nokia comes up with these crazy phones and the prices are so up to the roof, you would have to be taller than it to get one.
People here have so many issues. If you're not content with N95 and it's way too complicated for you and it's giving you tons of problems, then resell your N95 and buy another phone from another brand. That's it. N95 8GB is so much better than N95 by a mile. Yes, the difference is big! N95 8GB will be my next phone. N95 looks cheap. But N95 8GB looks class. And by the way, Nokia has already discontinued N95's production. It will soon be obsolete.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970ya ur ryt n95 is the worst phone that has
ever been launced by nokia
oh...what I wouldnt do for an edit button >_<
bw..there is now an n95-5 which works only in japan and its unique 3g system
btw...n95-4 and n95-3 only works at one(?) network (n95-3 and n95-4 are only for the U.S.)if you would like to use it's 3g...
whilest the n95-1 and n95-2 works with alot of networks hehehe
heheheh sir anonymous the only difference in the n95-1 and n95-3 is the amount of ram inside...
64 for n95-1 and 128 for the n95-3
and n95-1 is the only n95 that has a lens cover in the n95 family...^_^
Manny, 20 Jun 2008something else, what the heck is that of n95-1 , n95-2, n95-3.... what are the differences?n95-1 is original version of the n95, n95-2 is the original 8gb version, n95-3 is the upgraded version of the original n95, i think the processor is better or sumthing if i can remember correctly, and the n95-4 is the upgraded version of the 8gb original, i think the diff in dat one is the bands it works on or sumthing, but my memory is a lil hazy on that, so im sorry if the differences are wrong.
Manny, 19 Jun 2008Do you people think I should buy this phone even being 2 year old already?, do people keep buy... morehey i bought dis phone like a month ago, its a really gud phone, i had my doubts about nokias becus of all da hype on dem, but dis phone is truly worth it, very few phones that are better are worth getting( n82-ugly as hell and smaller screen, and n95-8gb, u pay quite a bit more for wat, .2inch bigger screen, and loss of camera lens cover(which is a must for me), the 8gb makes no diff really, cus n95 can support up to 8gb cards)... so really dis phone is worth it,
oh but if i were to suggest another phone, id say samsung g810... jsut came out recently where i live and was like, bummer... i wanted that one(it is a lil more though), but anyhow, there is nothing wrong wit this phone and shud definitely be an option. :)
something else, what the heck is that of n95-1 , n95-2, n95-3.... what are the differences?
Do you people think I should buy this phone even being 2 year old already?, do people keep buying it? I am very interested in this one but don't really like that fact...some people say it will last some more years until the same nokia comes with a better one but don't know...i need someone to convince me please...
latrotteuse, 19 Jun 2008Well, I purchased an N-95-3 in April from a web vendor in Canada, I was charging it only until... moreDo one small but useful trick. Remove you battery completely from your handset. Keep it away for 1 min. Then by slightly touch your tongue to the golden stripes of the battery. Its embarrassing but works sometimes. Put your battery again into handset and start the phone. But before doing this make sure your battery has some power remaining in to it. If it can't work try to insert another N95 battery into your handset and try to switch it on.
I recently upgraded my N95-3 to the newest firmware. it's amazing. The phone starts up faster, goes through menus faster, sarts camera faster, goes through gallery faster. My available ram is always around 85mb. I can watch youtube videos now thanks to the embedded flash player. I don;t think i ever want to get rid of it. well not until Nokia releases the S60 touch interface.
Well, I purchased an N-95-3 in April from a web vendor in Canada, I was charging it only until indicator full but phone was lasting fewer hours every day (like 12 or less) so service provider here asked if I had conditionned the battery, I said no, (never seen instructions to that effect)so I then charged it for 24 hours after having it for a week, I could never power the phone on again. I had to send the phone to a service center in the states as this phone isn't yet on the Canadian market officially. Five weeks later, I get my phone back, the note saying they had updated software and reset phone. I charged my phone overnight and this morning I can't power it on. I'm depressed.
Some tips while buying N95. Make sure seal is in position. In any case don't buy box without Nokia Seal on it. Open your box and put mobile on charging till it get fully charged. While charging the mobile press *#06# to check IMEI number. Verify the same with your handset. In 99% it should be the same, if not contact your dealer asap. Don't forget to take Seal or Signature of your dealer on the back of warranty book provided in the box. It is very necessary for claiming warranty. And afcourse original purchase receipt. Don't open plastic immd until you check your phone is working properly in every situation. Once you are satisfied with it you can start using it. And for example if you bought it from carphonewarehouse uk or something, which is Pay as you go phone, never open your sim card if you want to return the handset.
Yes. When you will open your mobile box first time. Charge your mobile until full battery indicator. It is advisable for long run of battery. But its not mandatory.
adam, 18 Jun 2008hey poeple
i having a problem with my phone...
when one of my contacts rings me only their... moreDear Adam,
Check ur contact names, this happens when u save same number with more than 1 name.
latrotteuse, 19 Jun 2008Hi there, I have been looking for information regarding the charging of the battery, especiall... moreYes, if you aim to keep your phone for 2 or 3 years and do not want the cost of replacing the battery later, due to it not charging fully.
Conditioning is a pain, but it gets your battery working optimally. Can you imagine needing to make an urgent call but the battery does not last as long as it should have - if only you had conditioned it!
Hi there, I have been looking for information regarding the charging of the battery, especially at first, do we really need to condition this battery, charging it for 24 hours and discharging it completely and do 2 more recharges of 12 hours? I find a lot of contradictory info on the net. Thanks for your time.