dinesh, 24 Feb 2011hi i purcharse the 5233 befor 1 week its a nice phone bt its true its some software probelm in... moreI can run 5-6 apps at the same time in this phone. No hanging such things.
Do not keep or install anything in phone memory. Install them to card.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2011hey how to connect mobile to pc for internetConnect with nokia pc suit or ovi suit.
dr.opu, 24 Feb 2011hai there,all were well,suddenly my set made me feel so so bad....it shows..start up failed...... moreGive phone to nokia care .
How you got that error actually?or try flashing your phone.
Jitz, 24 Feb 2011What do you mean by Hacked Phone??in a hacked phone you will get access to all folders in your phone . You can install apps without certificate errors. So you can fully explore your phone .
Do not get afraid by the word'hack'. Most people get scared by it. Actually it is a good thing to do.
Hi,i am going to buy 5233 but there is no Secondary Camera.Can anyone please tell which phone do i buy of nokia.
Here is a comparison between s60v5 and android. What you think ?
Aadi, 22 Feb 2011Hi guys... i want to request some help ...so anyone there right now?Yes !!
Nimai, 21 Feb 2011Can you tell me which is better among 5230,5233 nd c5-03.obviously c-5
hai there,all were well,suddenly my set made me feel so so bad....it shows..start up failed....pls contact retailer.....pls help me anyone if faced such problem
hi i purcharse the 5233 befor 1 week its a nice phone bt its true its some software probelm in that when i open the 2 or more application its hang or its open to slow.........is not
start javaw -Djava.library.path=. -cp .\lib\comm.jar;.\lib\jdic.jar;.\class Pihatonttu.PihatonttuMain COM3 null
this code is working perfectly for me. just copy and paste. hope it helps. i was also got hundered of times these errors at last it worked.
someone, 24 Feb 2011Messages:
Your SMSs and mails from Symbian's built-in messaging application are stored in C:\... morei found the full article in www.noeman.org,i think.
Just google with the keyword -'symbian os9.x system folders '
no offense mate. It helped me too. Thanks.
someone, 24 Feb 2011Messages: Your SMSs and mails from Symbian's built-in messaging application are stored in C:\... moreThanks a lot mate.. I've been looking for this guide for a long time. You made it sound so simple. I have one one favour to ask mate.. Do you know where the playlists from the default music player is saved? You're a fw modder arent you?
someone, 24 Feb 2011Messages:
Your SMSs and mails from Symbian's built-in messaging application are stored in C:\... moreSuperb informations dude. Just a question. Have you tried restoring your mentioned stuffs in a C6 based cfw? Cause its always better to restore using the backup option but since C6 firmwares can't restore backed up contents (done in a OFW based CFW), hence i asked.
Btw, what name do you use in dailymobile?
Your SMSs and mails from Symbian's built-in messaging application are stored in C:\Private\1000484b. If you've told your phone to store messages on your memory card, they are in E:\Private\1000484b. Copy the entire folder, and restore when needed.
Your frequently used words in SMS and email are stored in C:\Predic\101F8615_F.dat. You don't even need to hack your phone to get into this folder
Calendar entries are stored in C:\Private\10003a5b\Calendar.
Your access points are stored in C:\Private\10202be9\persists\cccccc00.cre. Just make a copy of cccccc00.cre, and restore it to your phone (or send it to another phone), restart your phone, and you have your access point settings back just the way they were when you made the backup.
This tips here is only for hacked phone.
Please use this guide only for learning.
i do not take any responsibility for damage caused if you modify these files/folders. Please make sure u know exactly what u are doing
all themes installed in memory card
(you can delete themes from there)
inside C:\Private folder there are some sub folders :
DBS_100065FF_Contacts.cdb - Contacts Database
C:\resource\apps - The MIF files (Icon Files) Of the Softwares Installed in the phone,
The bookmarks of Symbian's built-in web browser are stored in C:\Private\100012a5\DBS_101FD685_BrowserBookmarks. db.