Vyasan , 08 Jun 2011Hiii guys,i does not recommend to purchase this phone.i read some reviews from net &i buy ... moreThis mobile/tablet its not for fun boys. It's hacker's first choice, developer/programmer choice. If you want funny faces on your screen, buy funny Android, so you can watch wippers on the weather widget... i repeat: N900 it's not a toy for fun boys.
Bill, 07 Jun 2011Thing is though that MeeGo.org is just providing the Core OS. That mobile UI is just for demo ... moreOK now that is some news!
I liked the Cordia-Hildon UI. Hope it comes out soon for Meego!
Thanks for the link.
Hiii guys,i does not recommend to purchase this phone.i read some reviews from net &i buy that phone.but i am absolutely sucks.its os was hard to use.less battery back up.if we continuously use its battery power only for last 2 hrs.it cant be installd java and nimbuzz like social service applications.realy a mad phone.if you want a touch and slide qwerty phone.bye a n97 mini RM-555 type.that is more easy to use and get more battery back up.how is new E7 please anybody can help me?
does anyone know how to fix those problems in N900?like my fone restarts by itself
anonym, 03 Jun 2011I have this N900 and it has java. i actually have lots of games that require java for it to wo... morei have been trying to install documents to go on my n900 without sucess. there seem to be a conflict between its sucessful installation and an existing application. can anyone help pls. thanks
AnonD-1304, 07 Jun 2011Yes, I am aware of Meego=Maemo + Moblin of intel.... My point was... Nokia should have never c... moreThing is though that MeeGo.org is just providing the Core OS. That mobile UI is just for demo purposes. OEMs are free to put their own UI on top of MeeGo, as long as it adheres to the community guidelines.
Somebody is porting Hildon, Maemo's UI, to MeeGo now. The project is called Cordia:
Bill, 07 Jun 2011Also, MeeGo isn't a purely Nokia solution; it's a combination of Maemo, which is Nokia's, and ... moreYes, I am aware of Meego=Maemo + Moblin of intel.... My point was... Nokia should have never combined maemo with moblin but rather they should have continued to develop Maemo further and they would have achieved better success. I still believe Maemo UI is far superior than Meego and had lot of potential. Anyways, game plan is all changed now.
AnonD-1304, 07 Jun 2011Finally I installed Meego 1.2 in my N900. It is very slow. UI is not impressive. It's really u... moreAlso, MeeGo isn't a purely Nokia solution; it's a combination of Maemo, which is Nokia's, and Moblin, which was a mobile Linux distro that Intel was working on. Therefore, Maemo + Moblin = MeeGo.
I do think MeeGo has a bright future, judging from some of the OEM demo devices that were presented at the most recent MeeGo conference. And, there are going a be a few devices released with it this year. Please see the below:
Nokia became top heavy and couldn't move quickly enough with it. However, others seem to be doing just fine with it.
AnonD-1304, 07 Jun 2011Finally I installed Meego 1.2 in my N900. It is very slow. UI is not impressive. It's really u... moreIt's slow because it's a 'Developer Edition'. Therefore, it's non-optimized and probably still contains debugging code.
Finally I installed Meego 1.2 in my N900. It is very slow. UI is not impressive. It's really unfortunate that Nokia killed a beautiful OS 'Maemo' to bring Meego only later to ditch for Windows! I just hope final Meego release is much better, but I doubt it can bring back the sparkle of a Maemo user!
chanti, 06 Jun 2011is that phone access 3g&4g?read more iphonemore like 3.5g
new n900 user, 04 Jun 2011guys may i ask a question
how can i be able to bring back the apps from the phone's applica... moreHere's info on overclocking the N900 http://wiki.maemo.org/Overclocking
I'm running mine at 950 Mhz, with no problems whatsoever, and it's really fast! :)