Upgrade your N91 Now to version v2.0052 by using the Nokia Actual Upgrading software.
All you need is:
* Nokia Upgrading Software
* Data Cable
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WOW O MY GOD.
my N91 so rocks now i,ve got the version 2 installed...do it if u haven,t yet.
Are there imitations already. I am having such problems with mine. I cannot download music and it keeps FREEZING. The cover is shiny steel and my friends tell me that is not an original. Please help.
just got the sw 2.00 . just 2 words : n91 RULZ! with this update this baby is the greatest mp3 mobile player in the world. the sound is AMAZING! wow. they must have optimized the sound qualitty even better. no more glinches no more hang ups! people go for n91. the ultimate mobile mp3 player Xperience.. WOW the headset just blew my head off!!
i have the same version jus got it done 2weeks ago but it still gvs me the same problm. Nokia has asked me to get the phone chckd again.. m all set to dispose this phn n go for the n73 or the k800i jus wantd to knw which one is better.....cheers
check this official firmware update for Nokia N91 ;)
1) Themes don't reset.
2) Battary management better.
3) still trying...more.
jst brought this phn a month ago n this phn has already started giving so many software problem...... in short it sucks..
just wana knw which phn is better from n73 n k800i
i jst wana know dat how to free the fone memory it shows nothing in the file manager and still much space is occupied plz help
have no idea about the firmware you guys are talking about...had this phone for almost a month now....please give me some idea..i want to enjoy more of my N91..just email me..thanks..btw..i love my n91...
YESSSS it's finally here!!!! the SW 2.00 update! get it online from nokia.uk site. thank you nokia
Hi Guys i have a web to download firmware ver. 2.00.052 here it is http://www.gsm-team.net/forum/...61e67f&t=712
hope all of u will enjoys :)
I have recently updated my firmware to 1.11.053 from nokia.dogtoe.com using phoenix and it works. Does anyone have a link or can email me a link as to version 2.00 firmware please?
I think for Nokia that N73 or 6233 or 6270 or 3250 have speaker more than one; so they can louder without earset.
If you want cheaper you can try Motorola Rokr or SE W550i.
hi could some one tell me if you can play the music out loud without using the ear phones .. so everyone around can hear the music aswell .. please ryly :) x
thanx for the thorough reply it was very useful but i wonder what program should i use to convert from a DVD to one of the formats u mentioned and i wonder if u converted before and how was it
omg!!! hurry up nokia and release sw update for n91!!! my phone keeps freezing!!!
What phone sw do you have: ENter *#0000#
To Unnamed who wants to free up phone memory. I grabbed this from the Nokia Tech discussions board:
Messages, (text, email, MMS, BT), calendar and contacts are stored in the phone memory (by default) and may not be visible from the File Manager Application. You can delete them from within each application.
Calendar events don't get deleted automatically once they expire (at least I think not), and when syncing make sure you don't sync ALL your calendar otherwise everything from your Outlook (past and future) will be there. Including any recurring Meetings you may have set.
Also cookies and some temp internet files from the browser are stored there, so you can clean those up from the browser applications (Services AND web).
From the N91 FAQ page (the link I gave a while ago)
: What Video Formats does the Nokia device support? What settings should I use to encode videos for my Nokia device?
Nokia device incorporates a media player that can support many different formats both in local playback and streaming (3gp, 3g2, mp4, rm). It???s important to note that the video screen size is 176x144 (qCIF) in normal mode and 208x176 in full screen mode. Keep this in mind when encoding video content. The best experience will be when you can match the resolution pixel by pixel. Other resolutions supported are 128x96 (sub-qCIF), 176x96, 160x120, 352x288 (CIF) The maximum bitrate is affected by the number of frames per second, the size of the video and the quality (bitrate) of the encoding. The higher the bitrate the bigger the files. For most applications a frame rate of 11-15 fps is good enough, 20-30 fps is needed for fast moving videos. Higher bitrates in general create better quality videos but larger files. If the bitrate is too high there could be a drop-off in framerate during playback. AMR (narrow band NB or wide band WB) produces smaller files but the audio quality is low. This is best used for voice tracks or when optimizing for file size. For best audio quality use mpeg4 AAC audio. A bit rate of 48 kbps in AAC produces good quality audio for most situations. At low bitrates (e.g. 64kbps) MPEG4 video codec produces sharper pictures than h263. In order to encode videos to enjoy in your Nokia device you can use several encoding applications. Nokia PC Suite???s Multimedia Player allows you to convert some file types to .3GP in various resolutions and bitrates, for the most part the Multimedia Player will optimize for file size, the audio format is converted to NB-AMR 8kHz Mono. Other commercial converters are available, when encoding you can use the following formats:
- 3GP, 3G2. (3GPP, 3GPP2)
- Video: Several resolutions up to CIF (352x288) up to 25 fps with a maximum recommended bitrate of ~ 350 kbps. Use h263 or MPEG4 encoder. Best results are when using VBR (Variable bit rate)
- Audio: NB-AMR, WB-AMR or MPEG4 audio in mono or stereo, up to 128 kbps @ 44.1 KHz. Sample rate.
- Video: 176x144 (normal screen) or 208x176 (for full screen), Mpeg4 or h263 15 fps, 350 kbps bitrate or VBR
- Audio: Mpeg4aac stereo 48 kbps bitrate, 44.1 KHz sample rate, MP4
This is a different container for the video and audio use the same settings as with 3gp or 3g2.
- RM Realvideo codec 8, 9 and 10 is supported. Bitrates of up to 128 kbps.
- .rmvb (variable bitrate) is supported.
- At this time Realvideo 7 is not supported. For video streaming Helix server 6 is not supported.