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  1. #1
    Hands29
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    Whenever i try to open the radio on my NGage it says application closed with an
    exclamation point. I have the headphones plugged in and everything. Is this a
    memory problem? Any help would br greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance

    --Chris



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  2. #2
    Inept
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    Re: Nokia NGage radio problem..

    This sometimes happens when you cancel during the naming of a preset radio
    station. It could happen other times too. You'll probably need to do a
    hard-reset of your phone.

    Back up your phone memory to an MMC card and type the reset code into the
    phone application (if memory serves, it's *#7370#). The phone will restart
    (will take longer than normal) and it will be reset to factory default
    state. After that, restore the backup you made and enjoy. Don't execute this
    procedure on a low battery or you could permanently screw up the phone.

    > Whenever i try to open the radio on my NGage it says application closed

    with an
    > exclamation point. I have the headphones plugged in and everything. Is

    this a
    > memory problem? Any help would br greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
    >
    > --Chris






  3. #3
    bit head
    Guest

    Re: Nokia NGage radio problem..

    "Hands29" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Whenever i try to open the radio on my NGage it says application closed

    with an
    > exclamation point. I have the headphones plugged in and everything. Is

    this a
    > memory problem? Any help would br greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
    >
    > --Chris

    This can be a symptom of low system memory. Try deleting or moving some
    applications to the MMC. Fexplorer is great for clearing out old files and
    apps you no longer use.





  4. #4
    a_dude
    Guest

    Re: Nokia NGage radio problem..

    no, its a common problem...did you not save a name when you preset a radio
    station?

    i think so...

    anyway when you start it quickly press 5 or another radio station (press any
    numbered key) but only straight after you start it....

    if that fixes the problem....find the radio station with the blank name and
    fill it...

    cheers

    "Hands29" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Whenever i try to open the radio on my NGage it says application closed

    with an
    > exclamation point. I have the headphones plugged in and everything. Is

    this a
    > memory problem? Any help would br greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
    >
    > --Chris






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