i want to knw abt CFW and "MONOLOUGE TRANSFORMe" and i want to flash my device with it. can u any1 plz send the procedure with the screen shots!!!! i want all of ur help and tell me abt its merits and demerits....waiting for ur wise reply....
How can u know n^86 Monologue/TRANSFORMe is running at 512Mhz... in changeloggin no one said there was an overclocking feature. I know man, the device is much faster but tell me why can u say that... is there a benchmarking app?
Jeizen12, 14 Apr 2011Why xenon flash is so rare in nokia phones unlike the k series of sony ericsson it almost have... moreXenon flash is useful ONLY for taking still photos and yes it makes for god photos but it cannot be used as a flashlight and more importantly as a video light in low light conditions. Finally, it is upto the designers to make three tradeoffs: great photo or video light.
[deleted post]Phone does not lock onto the home network after the phone is in a location with no network coverage? Anybody who is familiar with Nokia series phone (i have used models from 3310 to one of the latest) knows that phone will usually get the network after no network zone. Probably, the reason your phone does not do so is: Under Settings->Phone-> Network->Operator selection if the setting for this is manual, the phone MAY NOT be doing the auto search for home network. Please check your settings and good luck and please let me know whether this has solved your problem.
just flashed with Transforme and im puzzled. Contacts bar , effects, apps, i wonder why nokia arent this creative. Got a speed of 512mhz on Speedy go
I have the phone about 1 month. I can say this one with firmware 30.009 was fast and decent about performance in video-photo shooting and SO was normal. Now, S60v3 fp2 can be flashed with CFW (custom firmware) Im using "Monologue final TRANSFORMe" version. CPU and UI are much better and faster. Camera get improved and an importante change is contact bar in principal screen.
I took a shot http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/696/superscreenshot0004q.jpg/
So N86 in normal firmware is great, but in CFW is Terrific. No doubt, the best non touch phone ever made by nokia.
[deleted post]I have the phone for 14 months but not a single issue as yet. I have been thru similar circumtances but the phone performed well.
[deleted post]Funny. I didn't have these problems you mentioned. All of the n86 users I knew including me never had problems with it. It was fast, reliable and easy to use. You must have had bad luck with your unit.
[deleted post]i had used N86 about 2 years, and I nvr have any problem with My n86..
the thing that i always did is updating all the firmware/ software and take care of it.
i think you received bad N86.,
my suggestion is, go to Nokia Centre [please go to authorised service centre] and repair it
and I wonder .. why you dont claim your warranty..??
just go to service centre and ask them to repair or replace it/
they must repair your phone as stated in warranty
This is the best non touch device produced by Nokia. Recently i've flashed N^86 MONOLOGUE CFW and i can say my N86 is a new one.Camera get improved thanks to CWF an some modds. With original V30 final details in pics were blurry, now these one are sharp...
I was very excited about the N86 8MP when I got it 2 years ago. However, as I used the phone over the last 2 years, I have discovered many glitches and illogical features in the Symbian UI. For example, the phone log does not use seperate icons to distinguish a cell phone number from a home number in a contact. So, when I use the missed call log to return a call, I never know which number I am dialing unless I go through a series of menus to see the actual number. Also, the messaging software is terrible. So many unecessary clicks to input a contact and to send a message. Also, the message details such as sent time and number are all hidden and I cannot see this info without going through menus. Overall, the UI is very user unfriendly. The camera does live up to the expectation. Both pictures and videos are exceptionally crisp and colors are accurate. Though the double LED flash does not really help that much in long distance shot in the dark. But most phones are bad at that. My complaint would be the annoying loud shutter sound of the camera that cannot be turned off. When taking pictures in a quiet setting like during a wedding vow or a speech, it is extremely disruptive and embarassing. I have never been disappointed by a Nokia product until the N86. I do not recommend this phone.
I saw my friend's N86. I was amazed by the brilliance of lightly shielded AMOLED screen. The color is simply superb. it's like reading a paper with a glowing characters. On Touchscreen phone, most of this briliant AMOLED colors are filtered by the touch layer. i estimate a lost of around 20%.
i realy want to buy this phone can anybody tell how much does it cost...!
the N^86 Monologue successor of xprience indiana is out go grab it, and fall in love with S60v3 again .thanx to Strategist