grrr-what's happening with my cellphone?

Philippines
August 27, 2008 10:42pm CST
My phone, a Nokia N73, is not working at all. Everytime I press any key, it just says,"not enough memory to perform an operation,delete some data first." and I have deleted all the data except for the contacts. I deleted all the pictures, videos,games, everything! and it's still the same. The service center just told me===ma'am, thats the common problem with the N series.=thats it?! nothing to be done at all? I want to throw it hard against the wall. Grrrr!
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3 responses
• Egypt
11 Sep 08
this is due to a low ram memory in nokia n73 i have this problem too and it really annoykng me you can uninstall some uneseful applications and reformat it to factory settings sothat you can free up some memory on drive D
• Philippines
11 Sep 08
For a while, the phone really didnt work even it was reformatted already. I had to use old phones at home. I thought the old ones were far more better. Now the N73's working again but no more downloads.no no no
@jpap2003 (115)
• Greece
10 Sep 08
N73 is a phone with Symbian OS. Make sure you close it at least 10 minutes every 3-4 days. The operating system is good, but when having lots of programs and games, it becomes unstable. My E50 was rejecting the microSD card after it was open for more than 4 days strait. So a simple power-off for 10 minutes, made it work ok.
• Philippines
11 Sep 08
Oh, thank you very much for the info. I lost everything in the hone now. I had to delete al thinking it would help,but it didnt actually.
@rsa101 (22708)
• Philippines
28 Aug 08
It must be also that your unit maybe affected by a virus. Try having it like reformatted by a technician and loaded with a new one. I think a service center for Nokia could do it best for you.
• Philippines
28 Aug 08
yah-they told me that...I only go to nokia service centers, I lost all the programs because of reformatting ek ek...tnx, this is really frustrating.