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Topic # 10239 11-Nov-2006 17:46
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hey all, I recently bought a Nokia 6235. I was playing around today and putting some songs (MP3's) onto it to use as ringtones, from my computer using infrared. But, the phone battery went flat just before the transfer was complete, and the file didnt make it onto the phone (obviously). But, when I go to the gallery of the phone, it says that 3.2meg of space is being used up by the music folder, even though that the music folder (which is where I was putting the MP3) is empty. I guessing this has something to do with the corrupt file, and the phone thinking it is there when it isnt, or something like that. Does anyone know how I can fix this, maybe do a complete phone reset or something. I did a factory settings reset, to no avail. So any other ideas? thanks

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  Reply # 52009 11-Nov-2006 19:33
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Have you tried to delete the Folder??



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  Reply # 52012 11-Nov-2006 20:15
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satellitesam: Have you tried to delete the Folder??


yes I have, but it keeps coming up with an error saying the folder is read only (and the delete option is greyed out)...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 52035 12-Nov-2006 08:26
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sounds to me like it needs to be re flashed, You will need to take ie back to the shop and get them to sent it away unless you find a shop who has someone old school who can do it there and then

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  Reply # 52062 12-Nov-2006 11:02
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the telecom stores generally dont reflash phones in house, they send to telegistics.




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  Reply # 52093 12-Nov-2006 16:38
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ill see if I can find my receipt and take it back to telecom. No one knows the master reset code though?

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