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    Nokia N90 - Out of memory

    Yesterday my nokia N90 started to display a message "Memory Full.". When I reboot the phone after a 1 or 2 calls the phone displays the message again and restarts. Please help! I have payed about a 900$ for a phone that has gone unusable!!
    Last edited by mad-dex; 2005-09-09 at 18:26.

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    Re: Nokia N90 - Out of memory

    when a make a call it affects the memory durring a call the ram of the device is drained till 0kb and then the devices restarts. Please tell me what is this sh** ... this is happening from 1 day before there was no problem.

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    Re: Nokia N90 - Out of memory

    I figured out that with a reset do defaults the problem remains ...
    I will try to explain in details what is shappening so .. when a call is made the phone starts to allocate memory (ram) and it allocates it until the memory becomes 0 bytes and after that the phone restarts. This occurs only when a call is in progress when there is no active call the memory remains stable but when the next call occures it countinues to drain the memory until the phone reset (

    Please help!
    Last edited by mad-dex; 2005-09-09 at 22:22.

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    Re: Nokia N90 - Out of memory

    Hey why you don't respond to my questions ?! Please help me ....

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