Thanks.Don't remember if we talked about this before, but leave adequate space for where you want to store the readback, not enough space means the readback fails. I'd say leave at least 16 GB free to be on the safe side.
If that didn't fix the problem (or you already have enough space) It's possible your USB cable/port could be malfunctioning: try a different cable or use a different USB port. Also shorter USB cables are more recommended since the readback process requires fast read speeds and read speed deteriorates the longer the cable is.
I made some more space on my hard drive and attempted readback with several shorter cables but it is as though there is no connection on the shorter connection. Perhaps those particular cables have a diferent use?
Could somebody confirm the readback address length and value for the Nokia 2.2.?