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    Exclamation XpressMusic 5800 Memory card issue

    I have a 5800 XM bought some days ago in Hyd, IN.
    As soon I got the phone I upgraded the firmware to 30.0.0.11 from some 20.xxxx odd default version
    The phone was loaded with a mSD 8GB memory card by default.
    I remember to have loaded some 20 hours of music (some 1.2GB) in the phone through Nokia music by wired connection.
    other downloads included the Nokia maps of India, Some games provided by nokia India such as touch piano...and nokia HK such as brain evolution.
    They were installed by their respective softwares.
    But in the mean time I saw (after some 4-5 days) that all the data was vanished but Phone indicated it has only 5.6GB left... I tried by connecting the phone in mass storage mode and retrieve the data but they were corrupted... The music library responded System Error: File Corrupted.
    So I formatted the memory card from the phone itself.
    But again the same problem arised after a week...
    Is this a known bug or abnormal?
    BTW There is no virus in this mess. My PC is up to date with AVG 9.0
    Last edited by raunakr; 2009-11-14 at 16:48. Reason: tweaqs

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    Re: XpressMusic 5800 Memory card issue

    Welcome to the Forum Nokia Developer discussion board, as this DiBo concentrates on development related issues, you might find more end-user problems related Dibo better suited for your query. Here's link for one: http://discussions.europe.nokia.com/

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    Re: XpressMusic 5800 Memory card issue

    Quote Originally Posted by austin007 View Post
    HI !....

    The same problem occured with my phone,,,,,
    probably it is a virus attack on your phone.....

    so please try to avoid non technical data... and try to install anti-virus for your mobile phone..
    You are not making too much sense today, I'm 99.9 % sure it is not a virus, there is no Virusses that could survive formatting the device..

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