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Topic # 57322 9-Feb-2010 19:40
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I'm starting to think its something I'm doing.
But I dunno what.

This also happened with my Samsung Envy.
But its now happening again with my Telecom R100.

I cannot, take pictures/videos/recordings (etc).
I cant put any songs on my phone at all.

And before those two even became a problem, I could send things to other people via bluetooth. but it wouldnt work the other way around.

And its annoying me.

I just thort I'd ask you guys before I go off to the telecom shop.



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  Reply # 297500 9-Feb-2010 20:57
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Open the menu, select the icon in the top-left corner, then push the right softkey labeled 'info' - make sure you have some free space available.

Problems like the ones that you're describing occur when there is no memory left.




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  Reply # 297580 10-Feb-2010 07:37
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Re bluetooth on your Samsung Envy, it works slighlty differently, you first need to pair the two devices, and then from the Samsungs Menu you can explore the foreign handset, and select the file(s) you want and they will transfer to your Samsung Envy.

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