The memory card goes next to the battery. if you take the battery cover off and take off the battery then you will see a little slot located at the center of the phone on the back. you can only put the memory card in if the battery is off.
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Smart phone apps use your phones internal memory even id it is saved to your SD card. You can try cleaning out your phone of old pics messages and unused apps for starters. There is also the option of rooting your phone to remove pre installed bloatware apps you don't use. this is very complicated but can be done search for ow to root your specific phone and there should be sites and info on it.
Hello !Do you think that after you format the memory card the virus will gone ? No, I don't think so because if the virus is infected to your phone this will not help.OK anyway Open the Memory Card folder (not from the file manager) I don't know the exact place but try to open from (tools>> utilities) Option and there you'll see "Format memory Card".That's all you need to do.Good luck thanks for visiting fixya
No cards don`t have to be activated. You phone is probably an older model and can only reconized memory card lower than 2 gb (check your phone manual) or if the phone is a new version, then probably the card slot within the phone is not working. I would sugest you go back to verison and have them check your phone card slot.
Firstly, ensure that the memory card is correctly slotted in fully until you hear a faint click. [the card can be removed by simply pressing/clicking it back out again]. the memory card icon should appear at the very top of the phone's screen.
In the event that you have done that, to save files to the memory card, go to:
Then select which items you wish to be saved to the memory card in future;
For example, select 'Camera', then scroll down to and select 'memory card', and press save.
Do this for each form of media, from the 'default memory' list, that you wish to save to the memory card.
The e-mail solution posted by Nokia below to unlock the media
licence keys after firmware update worked and is thus (Note all your
phone music will be wiped so will need to upload again from your PC):
1. Connect your phone to Nokia PC Suite in "PC Suite" mode. Launch PC Suite. 2. Use PC Suite Content Copier to back up the contents of the memory card onto the PC. 3. Disconnect the phone and format the memory card:
Menu > Gallery > (the memory card folder) > Options > Format memory card > Yes.
4. Re-connect your phone to PC Suite and restore the backed up data to the memory card.
Well as far as I know you have to connect the memory card into the adapter and connect the adapter to a card reader(a kind of a box like thing which only that can read the memory cards). This card reader you have to connect to the computer and just copy and paste the song and then reconnect
Any probs just let me know!?