I just found this wonderful application...
"Windows 7 GUI" on your mobile...
This works great in 5530 and you'll feel you're using a hand held computer which Windows 7 OS has been installed..!
Start menu, menu buttons, Desktop icons, desktop side bar (clock & calendar) all are working perfectly...!
Here is the www.dotsis.com link for the particular software... (Your 5530 should be hacked before installation... I don't have to say that... Right..?)
I will give you the link to my facebook photos once I uploaded the screen shots of newly installed software... Good luck mates...
Yamato, 06 Feb 2010Nuwan will the symbian^3 be available in our phones?Dear Yamato,
I really don't know man... I think you meant Symbian 2 right..? Because we've got Symbian 1 in our 5530s and we should be looking for Symbian 2 then..
However this totally depends on Nokia... We have to wait and see whether Nokia wants to continue with old Symbian plat form or upgrade it to Symbian 2 by a new firmware version or something...
sujith, 05 Feb 2010hey frndz
there is an application named vodafone homescreen u download it nd install it on ur... moreDear Sujith,
Just installed 'Vodafone homescreen' and it works like a charm...
I will upload the photos in facebook within few minutes and give you guys the link...
Please give me few minutes for that...
Here is the link for the software...
However your phone should be hacked before using this one... Good luck friend...
Hei... Sujith... Thanks a lot mate...
Lokesh, 05 Feb 2010Adjusting the screen's sensitivity refers to either setting it to the maximum or lowering it t... moreDear Cyber-Shot under dog & Lokesh,
Thanks a lot for both of your replies...
Now I know 5530 and 5800 touch sensitive layers are different hardware so that 5530 should be better what so ever...!
As Cyber-shot under dog says, even if the touch screen sensitivity could be tweaked in 5800, that means, 5530 should be able to tweak even better as it has better hardware...!
Sairam, 05 Feb 2010Does it has video calling feature? Think there is secondary camera.
It supports video calling but it doesn't have a secondary camera... So you will ask 'How can I make video calls then...?'
OK.. It's like this... You can see your friend and your friend can't see you... So it's kind of like 'One way video calling'.
To have that feature, install the third party software called 'fring' (you can find it easily by a google search) and log in to your 'skype' account via fring. (I assume you already have one. If you don't, create one; it's free.)
Now you'll see the online friends in your skype account, you can make video calls (like I said, one way video calls... Then can only hear your voice...) if your friends are with skype online at the moment...
Hope this will help...
Note: If you meant about 3G video calling where you can make phone calls through your mobile service providers 3G connectivity, then 5530 is not capable of doing that as it doesn't have 3G.
Jean, 05 Feb 2010Hey thanks man!! Did it!! Finally i can use my 5530...hmm just wanted to know from u..does ur ... moreDear Jean,
You're welcome friend...
Yeah... The Screen lock key rattles... And for me, it sucks..! What to do...?
Even with a best product, sometimes Nokia put things that we can't understand why...!
there is an application named vodafone homescreen u download it nd install it on ur nokia 5530 nd u get a new homescreen option in the homescreen menu in settings..apply the homscreen nd enjoy the new homescreen .i tried it on mine its gud i think u all too like it....
guys i really need help!!!..
i want a cell phone with a good camera,
and i love music ..
so can anyone tell me is this one works with me
and if its not can u recomend another one for me with a resonable price :=)
Cyber-shot under dog, 05 Feb 2010yeah they have different hardware, with the 5530 in the v40 I believed the guys from Nokia &qu... moreAdjusting the screen's sensitivity refers to either setting it to the maximum or lowering it to the desired level within its range. An overall hike in sensitivity than the original cannot be improved just with a tweak in the firmware.
Nuwan, 05 Feb 2010Dear Jean, Sending text messages from one Nokia mobile to another is quiet easy...! Don't y... moreHey thanks man!! Did it!! Finally i can use my 5530...hmm just wanted to know from u..does ur screen lock switch kinda loose? mine rattles...
Hey there. Could someone pls help me? I need to know which phone is better at playing music in headphones and speakers. Is the nokia 5530 better than the nokia 5230?? Wifi is not an issue for me. Thx
HBW, 05 Feb 2010i have this phone for a month now. and its the BEST! although the speakers aren't that loud, i... moreDear HBW!
Yeah this phone is AWESOME..
the answer to your question is that...
.open your music player
.there 'll be an option saying refresh library
.click on it and wait for few min, it will show how much new songs you have and add to your library, do this whenever you copy songs in your mobile! ;D
Nuwan, 05 Feb 2010Dear Luisito, Cyber-shot under dog, Kkkabirkkk or anyone who know better,
There are so many... moreyeah they have different hardware, with the 5530 in the v40 I believed the guys from Nokia "configured" or tweak the UI to be more sensitive (example for some touch screen panels you can configure or adjust the sensitivity from the panels but it might eat more power)
Partial Kinetic scrolling must be the limited kinetic scrolling we're experiencing (a.k.a no kinetic scrolling through the main menu)
i have this phone for a month now. and its the BEST! although the speakers aren't that loud, i find this phone very great.
but i have a question..
how will my mp3s go in the music library?
i can't find some of my music in the music library or the gallery, however its in the file manager. so how can i transfer it there? please answer. anyone?
xiaojun, 05 Feb 2010erm...can be say that the light when u switching on is depend on u change the light become lig... moreDear xiaojun,
Thanks for your reply... If I have understood properly, I think you've misinterpreted what I've said... I meant this.
5800 screen looks darker when it's switched off.
5530 screen looks gray when it's switched off.
Remove the batteries of both phones and then have a look on both screens...
You will clearly see the difference..
I don't know why they're different but I guess it's because of the different touch sensing layers both phones have... (Just a guess...)
Could anyone please confirm or deny this...?
Nuwan, 05 Feb 2010Dear Lokesh,
Wow man.. That's great... Just like I thought... I don't personally think I'll... moreerm...can be say that the light when u switching on is depend on u change the light become lighter or darker only. there nothing about it. coz when i bought it i thought the same as u.but when i change the light become more lighter. then its not grey anymore...
but it become perfect..
just when i bought this phone i hate about is. inside doesn't have Chinese input and Chinese support.lucky still under warranty...
Lokesh, 05 Feb 2010Dear Nuwan,
Though the smoothness and functionalities of a touch interface can be augmente... moreDear Lokesh,
Wow man.. That's great... Just like I thought... I don't personally think I'll be able to get used with 'capacitive touch screen' as it's too sensitive... Resistive touch screen would be the optimum selection for me...
However as so many people argued 'Touch screen' sensitivity can be improved by firmware update I couldn't accept that and now it's clear that I was not wrong on that..
Even though you've compared Samsung Jet's resistive touch screen with Nokia, still I didn't get the reply for what I asked... Can any body compare 5800 touch screen response with 5530 touch screen response and comment about it...?
I personally think 5530 touch sensitive layers are different than those of 5800 (When you look at the both screens you'll see there's a difference... 5800 looks bit dark while 5530 screen looks gray when the phone is switched off... I think that's because they have different touch sensing layers...) Please correct me if I'm wrong... Because that's just a guess...
Anyway, thanks a lot dear brother Lokesh... You just cleared a big doubt in me...