no n8 hater can prove this phone isnt the best to get 13million plus hits in just one year is amazing most phones have not got half way in 2 years come admit it n8 is the BEST
eddman, 24 Apr 2011I hate it when n8fanclub does not give the link to the source.
Here, original and full arti... moreYes i see ur point.I am just sort of getting into the N8 swing of things.All i know is that my mate about 30 miles away has it and he said you have to go out of your way to notice this purple tint fiasco.He stated that i will be surprised by the battery stamina.
Have swayed from nokia this past 6 months to SGS and darkys roms but nokia/symbian is pulling me back,its always does.Before SGS had multi n-series devices but main fone for 12 months was e72.It seems a long way from my 7650 nearly 8 yrs ago.When you have used symbian for so long it stays engrined in you.
sammi giggs, 24 Apr 2011will you stop pointing pple to other pples posts in different forums, do you have a set thats ... moreSpare them some flack? We've been banging at Nokia's door since January and it's been almost 5 months now! That's plenty of time for them to make adjustments. Look buddy, what you're trying to do here is defending Nokia's inability to solve the issue. If there are clear cut solutions to this problem then it would have been known on the net in no time. So far, Nokia keeps telling us to take our defective N8s to NCCs but even the NCCs don't have the defect free screens. This wouldn't have been an issue if this defect is being addressed properly but it's not! Nokia is making us go around in circles.
how can i play flv in full screen
all avi and rmbv can played in full screen and i can choose what i want
theres a problem in full screen for flv files
can anybody help me in this
i think nokia is the best product and always create a pretty good model for all. Nokia N8 is a great handset for them who need a bright and good photo capture in HD... Stop talking a bad thing about this model. Cause i think all of the product had their own weakness... Keep Moving Nokia....
philm, 24 Apr 2011A nice review explaining nokia low cpu clock rate.
http://www.n8fanclub.com/2011/02/review-... moreI hate it when n8fanclub does not give the link to the source.
Here, original and full article:
On topic; to all those who are saying N8's hardware is lacking, just read this article and you'll know.
suppose to buy I-phone but changed my mind, and bought N8 best mobile ever :D
finally!..an app similar to talking tom for symbian!..:)
A nice review explaining nokia low cpu clock rate.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2011Nokia admited the defect and they told us that the new defect free screens are now in stock so... morewill you stop pointing pple to other pples posts in different forums, do you have a set thats got some problem, Nokia does not have a factory in every country of the world, spare them some flack. all I know is that however long it takes this problem will be sorted, for real, before talking to your local NCC or the store you bought your set in, talk to Nokia hq on the nokia webpage, highlight your problem and am sure they are going to respond to you within a day or in hrs if not minutes, this are practical pple whio offer suport top Nokia owners, if thats not service then I do not know what is, othrwise stop trolling, and mark you I am not downplaying the awareness thing cause thru this infor I was able to conduct the screen test before agreeing to take my set
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2011You see that guy who made that thread? That's buxz777. He sent his N8 and got his screen repla... moreYes, I've read that thread and know about him. The thing is that some people are trying to make us believe that ALL of these units are defective, which isn't the case.
NCCs might change the display and put yet another problematic display in its place. If they do, then you must put them under pressure until they fix it. Sue them if you have to. You've paid for the phone and they must give you proper service.
There are people who returned they devices and received a fixed unit.
If I decide to by an N8, I'd check it in the shop, and even examine it with that testing picture.
[deleted post]you are getting emotional, nobody has denied anyu of your claims, when you admit that yours has been replaced, dont you think you admit that nokia is doing something? the replaced set still is on waranty, am just sorry for you you have to take it back, when you are getting the replacement if at all you have one, why dont you conduct the screen test and if you find the same problem ask for another one untill you get the right thing, dont yopu think you have a ryt to the product you have paid for? all am saying is be practical, and stop calling people fanboys, bringing apple up was just to show you how others are being treated and the fact that Nokia admits responsibility is a plus for them to anyone doing business with them, period
sammi giggs, 24 Apr 2011nobody has denied there are sets that are defective, the fact that Nokia admits is a huge stat... moreNokia admited the defect and they told us that the new defect free screens are now in stock so a fellow member of nokiausers.net, buxz777 sent his N8 to get the screen replaced but it was replaced with a defective screen. To add more insult, there are now dust particles underneath the screen of his N8.
Admitting the defect is one thing but the more important thing is getting the affected units fixed which Nokia fails to do until now.
[deleted post]nobody has denied there are sets that are defective, the fact that Nokia admits is a huge statement of responsibility, then again Nokia is ready to address the problem, remeber Iphone statement about the signal bars, "it the way you hold the set" was that responsible, or Samsung producing the wave 1 and because it was expensive to produce the super amoled screens silently benching it n even denying it some firmware upgrades? please lets be practical and stop trolling when we cannot lay our hands on a set. am a proud owner of the N8, Samsung Wave S8500, Nokia N95 8gb and the 5800xm, I aint bashing any, am I
eddman, 24 Apr 2011Here:
See, there are N8s wit... moreYou see that guy who made that thread? That's buxz777. He sent his N8 and got his screen replaced with a defective screen. There are perfect N8s out there but they are hard to find. You are downplaying an issue in which Nokia themselves adilmitted and has yet to provide a proper solution to the problem.
You guys think I'm trolling for trying to get the public aware of the defect? I'm just trying to get the people aware so they won't fall for a defective N8. What do you guys think you are doing then? Trying to cover up the defect eh?
I wonder if any kind soul can help? Recently, I receieved a picture send to me by bluetooth and selected the image for call. Thereafter, whenever there is a call, this picture pops up. May I know how to remove this. Thanks.
[deleted post]stop being a troll, I got the set about a week ago, 10 days to be precise, I did the screen test and no problem, do you have the set? I am no fanboy, I have the 5800 xm and it had issues, I took it to NCC it was sorted, the problem cropped up agin and I was issued a new set. thats practical, at least as you claim, the sets are being sorted, and apparently the problem will be sorted out for good for those who got the defective units, by trolling do you think you are going to stop me from enjoying my set? if you do not have an N8, go get yourself one then now you can be positive, many here are bashing the N8 yet they do not own it, envy I should say, grow up please. if it is an awareness campaign, its not working cause N8 still leads
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2011Then how come Nokia is unable to provide us with a proper solution and how come they are repla... moreHere:
See, there are N8s without that problem. Now stop trolling.
YES, you might buy an N8, and it might be defective, BUT it does not mean all of them are. Return your defective unit immediately, and push on until they give you a proper unit or fix your problem.
eddman, 24 Apr 2011Yes, the purple tint issue is real, but it only affected a small percentage of N8s. Hell, even... moreThen how come Nokia is unable to provide us with a proper solution and how come they are replacing defective units with defective units if it only affects a small percentage? The screens they are using to replace a defective screen also have the defect and that brings you nowhere.
It may appear like only a small percentage of units are affected as the majority of N8 owners are unaware of the defect.
Stop downplaying the defect and there are no official percentage stats on how much defective N8s are out there in the wild.