Mari Khan, 03 Apr 2015hi, Em having problem in my nokia asha 502. the prob is that whenever i tried to download face... morei have same problem....please tell me a way to resolve it,,,as
u already face it...so i think u may b fix it
hi, Em having problem in my nokia asha 502. the prob is that whenever i tried to download facebook or whatsapp or any other software then it only shows a message "validity of certification is not available. and its default tunes and background images are also dissapeared.i just connected mu phone to the computer for scaning the SD card but all the data of my phone was lost. my contact list messages, all things are lost. kindly tell me is it require a new software??? i'l be thankfull to u.
Pari Jaiswal, 04 Jun 2014Can i know that there is a function in nokia asha 502 to hide personal folders from others??Thankyou
i strugle to change my whattsup status since Nokia asha changes the features please bring back that old features
one of the worst mobile & service provided by nokia.. i have updated the phone with the 14.0.4.. i am unable to connect the internet.. were service center can not solve the problem
My Nokia Asha 501 Mobile Hangs a Lot after updation of 14.0.4 successfully as its a new handset even i have reset my phone many times but the problem is still same
The issues are
: Apps gets hang
: Battery gets drain
: Games not supported
Friends Plsss do not update 14.0.4 its very worst
Can i know that there is a function in nokia asha 502 to hide personal folders from others??
Mathew, 26 Apr 2014Even this update does not have the simple feature of GROUP SMS. This is really sad...I also badly missing Group SMS feature
Even this update does not have the simple feature of GROUP SMS. This is really sad...
As other's have said, it's no longer Nokia, it's Microsoft.
Why would Microsoft adopt Sailfish for any of their phones? They now have 3 mobile OS' for phones currently available: Android, Asha and Mobile 8.x; there is no business reason to use another OS.
Don't be surprised if MS kills off Asha or Android and doesn't produce any more phones with one of those OS'. I would say that they may kill both OS', but it appears that Microsoft is position WP for their high end devices and the other OS' for lower end devices.
I expect Android to be the loser because there's overlap between the Nokia X and some of the Lumia phones in terms of specs and price. Asha phones are targeted for emerging markets with a price point around USD 100.00 (plus/minus 30). These are unsubsidized prices. If MS starts to release new Lumia's in that price range don't be surprised if the Asha's go away too.
Everything points to Microsoft moving people toward the Lumia/WP platform unless the X line sales are too big to ignore. Microsoft has the Lumia line at the top and middle. At a certain point the sales of the Lumia's from top to bottom will justify cost savings by discontinuing Asha/Android phones despite the loss of revenue.
It's just business. For those of you who have your doubts, recall how MS tried to force everyone to use Internet Explorer on Windows 98 and Windows 2000 (and the lawsuits they lost around the world), don't believe for a minute that MS will do anything that will give the Android (or Sailfish for that matter) OS' any chance to pull in revenue at MS' expense.