Here's the link: http://www.businesssoftware.nokia.com/blackberry_downloads.php and select the E90 device.
Just install the latest version of BB-Connect for the E90 and there's your BlackBerry. It works awesome for me!
czar, 30 Jul 2008supports 8 gb of micro-sd ? ...did anyone try ??...thxYep, it can be recognized
Eitan, 30 Jul 2008Still not sure what colour 2 get it in..To EITAN:
Get the black and look professional (smile).
Last night I had another reason to love the E51 a lot more.
I still have my Nokia 6300 which I will be selling soon.
I'm yet to transfer all my contacts and other important info from the 6300 to my new E51.
Normally when I get a new Nokia phone, which is usually once a year, I normally use my PC and Nokia PC Suite to back up the data from the old phone then transfer it all to the new phone straight from the PC.
This time around I told myself I wanted to try and do a direct phone to phone transfer...the only problem is that the 6300 (being a series 40) doesn't have a transfer tool like the E51.
I saw where it was said that once a compatible Nokia phone have the transfer option then two Nokia phones could sync with each other with that compatible Nokia phone SENDING the info to the new one.
What I found out on my own is that if the OLD phone doesn't have a transfer option and the new one has it then you can use the new phone to PULL the data from the old phone. I find that to be an incredible feature.
Last night I decided to fool around with both phones and I saw where the E51 have a 'Retrieve' feature in the transfer application so I decided to try it to see if I could get all my data from the 6300.
When I tried it the E51 told me to turn on bluetooth on the other phone so I did just that and to my surprise the 6300 asked me if I want to sync and send all data to the E51. I was so amazed.
There are three types of data which can be transferred using that method:
2. Calendar Entries
If you want additional stuff like text messages (SMS) you will have to use a PC for that.
But I believe it's excellent that you are able to transfer those 3 main data sources without the need for a PC.
I'm convinced that the E51 is the next best thing to a PC...as a reviewing company said: "if size is a factor then the E51 can be considered as a laptop replacement.
The other day I wondered (and had a strong feeling) if the E51 could network with PCs and thanks to WINURA and his scouring the net, we both learnt that it can network with any PC via Wi-Fi and do anything like an ordinary PC to PC networking.
The E51 is money well invested.
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Anonymous, 28 Jul 2008Can anybody suggest a high power battery for my E51..why do you want a high powered battery when you get a brilliant battery with long life with the E51? mine stays put for at least 4 days!!!! thats the min. but now its the end of the 5th day and still have 2 bars left on my battery. :-)
Gaurav, 30 Jul 2008Plz tel me 1 thng more dat which is da best colour? Shud i go for black one! I have the black one.
Gaurav, 30 Jul 2008Plz tel me 1 thng more dat which is da best colour? Shud i go for black one!yes gourov black is the smartest
Gaurav, 30 Jul 2008Plz tel me 1 thng more dat which is da best colour? Shud i go for black one!definitely black!!! :-)
Gaurav, 30 Jul 2008Plz tel me 1 thng more dat which is da best colour? Shud i go for black one!Well I have the black and it's cool and have a professional look. I would say go for it.
In fact, most of the offical revewing companies prefer the black version. They say the silver colour is too loud due to it's highly mirror shine while the black drastically tones down that shine.
Original_Jamaican, 29 Jul 2008To GAURAV: To be honest, I don't see any comparison. The E51 is a clear winner. First of... morePlz tel me 1 thng more dat which is da best colour? Shud i go for black one!
Original_Jamaican, 29 Jul 2008To GAURAV: To be honest, I don't see any comparison. The E51 is a clear winner. First of... moreThanks a lot sir. For givin me these advise. Now i m going to buy e51. Thanks once again.
hi... can the phone be used for browsing usin the home wi fi connection..?
Gaurav, 29 Jul 2008Helo evryone. Plz help me n suggest me. I m going to buy a new mobile. I am confuse between tw... moreTo GAURAV:
To be honest, I don't see any comparison. The E51 is a clear winner.
First of all the E51 has a 369Mhz processor while the P3400 have a 200Mhz. Higher clock speed means getting stuff done more quickly.
E51 weighs less at 100g opposed to P3400's 126g. That's less weight in your pocket or bag.
E51 is slimmer at 12mm opposed to P3400's 17.6mm
E51 have a 16.7 million colour screen opposed to P3400's 65,536 colour screen. If you do the math you will see that just the .7 part of E51's colours is hundreds of thousand more than P3400 's colours...and that's just the .7 part alone!!!!!!!
The E51 have 96MB of RAM whereas the P3400 have 64MB.
The E51 have 130MB where 126MB is available to the user out of the box. The P3400 only have 43.48MB available to the user.
The P3400 DOESN'T have HSCSD, 3G, IrDa (infrared) nor, most importantly Wi-Fi (WLAN). The E51 have ALL of those connectivity and at high rates too.
The E51 have a longer standby time at 310hr. while the P3400's standby time is 200hr...which simply means if both phones are idle, as in not being used for days, the P3400's battery will die first.
Finally it's a Nokia, Nokia is a name you can trust in reliability, durability and longetivity.
The only thing the P3400 have over the E51 is a bigger screen and 40 mins. more talk time.
In my opinion the E51 is the clear winner but where you are concerned, it all boils down to what you need the most between both smartphones.