It’s been a while since the trend of screen protectors have started. All because we can’t produce a mobile phones that were tough enough to protect our phones from scratches occurred in accidents and daily use. And somehow it became a necessity, too. But how about today? Are the mobile manufacturers doing better?
Almost 3 years when the Nokia N82 was announced and now this coming summer the new camera flagship successor, N8, will be available for everyone who is looking an option to forget their compact cameras. The question is the Nokia N8 willl be the next N82 alike and akin to its history? Let’s shovel on some of the few points and compare the both device in terms of their specifications and how’d Nokia N8 differs to N82?
The Nokia N86 8MP has recently been updated with a new firmware taking it up to v30.009. The new update brings with it the new Ovi Maps 3.3 with free voice guided navigation, allows you to share your location via Facebook and also includes some improvements to Nokia Messaging. The new firmware is available to download via NSU and FOTA, and if you need more information on how to update then please check out our handy guide which will take you through all the different options. Check out the full changelog after the break.
The Nokia N86 8MP has received a minor firmware update, taking it up to v21.006. New firmwares generally bring new features and bug fixes, so we recommend you update you devices. The Nokia N96 supports FOTA (Firmware Over-The-Air) so you can update your device easily by dialing *#0000# at the home screen then pressing options and check for updates.
If a new version is not yet available then try using NSU (Nokia Software Updater) as it generally takes a while for the firmware to become available over the air. The Nokia N86 does support UDP (User Data Preservation), but we still recommend you perform a backup just in case. There is no official changelog as of yet, so leave some comments below to let others no of anything new you experience.
If you want uninstall multiple apps on a S60 device you can do it only one after the other, not several at once. This is without a doubt a pain and takes some time. With BatchUninstall, developed by Think Change, you can uninstall multiple application at once. You just need to select all apps you want to uninstall and click ‘Delete Selected’. Batch Uninstall works on all S60 5th and 3rd edition devices.