superb phone . Just 2 weeks since i bought it. And everybody envies me. JUST ONE SMALL HITCH . Unofficial specifications have said it is a 369 mhz processor . But system info progs show only a 192 mhz processor . Is it due to physical impact ? This speed is lesser than n 70 . Is is due to dedicated audio chip ? SOMEBODY LET ME KNOW PLEASE .
everyone who needs s60 adobe reader software for ur phone get it here at this mobile 9 link ... http://gallery.mobile9.com/f/55153/
@ ichi-nii -
yes it got the theme options including , support for flash screen savers and also audio themes are there in the themes option panel ...
u can download many s60 3rd edition themes for free in www.mobile9.com ... go to that web site ... go to themes section and in the category choose series 60 3rd edition themes ... click go ... also u will be able to find series 60 3rd edition applications in the same site ...
Is there a way to make the wallpapers I put on the phone fit the entire phone screen? If so, what resolution does it need to be? I've already tried many typical normal wallpaper resolutions, and they all seem to resize so as to leave space at the top and the bottom of the screen.
/sigh, well I've determined that the video bit rate is not what causes the hiccups in the playback. I've gone as low as 128 kbps for the video encoding and it still has hiccups when it's played in the phone. What is it that Nokia Video Manager manages to do that encodes videos without any hiccups?
I wish Nokia would release an update for video manager or something.
YES! Finally, a program that encodes the entire video flawlessly. Thank you for posting it. The only possible flaw I see with it is that it doesn't compress the data as much as nokia video manager, so it takes up more space.
I'm having a little bit of trouble pinpointing the correct video bit rate so that when it's played on the phone, it plays smoothly, without buffering. Any idea up to what bit rate this phone can process for continuous playback?
@ Charles Ansah -
i recommend u not to buy the n72 its old skool now and it does not have 3g no 16m color display (only 256k) or a dedicated music chip for audio quality or dual stereo speakers but the 5700 got em all ... and the n72 does not contain a separate mp3 player with visualizations almost play all the files in the real player but the 5700 got both of em and audio visuals ... the n72 os is slower at its best than the 5700 xm and the 5700 xm is faster ... the n72 display size is 176 x 208 pixels but in the 5700 its 240 x 320 pixels, 2.2 inches which is far more better ... n72 slows down even when using 1gb but the 5700 supports upto 4gb memory ... the 5700 also supports windows media audio files ... and the 5700 runs on a 35 MB of user memory 64 MB SDRAM, 128 MB ROM ARM 11, 369 MHz CPU ... almost both phones comes with 2mp cameras ... so choose between the two models i recommend u the 5700 xpress music ... i only told u some of the differences between the two models i know both phones so i know a lot about n72 it sucks at its best these days in my country the dark year of the n72 model is here u can buy one here for about 32,000 rs and the 5700 xm worth 40,000 rs ... simply my advice for u is go for a 5700 xm ...
@ Dr Adedoyin
Well, the first program did not convert videos to MP4's, only MPEG-1's, so it didn't help me, and the resolutions were wrong as well.
The 2nd program only converter to 3GP, which resulted in very bad audio.
Alive MP4 converter did not work at all.
I am so frustrated, I have tried 4 different programs in order to convert full movies and put them on my cellphone, but I have still not found one.
thanx dr.adedoyin but is that a freeware or a trial version?
Answer: The ones i have are freewares. TMPGEnc 2.5 Free version and Acala 3GP Movies Free version 2.4.9.
Surprisingly, i don't have such problems with these two programmes. Only annoying thing is the TMPGEnc being terribly slow but Acala is ok. I don't do much of converting musical videos so i may not have noticed the poor audio quality of the converted films. I have not tried the Alive MP4.
Go for 5700. Its the better phone. It has better symbian version and its a 3G phone. Has audio chip for enhanced music output with on board microprocessor.
@ Dr Adedoyin
Well, I tried that program, but the audio encoder was terrible for 3GP videos. I'm going to try Alive MP4 Converter and see if this will work.
i am thinking of getting a Nokia N72 or a Nokia 5700, i like the way both phones look but i don't know which phone to go for, i like one with a very loud speaker to play my music and all that but don't know which one is the best, anyway one with an answer should get back to me, i'll really appreciate it. thanks.
*for tate ka juice
yes... a headset is included in the package when u buy this phone.
this phone really rocks it is the best phone in the whole worl hey pls answer my question does tha headset comes with the phone
Thanks for the help. I'll try that later.
@ Dr Adedoyin
Is 3GP quality just as good as MP4? I want them to be good quality. Thanks for the recommendation, I'll try it later.
How is the video recording with it ? And whats the max. possible resolution of a video ??