And another thing, will it also work for the error message "Memmory fuul. Please close one or more application." ?
I've been struggling with the same problems for a while now, and finally got a viable solution to this.
1. On your phone, go to: Menu>Office>File Manager>Click on 'Phone Memory'>scroll down to 'logs'>open 'logs' folder>open 'Eng' subfolder>open '0ds'>
2. In this folder you are currently in '0ds', you will see a lot of files with long weird file names. You need to delete ALL thos files, since they are all cookies stored
constantly by your phone. You need to delete these file at least once a day to prevent clogging.
3. To delete all of them (without doing it one by one), select 'options', then select 'mark all' and delete. Presto.
Be patient, as this may take a while especially if you have never done this before. It took my phone 3hours to delete the 12000+ files that were in there.
This really helped me to free 100MB+ space on C: drive memory.
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Thanks for the tip. I found it and I’m deleting 14.0404 files.
It is incredible how is gather so many files.
Thanks for the tip....
Yes, deleting the logs freed up a lot of memory on my phone, I deleted around 20,000 files from that folder which took a few hours.
To anyone else who wishes to do this, I recommend connecting your phone to the PC and doing it from there as you get a time estimate of how long it will take.
I still have around 150MB taken up by 'other files' but this has definitely helped speed up my phone, thanks.
The "memory full error" you get while browsing on the internet is a different situation.
E72's amount of RAM (128MB) simply is not enough for the sites full of images, banners, sliders and other data. When you load a website with a 3-4MB's homepage its RAM gets full immediately (because there are some other applications and services for the phone to act like a smart(!) phone) and browser cannot continue and crashes. You have nothing to do with this kind of problem other than visiting the mobile version of the site you are visiting, if any, closing any other applications (which you have probably done before).
2012-08-12 21:30 - edited 2012-08-12 21:33
@EMREDEMIRCI, MANY thanks for that solution.
It's ridiculous that Nokia have created a problem (probably by acccident but they're still responsible for the phone's software) where customers should have to be getting into this kind of file management: it's like asking a car driver to do a 'quick re-map' of their car's engine mgmt system.
I still like my E72 but I feel Nokia have really lost it on the software front, this being a good example. Another is the Nokia PC Suite: it is incredibly clunky, slow, inefficient and failure prone. It makes something like Picassa (completely different application I know) seem like something out of Star Wars Next Generation.
I have tried the suggestion to delet the Ods contet, but this still does not help.
I want to add Anniversaries but still get the Memory Full error message. I have deleted some data already but still does not help.
Any further suggestions??
Upon E72 just start keying in *#7370# followed by 12345 (default Nokia lock code unless altered by user).
If referring to E72 although all user data would be deleted you can also use a three key depressed power on hard reset by:-
Keeping these three buttons depressed:
and power on until Nokia "Shaking hands" logo appears!
Symbian specialist until 31/01/2013 with interests in Maemo & MeeGo but an aversion to Windows!