walkman, 31 Jul 2013worst slow phoneI think u don't know how to operate a smartphone otherwise u won't say this. Its a very gud phone and even competing with today's smartphones in some of the features..
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2013Plz tell me y there is nt suporting video cal on skyp or nimbuzz. What is problem.There is not suporting video cal on skyp or nimbuz plz tell me whats the problem?
Plz tell me y there is nt suporting video cal on skyp or nimbuzz. What is problem.
Anybody help. My sister's N8 only has 25mb left in C: and I don't use any CFW. What folders can I safely delete to increase drive C:?
Stupid me, 02 Aug 2013Carol & MdN I did not put in any PIN number. I can't even remember coming across any th... moreThe steps are quite easy once you read them twice. :-) Well you won't lose your Sim contacts no matter what you do to the phone. Hey, just copy/paste the steps to a text document on your PC so you can read them while going through them. ;-)
muhamm, 03 Aug 2013can n8 use a maps offline?what type gps can install to n8?Yes, you can navigate offline with the default GPS application, it works really well. Just recently Nokia updated all maps for Symbian so they are as good as in Lumia phones. There are some other GPS apps too but not free.
Alam, 02 Aug 2013its suport skype ? pls tell me any ideaYes it supports Skype but not video calls. Right now for some reason Skype is not available for N8 Belle in Nokia Store but if you change settings to N8 Anna you can download it. Or you can just look for it on the internet.
my dear blessd frnd n82 is older then n8 n its symbian..u say carol is old so that makes u older coz u using n much oldr n82.. U use galaxy y or n82 or nything,who is stopping u man,calm down dnt waste ur energy on this anger..god bless
Carol & MdN
I did not put in any PIN number. I can't even remember coming across any thing like that yet. I won't put one either, because I won't remember it.
I numbered all the installation steps on my hard copy doc and took it on my flash drive to print at the mall but that particular store was closed because of the public holiday yesterday. Steups! I have to go back another day. As I went through it slowly, I could actually feel the fear diminishing!
Oh dear, I also spent some hours (stayed up late) on the back up on Suite and transferring my stuff to the PC. I am too ashamed to say how come I was going round and round in circles. Well, I backed up my contacts on Suite and that looked just fine except now I think I have to do it over again because I discovered afterwards, half of them are on the Sim card. So I have to transfer them one by one to the phone memory then do over the back-up. I had put in an old sim that was cut down to avoid having to put them in manually.
For backing up on the memory card, I have to look for "business card". That's the name for it in Anna. I think it is good to know both ways so I'll practice that too.
First of all, I'm not into bashing anybody's technology. The competition between the technology giants works towards everyone's benefit. People buy according to their interest, preferences, needs, pockets and the performance of the phone, looked at collectively.
I recently got the opportunity to play around with a Galaxy Ace and after the N8, it was a real walk over. In minutes I was able to go through that phone with no sweat. My friend on the other hand needed help with my N8. I think the market will gravitate to "easy" phones because the market is flooded with customers whose needs are simple. It's like secondary and post-secondary school. Most people stop at the end of secondary school. They are the majority that determine the market.
Now, when I compare the two phones, all things considered, I'll say again - I LOVE my N8 and the challenges. A lazy brain would not like it, nor an unwilling one. It's a phone that "grows" in you and you learn something every day (at least I do).
I love the camera. We compared pictures taken by the both phones of my parrots, paying particular attention to the feather details. The N8 was ahead in details and colour. That is not to say that the Ace pictures were not good! Then, it has a larger memory than the Ace. My friend has a few apps on her phone and that's it - full.
Then it emerged that I can do more things with the N8 - front and back cameras, USB on-the-go, FM transmitter, Playing videos on my TV and a great recorder. We recorded something with both phones and the N8 got the "aye" for volume and reproduction. The recorder is a need (not a want) for me. I like the internet free GPS voice guidance and had real fun with it because it was not detailed for my tiny, insignificant island. I can't wait to try it out in N America which I hope to visit next year.
The N8 is all inclusive for my specific needs which are not necessarily someone else's. I hope that as I go along, that I will get some apps that will enhance its performance. I am getting plenty help and encouragement on this site because I am really clueless and therefore not the perfect candidate for the N8 :-) but people are pulling me along and I am a willing traveler (albeit, a slow one).
I also think that the N8 is quite elegant (with my decorations too) and well made with its aluminum body. Sure, it is a rectangle, but with a stylish difference. I think a lot of thought went into its OS and it is a pity that Nokia abandoned it. So this is my humble opinion of the N8 vs the Ace (the only other smartphone I've tried). I am sure that there are Android phones that can do what the N8 can do, but which ones and at what Price???? This is NOT an attempt to bash any phone or system nor persuade anybody for or against any phone but my personal views based on my very limited experience.
its a master piece dear troll.. Introduced 3yrs back ..still going strong,luk at the daily hits of iphone n this three yr old monster, z10 n sony z camera was way behind n8's legendary 12mp carl zeiss.... Not to mntion the s4 heater's 13mp that lacks the clarity n color of n8...so use ur common sense dear n stop bad mouthing..
walkman, 02 Aug 2013Nokia abandoned symbian, goole search why N8 failed. Nokia has drop sales on their phones. ... moreHey man, those days when crapple and samdung paid bullies to trashtalk the legendary N8 are over. Get a new job, you're kind of late. Start with reading the "Learn In 3 Steps How To Recover Your Washed Brain" book;)
we eat to live not live to eat except there are foodies. When cellphone mfg's compare Nokia could've dominated the whole industry. I personally have a hard feel 4 the Pioneer but end of the day i can't help..
only one car one company one brand one clothing line dznt sell....everything sells here from clothes n cars to perfumes n pastes...we chose wat suits us the most n thats best for us...m nt saying symbian n n8 n nokia is the best..its best for us who use this device n continue using this till it survives n den we'll chose the next best thing that suits us... I dnt knw why people get so personal abt all these things..