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# 42564 7-Oct-2009 08:11
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I am having problem moving data from my phone memory, it keep saying memory full, delete or move data from c:phone memory. Can anyone be of help? Thanks.

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  # 262859 9-Oct-2009 17:59
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What exactly are you trying to move and what are you trying to achieve?

How are you trying to do this? On the phone or plugged into a PC?
Using mass storage or PC Suite mode?




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  # 262897 9-Oct-2009 21:25
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To be honest, I dont know what to move, because the phone just kept displaying a message that "not enough memory, move or delete some data from c: phone memory". I dont know how to go about it.

 
 
 
 


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  # 262920 9-Oct-2009 22:31
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I had a very slow performing N97 before. I decided to do my first master reset and now I have heaps of memory on the C: drive. I don't believe I intentionally installed or had any files on the C: drive before. So do a master reset and you will have around 50mb of C: drive free.



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  # 262956 10-Oct-2009 05:18
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Thanks a lot Heavenly_wide. How can I do a Master Reset?

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  # 262981 10-Oct-2009 09:43
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You could try these steps before doing a master reset:

Clear the browser cache. Web > Options > Clear Privacy Data
Change the Call Log from 30 Days to 10. Applications > Log > Options
Change the message memory from handset to Mass Storage. Messages > Options > Settings > Other > Memory in Use. ( I have found that this does slow the reading and sending of messages at times though)
Uninstall the preinstalled apps you don't use.

Just doing this I've found has made a large improvement in my memory capacity.

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