Nokia Maps 2.0 out of beta

22. May 2008 at 19:54

Nokia today announced that its highly anticipated update for Nokia Maps has left beta stage and is now ready for consumers to download.

Downloaded over 240,000 times since announced in February, Nokia Maps 2.0 has improved its optional Car Navigation, enhanced its pedestrian navigation, added multimedia city guides, now offers satellite images, and is sporting a redesigned user interface. Nokia’s mapping and navigation solutions give people navigation features, local content and world maps directly on their mobile device, in a way that only connected devices can.

How to: Make close-up shots with your fixed-focus camera

21. May 2008 at 10:04

Thanks to one of our readers I found a video over at YouTube in which a guy is showing us how to make macro-images with a phone, thats camera doesn’t have a autofocus.

HOT: Symbian 9.2 hacked: Install applications without signing them

30. March 2008 at 16:49

You all know the procedure of signing unsigned apps. Everytime you get a new unsigned application you have to sign it by yourself and this is very annoying.

But now it seems that S60 3rd has been hacked:

  1. How to: Make the application “free”
  2. How to: Install the application

Very brief, but this news are worth a post.

10 must-have applications for Nokia N95 8GB

29. March 2008 at 09:10

To get all the power out of your N95 8GB, you need applications. Without any applications on your Nseries device it´s only a mobile phone with office and multimedia abilities. But if you want a real Multimedia Computer, that you can carry around with you in your pocket, you need to have applications on it.

Today I´ve made list with my personal top-ten, must-have applications for the Nokia N95 8GB:

How to: Change your Product Code

18. March 2008 at 19:02

You are annoyed of your phone because it has a simlock or is from a provider, so that you can´t update your firmware as soon as the update comes out?

So, in this tutorial I will show you how to change your product code. If you change your provider-product code to a free product code you have a branding-free mobile phone.

At first I want to say, that you shouldn´t change it if you have no knowledge of your device. Only change it if you know what you are doing!

If you make something wrong, you could damage your phone and if you have changed the Product Code you won´t have warranty anymore. So first think exactly about what you´re doing.

!!!IMPORTANT: Don´t make a backup over the integrated backup-function of your phone before changing the PC (Product Code), because after that nothing will work anymore.!!!

For every phone there are different PC´s. You can find them in the internet via google, here is a list of some product codes.

Here an important list of the included languages in the different PC´s:

EURO1: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
EURO2: English, French, German, Turkish, Dutch, Italian
EURO3: English, Czech, Slovakian, German, Polish, Hungarian
SCANDINAVIA: English, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Danish
BALTIC: English, German, Estonian, Russian, Latvian, Lithuanian
RUSSIA: English, German, Ukrainian, Russian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian
BALKANS: English, German, Croatian, Slovenian, Serbian, Greek
ARABIC: English, Arabic, French, Farsi, Urdu
HEBREW: English, Hebrew, Arabian, Russian, Romanian, Spanish
AFRICA: English, Portuguese, German, Italian, French