Results 1 to 3 of 3
  1. #1
    Jimmy
    Guest
    Battery accidentally detached (happened a lot before and no trouble)
    only this time when restarted, it has forgotten everything (profiles,
    ringtones, calender notes, voicetags, time & date). Not a problem. The
    trouble is most of phonebook entries are gone (the ones on the phone's
    memory, sim contacts ok). Phone correctly reports 26% in use (128
    names) but can only display a handful. Trying to access NAMES - CALLER
    GROUPS does nothing & simply exits to main menu. Tried switching back &
    forth between sim & phone memory, no good. Trying to grab contacts
    using PC Suite or "gammu" halts mid way & gives an error. My guess is
    that the memory "filesystem" has been corrupted.

    I have lots of very important contacts there. Is there anyway I can
    recover my phonebook? Is it possible to download an image of the
    memory (at least the phonebook part)?

    I'm desperate! Any help deeply appreciated. Thanks in advance.




    See More: Weird 6310 Problem




  2. #2
    Ivor Jones
    Guest

    Re: Weird 6310 Problem



    "Jimmy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Battery accidentally detached (happened a lot before and
    > no trouble) only this time when restarted, it has
    > forgotten everything (profiles, ringtones, calender
    > notes, voicetags, time & date). Not a problem. The
    > trouble is most of phonebook entries are gone (the ones
    > on the phone's memory, sim contacts ok). Phone correctly
    > reports 26% in use (128 names) but can only display a
    > handful. Trying to access NAMES - CALLER GROUPS does
    > nothing & simply exits to main menu. Tried switching back
    > & forth between sim & phone memory, no good. Trying to
    > grab contacts using PC Suite or "gammu" halts mid way &
    > gives an error. My guess is that the memory "filesystem"
    > has been corrupted.
    >
    > I have lots of very important contacts there. Is there
    > anyway I can recover my phonebook? Is it possible to
    > download an image of the memory (at least the phonebook
    > part)?
    >
    > I'm desperate! Any help deeply appreciated. Thanks in
    > advance.


    It could be that the backup battery on the main board has failed and
    somehow corrupted the phone's memory. Can you use it to make/receive calls
    ok..?

    Only thing I can suggest is take it to a Nokia Service Centre, but I doubt
    any phonebook entries can be retrieved. I could be wrong though.

    Ivor





  3. #3
    Oxygen Software
    Guest

    Re: Weird 6310 Problem


    Hello!

    You can try Oxygen Phone Manager II ( http://www.opm-2.com/opm2/ ). Just
    connect this phone using original DLR-3/DLR-3p cable or thirdparty F-Bus
    cable, set correct connection type in 'Tools' -> 'Options' -> 'Connection
    and common' in our software and press 'Ok' to confirm connection settings.
    Right after our software picks the phone up, you can read its phonebook,
    calendar, to-do list and SMS data, you can even read your phone's logos,
    voice records and ringtones and save them locally on your PC. Outlook export
    function is available even in free trial version of our software. You can
    download the most latest trial here:
    http://oxygensoftware.com/en/downloa...p?ProductID=58

    If you like our software and wish to get more features, you can always
    register the copy on our official order page:
    http://www.oxygensoftware.com/en/order/

    If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
    Oxygen Software - tools for your mobile phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your mobile phone.


    "Jimmy" <[email protected]> :
    news:[email protected]
    > Battery accidentally detached (happened a lot before and no trouble)
    > only this time when restarted, it has forgotten everything (profiles,
    > ringtones, calender notes, voicetags, time & date). Not a problem. The
    > trouble is most of phonebook entries are gone (the ones on the phone's
    > memory, sim contacts ok). Phone correctly reports 26% in use (128
    > names) but can only display a handful. Trying to access NAMES - CALLER
    > GROUPS does nothing & simply exits to main menu. Tried switching back &
    > forth between sim & phone memory, no good. Trying to grab contacts
    > using PC Suite or "gammu" halts mid way & gives an error. My guess is
    > that the memory "filesystem" has been corrupted.
    >
    > I have lots of very important contacts there. Is there anyway I can
    > recover my phonebook? Is it possible to download an image of the
    > memory (at least the phonebook part)?
    >
    > I'm desperate! Any help deeply appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    >






  • Similar Threads