I am hoping that some wonderful person reading this will be able to point me in the right direction on my phone. I have a Nokia N80 and previosuly a nokia 7610 and basically had the same problems but never got round to sorting it out.
When i get items sent to me through bluetooth they always go into my inbox and after so much starts rejecting it due to space and lack of memory.
how do i get my phone set up so when i get items sent to me thru bluetooth they will go straight into my memory card. therefore i can get whole albums sent to me without having to save and delete before the next one is sent thru.
I guess this is what come sof buying second hand phones with no manuals.
Unfortunately files can't be transferred directly to the memory card unless you are using the nokia software suite (this can be downloaded from their website) - I remember seeing one 3rd party application that can be installed on the phone to enable transfer of files out of the inbox, though I don't recall if it was for symbian 2nd or 3rd. Can't remember the name either. Damn, only saw it about 2 weeks ago.
well what i was trying to do was basically get my message sent to my memory card as at present it was going to my phone memory and then running out of memory straight away.
finally figured it out, and on the off chance someone else is dim witted as me it can be done by : menu>messaging>options>settings>other>memory in use>memory card.
you still have to save each track to your music player but at least it lets you download the whole album.
sorry if i was confusing people with original question, many thanks for taking time to answer tho ).
yeah, you can change the storage destination of your SMS/MMS etc.... but you only have access to one or t'other at any one time... so if you switch with SMS in the inbox, they wont show when you change storage media.