remove n95-2 internal memory

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August 30, 2010 at 16:21:54
Specs: symbian s60 3rd, omap 334mhz/128mb
Can i somehow take out the internal memory?is it maybe in a form of a memory card? Because my lcd screen is broken. :s

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August 30, 2010 at 20:01:53
Apparently Nokia N95 is a Smart Phone

Generally, ram is one of the least likely things to go bad.
No video is almost always caused by something else.

Did you drop this cell phone ?

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August 31, 2010 at 05:53:59
I thought PDA-s were only WinMo cell phones...

The screen is physically broke, and in my country the repair would be very expensive...

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August 31, 2010 at 07:54:50
Physically broken LCD displays are common - for cell phones, laptops, digital cameras, etc., if the device was dropped or otherwise exposed to physical abuse. Changing the ram , if you could even find replacement ram for a cell phone, probably isn't going to help at all. Depending on what damage was done to the display, it's quite likely only replacing the display will fix your problem.
However, there may be something loose inside that can be re-connected, or something that is broken that can be fixed easily - e.g. a broken solder connection.

Where I am (Canada), if you sign up for a longer fixed term contract package, at least a year, the phone is cheap or free. Some plans even will replace the phone, once, if it's damaged, free, or for a small fee. However, there are usually significant extra charges (penalties) if you no longer want to continue with contract.
Most people here don't bother to get a broken cell phone fixed. They either buy a new one or get one included with a fixed term plan for cheap or free.

You could try looking on the web for, or placing a local ad looking for, other broken identical or parts compatible models that have an intact display, or contact local places that repair Nokia phones and maybe they have something like that they'll part with for cheap.

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August 31, 2010 at 14:51:34
But as i said, they are extremely expensive in my country, and my provider doesnt offer that kind of a contract (usa price*2) i just asked, can i take out the internal memory?
Edit : i ment the 8gb memory, not RAM. :3

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September 1, 2010 at 08:41:12
I don't know if the internal memory is removable. It might be soldered in, the same as it is e.g. on a video card for a computer that installs in a mboard slot.
It may or may not have separate soldered in memory for the video.
You could try searching on the web for a service manual, but I doubt you would find one for a cell phone.
All cell phones have a SIM card (the spelling of that may not be right) . It's often behind the battery, and is removable.That's what has to have the right info on in order for the cell phone provider to allow you to use the cell phone. If you transfer that card to another working cell phone that's the same model, or possibly one of a small group of models, the other cell phone will work with your provider.

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