone.

You can however take photo's from your iphone without itunes if you connect your phone via usb and choose open folder to view files when the dialog pops up after you plug it in.. this has very limited use however you really need to install itunes. Itunes is a free download

Apple iPhone... | Answered on May 10, 2019

The first thing you try should be change the USB port to which you connect the iPhone. Next up, change the cable that you use. Arguably, this has worked not for everyone but for a few people.
As an extreme measure, you can also try updating from some other computer which has the latest iTunes installed.
Backing Up and Going Into Recovery Mode
If you are trying to update the firmware without doing a clean restore but running into this error (even after changing the cables), it's time to cut the chase. This method is usually recommended as the last-thing-to-try but I think it's easier to get this done with right away.
  • Connect your iPhone to the computer. Fire up iTunes.
  • Backup your iPhone.
  • Now disconnect the iPhone, quit iTunes.
  • Put the iPhone in recovery mode. The short version goes like this: press and hold power and home buttons till the screen goes blank.
  • Open iTunes on PC.
  • Connect the iPhone. iTunes should indicate (through a dialog box) that an iPhone is detected in recovery mode.
  • Now go ahead and restore the device as new. This will erase everything but you will have the backup to restore from.
Some Notes
  • Occasionally, the error seems to vanish when people update to the last iOS 6.x version and then update to iOS 7. (This applies when you are on iOS 6.0, 6.1).
  • Clear out apps and app memory to free up space on your iPhone. Although this sounds very unrelated to this error, it has helped.

Apple iPhone 5c | Answered on May 08, 2019

If your iphone screen damaged, don't open by yourself, please visit at you may find nearest mobile store at your location.

Apple iPhone 3G | Answered on May 08, 2019

No way to bypass, if you don't have the password of the Apple ID partially displayed on the lock screen. You even can't put it in factory reset, without that code.
Sorry, but it is the best lock protection available now.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on May 07, 2019

When users lose their voice memos in their iPhone 6, they can have a look at their iTunes first, maybe they have synced the voice memos to iTunes, and the voice memos can be found in iTunes folder. If not, you may need to restore your iPhone with iTunes to recover deleted voice memos from iPhone 6. If you have updated your iPhone backup in iTunes, you will save the voice memos in iTunes backup as well, so you are able to get the lost voice memos back with iTunes.

When the restoring process is done, you will get the backup contents in your iPhone 6. The voice memos should have been restored to your iPhone 6 as well. However, as is known, there is chance that the iPhone 6 users will lose the newly added data in their device if they haven't updated their backup. At this moment, people will need a piece of iPhone data recovery software to recover deleted voice memos from iPhone 6 backup.

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Apple iPhone... | Answered on May 05, 2019

Redownload the app and sign in .

Apple iPhone... | Answered on May 02, 2019

Hello , I allso forgot my iphone passcode and i unlocked it using and the good part is that now i can use my iphone on any network worldwide , i use tmobile in usa now.

Apple iPhone (16... | Answered on Apr 30, 2019

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