General problems with Nokia

10. February 2009 at 17:12

I am a user of Nokia mobile-phones for several years by now. Actually I had many problems with the build-quality and other issues of all the phones by Nokia I have used. Unfortunately the time has gone by and not much except the features has changed. So I decided to write a post about all the issues I am ā€˛enjoying” with the company Nokia.

Nokia secret codes: A handy guide

11. January 2009 at 13:37

As you may know there are many codes which can be entered in the home-screen of your Nokia S60 device, e.g. to see what firmware your device has. Because there are so many of those, and not everyone does even know of them, we decided to write this guide for you.
Some of the following codes can reset your phone or change settings, so please make sure to know what you’re doing with entering a code – there’s a description below every code, read it first! Besides the following codes we also give standard knowledge like how to open the Task-manager or switch the profile in an instance.

The ONE is available for N-Gage finally

28. October 2008 at 19:02

The One

Finally, ”The One” is available for N-Gage. The long awaited 3D fighting game was developed by Digital Legends and costs 9.99 Euro. Of course you can trial the game before you buy it. Yet, ‘The One’ is available through the Showroom section of the application only. I’ve already had a quick play and I was totally blown away by the graphics. Have you already played the ONE? If so, what do you think about it?

The One N-Gage

N-Gage: Brothers In Arms now available

14. July 2008 at 12:28

The World War II game Brothers In Arms is now available for the N-Gage application. You can find it in the showroom section. The game has 37 MB, so it can take a long time to download and install it on your phone. If you can’t find it in your N-Gage application just go to “Update Now”. Now it should be in the latest games section.

Source: All About Symbian & S60 Inside

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.