Freak, 18 Dec 2010It have 16M color screen, the info is not correct ... dohthanks for your comment dude.but in the gsmarena page is noted that it has 65k colours
For some reason now, I can play Facebook videos without the need to use flashtweak.
[deleted post]I am also having the N900. But it is not rubbish.
i am planning to switch to HTC as well,cos Maemo is no more supported & it is dying.
it is little bit harsh to say N900 is Rubbish..
bomber pie, 18 Dec 2010hey can anyone help me on how to install the sudo gainroot.?? thanks and more power...
the ph... moreto enable sudo gainroot
you need to install rootsch in extra dev and testing
Satio, 17 Dec 2010i think is good but 65K IS SO BAD FOR n900 with this price i think C7&satio are perfectScreen has 16 million colors
hey can anyone help me on how to install the sudo gainroot.?? thanks and more power...
the phone is perfect.but the same problem that i cant play any movies from FB
Rajesh Dwivedi, 17 Dec 2010Hey guys i found an application called " sudo gainroot ". download this application ... moreThis is a good app to have.
For instance, I had a problem with the Flash Player, it was not playing certain flash sites after a while.
I used the 'sudo gainroot' app in relation withe the xterminal.
It allowed me to uninstall the flash player then re installing it. Sorted the problem out !
I used the commands:
apt-get remove adobe-flash* (hit the return key).
apt-get install adobe-flash* (again, juat press the return key).
Hardik, 18 Dec 2010Hi Guys, I feel very bad by writing my First bad experience with Nokia.. :( I love my N9... moreMy advise to you & since it is new, go and exchange it with HTC Desire HD or Samsung Galaxy S. you will not regret.
azlerckx, 17 Dec 2010its better to buy an n900 than to n97 i have this one so thats why i choose iti can bet you dont have n97
I have'it for 1 year now and i'm not consider selling it. Now i'm running latest os 20.2010.36-2 and 900mhz kernel aver 2 months now.The only probleam i've had was the back cover, but is normal after 1 year of daily use, and i ordered a new one(25$ plus a new stylus 2$).
Battery is about 2 days of normal use and 1day of hard use.
Buy it wihout hesitation.
I feel very bad by writing my First bad experience with Nokia.. :(
I love my N900 tablet very much.. So I felt more bad when something went drastically wrong with it a week ago..
I was watching a movie on it & suddely, it started rebooting.. I didnt understand what happened so I removed the battery & inserted it again & started the phone with power button.. But.... BANG......
The phone never started on Since then.. I googled for this problem & found that there are many people like me in the world who have experienced such thing. I was more surprised by the fact that Nokia never spoke about such defect.. I found one solution from Nokia Europe support & ran the flasher program in rd mode to flash the ram.. BUT, Nothing happened..
I finally went to Nokia care.. Since, I bought this phone from UAE, the Premium nokia care here in India refused to take my phone..
I am a Nokia fan so i felt more hurt when i had such experience with device as well as care center..
Finally, I decided to send the phone back to UAE from where i had purchased it.. i hope they will consider this phone in warranty period (i bought it in oct 2010) & will either send me the fixed one or the new handset.. or else, i will have to accept this hard fact that my money with this tablet has drowned off..
I'm a bit confused which phone to buy. I want a good performance smartphone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and an open source operating system. I eventually narrowed down on three models:
Nokia N900 (Maemo)
HTC Desire Z (Android)
Motorola Milestone 2 (Android)
Desire Z looks great - except that it has a dodgy slide-out mechanism that looks like it might break any day.
Milestone 2 is good, but I heard people complaining about its battery life and also, here in the UK, hardly any service provider seems interested in selling that phone.
That leaves the N900, which looks fantastic in every way. BUT, I have some apprehensions:
1. It has a resistive touchscreen, so my fear is, it might keep responding to every random pressing while it's in my pocket. How bad is that problem?
2. I visited so many shops here in UK and they all tell me that this phone as well as Maemo have now been discontinued. So is that going to be a problem if, heaven forbid, if something goes wrong and I need customer support from Nokia?
3. It looks a bit too bulky (especially thickness).
Does anyone have any comments about these issues? Many thanks.
Plz people help me. I am confused. N8 or n900? I think nokia has stopped working with N900 application. Is it true?