AnonD-695, 27 Feb 2011well that's the problem in the first place, there is no such store that sells itunes prepaid c... moreThen you my friend, Need a credit card. I suggest getting one and building credit history.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2011No, like I said, if your country had a convenience store that sold said cards you would not ne... morewell that's the problem in the first place, there is no such store that sells itunes prepaid cards in my country. And the only alternative is to buy it online
I cant wait for this, it is amazing, and this is what we want to be done specially in N8 and E7.
Thank you Nokia, you are the best.
[deleted post]Keep waiting. Noikia will fail first before Apple does. Actually, Nokia is already failing and is now playing catch-up.
AnonD-695, 27 Feb 2011but i would still need a credit card if i were to purchase it online which brings us back to s... moreNo, like I said, if your country had a convenience store that sold said cards you would not need a credit card. I buy download content on PSN using prepaid cards since I do not want to disclose my credit card information to online vendors that stores them.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2011No idea which country you are from so I can't comment on that matter. Most countries that i've... morebut i would still need a credit card if i were to purchase it online which brings us back to square one
AnonD-695, 27 Feb 2011i was thinking more of legit like ovi store. Didnt see the link below the article ;p. I don... moreNo idea which country you are from so I can't comment on that matter. Most countries that i've been to have convenience stores that sell itune/online music gift cards such as US, Japan, Europe. However it may be possible in your country that there is no way to purchase from itunes gift store or amazon online.
This is what apple do to their workforce,
when it will be out and available to all n8 users?
I want to try it my own..
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2011Um you serious? The article I linked you to has a link directly to the developer. The develope... morei was thinking more of legit like ovi store. Didnt see the link below the article ;p.
I dont think it counts as 3 step since you said there is still some onscreen steps that need to be followed. I dont know about you, but jailbreaking had bricked my friends 3gs and made my other friend's 4g unable to play music.
Where can i get such prepaid itunes card? I dont see any so far in my country. 0_o
AnonD-695, 27 Feb 2011eeh? I want you to ask you a question first, where did you download your free sms? If you had ... moreUm you serious? The article I linked you to has a link directly to the developer. The developer developed his own app and didn't want to go through the process of getting said app signed by Symbian hence why it wasn't a signed application. Not every developer wanted to pay to have their app signed ya know? So how was the link i gave you not a "legit" source? Legit as in being from symbian foundation or legit from being ovi store? Like I said, that was from 2009, 2 years ago dude. There is a link directly linking to the developer in which he would take donations if you wanted to give him one.
The process of jailbreaking an iphone is 3 steps, download said jailbreak onto your pc, run it following onscreen steps, and reboot your iphone. It doesn't take tech savvy users to do this, all you need is basic comprehension of reading.
If you don't own a credit card there are prepaid gift cards for itunes. You can load those up anywhere.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2011its called Free-ISMS. Just because it wasn't signed doesn't mean its pirated genius. It's not ... moreeeh? I want you to ask you a question first, where did you download your free sms? If you had download it from a legit source, no signing would have been required. The site you have just gave me is not a legit source btw.
Not everyone it a tech geek like you and i. So if the tutorial to jailbreak an iphone seem simple to you, it might not be for others.
When i sarcastically ask for your credit card, what i meant was i do not own one therefore i cant buy music from net like you said.
Seems to me that your misinformed too, not just me
AnonD-695, 27 Feb 2011it is funny that your telling me that im commiting piracy when you urself is commiting it to. ... morehttp://www.e71blog.com/2009/04/free-isms-brings-real-threaded-messaging-to-the-e71/
you might want to read up on this tutorial. free-Isms has always been free when I used it. Only unsigned and you can sign it yourself which was a big hassle to do. For a fanboy you sure are misinformed bro. It's okay, i'm just more technology inclined. I did use Nokia up until the N900, that piece of crap was the last Nokia I owned. E71 was my all time favorite, then N95, then N91. N900 was total let down, N800 tablet sucked too. I sold that quickly. Got android and never looked back.
AnonD-695, 27 Feb 2011it is funny that your telling me that im commiting piracy when you urself is commiting it to. ... moreits called Free-ISMS. Just because it wasn't signed doesn't mean its pirated genius. It's not signed because it wasn't approved by Symbian foundation.
Not everyone knows how to jailbreak? You go to a website and follow the instructions? With jailbreaking being fully LEGAL, sites popping up with tutorials is a dime a thousand. Unless your country filtered sites pertaining on how to jailbreak then those people who searched for information on said jailbreaking shops can search on how to jail break it themselves.
Also if you asked me for your credit card information with the intent to use and i gave it to you then its not "piracy". Its consent use. Also taking credit information is not piracy, its called identity theft. Piracy in this content would be illegally obtaining digital copy righted materials with the intent to redistribute in which you did. Wrong analogy bro, wrong analogy.
mark, 26 Feb 2011best update is to scrap symbian and go down the android route. hence why nokia are not the top... moreWhat are you talking about? Nokia are still the top phone maker, they're bigger than next 3 manufacturers combined. It's only Symbian's leadership that was questioned by an incorrect report by Canalys. Gartner proved that Canalys report is wrong.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2011Because what you just mentioned is considered piracy? We all know apple is against music pirac... moreit is funny that your telling me that im commiting piracy when you urself is commiting it to. you said that you need to sign the treaded sms app for your e71 and as far as i know, all apps that need signing for symbian are cracked apps which happens to be a form of piracy. BTW, can i borrow your credit card, i need to purchase some tunes from the net.
since when i meantioned the word 'sms' in my post.
and about jailbreaking, not everyone know how to do it. in my country you could send it to a phone shop, but they love nothing more to charge you at a very high price for it. and i still remember a post from TqCi saying that apple fans never use jailbreaking. i was ROFL
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2011Because what you just mentioned is considered piracy? We all know apple is against music pirac... moreYou just got my point there. Apple is making everything restrictive so that they can gain maximum profit, and in terms of consumers like us, we lost the freedom over full control on our own gadget even after spending 600 dollars on one. Putting that aside (which is just a small issue), bigger issues to me remain what i mentioned - important features missing. Thats why I'm not really happy with Nokia switching to WP7. Im not against it, but many features are going to be missing, and we wont know how long it takes for Windows Phone to be updated up to the extent of equal amount of features as symbian. Probably not until WP8 is released.
Its better than nothin..well after PR 3.0 I'll switch either to android or Iphone or perhaps Nokia wp7(when available).
AnonD-2008, 27 Feb 2011And, why would i need itunes when i know where to get top quality downloads and free GPS on a ... moreits called "jailbreaking" my friend. Jailbreaking is your friend learn to use it. Learn to embrace the Cydia and installous and all shall be well?