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The Nokia N9 PR1.2 update to come with lots of improvements

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The Nokia N9 PR1.2 update to come with lots of improvements - read the full textMost of the Nokia N9 owners should have already received a notification that the PR1.1 update is available for their beloved MeeGo phone - it's well worth installing as it bring plenty of new features. The next update, PR1.2, is already in the works and one lucky dev with a Nokia N950 (that's...

 

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hiiii after update this pr1.2 i cant use my Bluetooth... hav any solution for solving my problm.....?

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  • 2012-07-14 19:46
  • t@xD

Dear Nokia,
I think they should update Maps for Meego. All the other mobile with Symbian software has correct maps with latest changes. But N9 is still 5 years back.
I stay in Oman and the maps on N( for Oman is exactly 5 years old.

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  • 2012-01-24 12:53
  • nXEp

Yes,, this Firmware really need to get an improvement. The message font is too small, cannot be bigger or ajusted, the front cam is useless, there are no file manager to manage your files.. there are no pause button in video rec mode.. etc
just like a baby firmware who was born in this planet..

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  • 2012-01-14 18:08
  • KiKD

anyone here alrdy flash N9 with PR1.2?if got can share what's new in PR1.2?many thanks

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  • 2012-01-05 15:52
  • IV5d

any idea when 1.2 is releasing

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  • 2012-01-03 23:57
  • 3Y4v

List of changes I'd love to have...
1. Swipe to view next item should be extended to Contacts (detail view) and Wallpapers.
2. Closing an application using swipe down should take me back to the grid of applications (and not to open applications as it does presently.)
3. Stand-by Screen is way to bright at night. It will be great if it can be dimmed real low and brightens up if the phone is tilted face-down and up again (much like silencing an alarm or incoming call.)
4. Include Calendar/To-do items in the feeds screen (better still, be able to pin one on Stand-by Screen.)
5. Add services like Yahoo! Messenger, Linkedin, Wordpress etc.

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  • 2011-12-27 14:11
  • w7nq

> In reply to aphivat @ 2011-12-22 16:58 from YTSM - click to readAphivat,
Are you sure? Will the USB otg be available for the N9?

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  • 2011-12-26 09:34
  • gyNN

the update will bring usb on the go support...

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  • 2011-12-22 16:58
  • YTSM

Why there's no Chinese input in meego v1.2

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  • 2011-12-09 15:45
  • tV4d

> In reply to jojo @ 2011-11-30 11:39 from K1Gy - click to readLodge a feature-request here:
http://harmattan-bugs.nokia.com/

If you explain it clearly, argue effectively, & get other users voting.
Then they "may" include the feature/s you want in 1.2 (more likely 1.3+).

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  • 2011-12-03 19:52
  • i2fM

> In reply to dany @ 2011-11-30 11:28 from MD@t - click to readThe limited no. rumors are BS...
There were ramp-up issues in the 1st mth+
But it's confirmed that output /day is at proper capacity for about 5wk now.

If it's not officially available in your country.
Then it'll always be pricier than competing ph's.
For the country's it officially available in (30-odd).
It's generally priced much more reasonably.

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  • 2011-12-03 19:47
  • i2fM

flash support and document editor please nokia pleeeeeeeeeez

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  • 2011-12-01 15:42
  • utVJ

im a nokia n900 and motorola defy user, and i am very very impressed with nokia n9. it's made out of plastic but was from top-notch materials (unlike samsung plastics, yikes!) and is combined to a very pleasant MeeGo os that is even more optimized on hardware than android (no-no for wp7 tiles and symbian double-clicks). gotta ditch symbian, multitasking is good but somehow the UI and apps make it boring (and so is wp7). Long live N9! Long live Meego-Nokia! (long live motorola, too, from their top-notch hardware [defy and razr)

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  • 2011-12-01 14:41
  • v0Xt

it is really exclusive!!

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  • 2011-11-30 18:13
  • t@JC

I have SGS2 and its perfect in every way.
Im buying N9 as well bcoz i believe in open software. If i had to choose one of those two , it would be Android.

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  • 2011-11-30 16:00
  • JF7K

> In reply to sts @ 2011-11-29 22:57 from fwVH - click to readBecause certain plastic made androids have the cheap plastic feel & did not last beyond 2 years(like mine) - which enforce the 'cheap plastic' opinion. N9 is plastic but good quality one, over the years Nokia has not disappointed me on durability. Meego is dead, so what, the phone can still be used, the community is coming out with the necessary apps. If the phone is dead, well....it's goner.

And btw, this is software update thread for N9, if you think Android is so great, there are scores of threads on Android

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  • 2011-11-30 14:57
  • IVFX

> In reply to Mariusmssj @ 2011-11-30 09:01 from nxEf - click to readone more thing you can do (if you able to do so) go to time machine visit year 2008 and ask people in every corner of earth what is Android? during those days no one use to care about Android and i'm qiuet sure that even you don't know what smart phones mean

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  • 2011-11-30 13:20
  • vbRZ

im nokia n9 user , how come until now nokia the photo and video viewer still the same solfware ? and not in folder viewer gallery ? no need to tags at the phone 1 by 1 , now talk about thousands of picture , very wasting time . and some more if boring about this old thousands of picture , wanna change another thousands of picture izzit have to tags it 1 by 1 again ? why not just do it in folder of computer and then copy to phone and view it like favorite folder ... when open some other online app , it were automatic download the page image and when i open the n9 gallery all image were be there and have to delete it 1 by 1 , ,, be hope in this coming PR1.2 update , can change this .

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  • 2011-11-30 11:39
  • K1Gy

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-11-30 08:02 from 0VGS - click to readI wouldn't be so sure about wp ...
N9 is something special, but it's limited number is making it a very exclusive phone

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  • 2011-11-30 11:28
  • MD@t

> In reply to Mariusmssj @ 2011-11-30 09:01 from nxEf - click to readIn what country is this?

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  • 2011-11-30 11:03
  • teXi

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