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Re: Messages Full still on...
Well a Master Clear would Fix this Problem. Or, I guess if you have tried that you could get RSD lite and reflash the original firmware again but I don't think you need to go that far. If you do email me at [email protected] and I'll give you everything you need to know
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Answering systems are limited in size, typically to about 12 minutes of recording time. When full, no more messages can be taken: you will have to delete some (or all) old messages to clear room for new ones. Follow the instructions for your phone to delete messages, if you need the manual try www.manualslib.com and enter the model number of your phone (usually on a small sticker under the base or in the handset under the battery). Good luck!
You should first delete files in your phone gallery manually before you go to your inbox. Delete pictures,videos or something that you don't need in your phone memory. Restart your phone to refresh the system.
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but u will get it repaired Free of Charge as Fuji has taken notice as all manufac and i got my S5000 repaired Free from Fuji just call them tell them about BAD CCD it is a known manufac fault in thousands of cameras just call them quick www.fujifilm.com
I don't know if this will help, but try it. Install new batteries. You may have enough power to view the images, but not have enough power to operate everything. There are also microcomputers in the camera. You can also try removing batteries, WAIT 1 FULL MINUTE, then reinstall (making sure the polarity is correct). Hopefully either of these simple solutions help.