it is not the matter of pakistan, wifi works! your Access point should be configured as internet server with DHCP. WIFI is PnP, it obtains everything automatically, you can't give a static ip to your N95. any more q, contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
is it possible to get msn on this phone? i can get it on a computer but as for this phone its hard to get on. plus via the wifi service does anyone else get stuck acsessing emails from www.msn.com or hotmail servies. i dont know how to set email up for this phone. please help me.
nokia n95 is the best phone in nokia n series phones.
it has the best features.
over all it is the the nice phone in year2008.
but its camera is not so good but proper in normal conditions
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does anyone knows if i can make a video call on skype over the videocall camera on the N95 8GB??
I have a question to one who live in Pakistan and using this handset that does wifi works in Pakistan or not
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I think corolla will be one of the best handset of nokia which will release in 2009 and it will get more importance than N95 or N95 8Gb
Hi everyone, would like to ask question, wonder if any of you knew the answer. I'm from Indonesia, just bought N95 8GB in July 2008. It seems that my ceel phone doesn't have the backlight. You know, the light that on and off repeadedly in front of the cell phone? Could itbe pssible that this is due to the product classification? certain country having different classification?
i rally wud like to know from all the lovers of n95, who know really well bout the phone...dat can i edit office files on this phone like MS WORD,MS EXCEL...And also make ppt throuch powerpoint... all this through THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE....CAN ALL THIS BE TRULY AND PERFECTLY DONE
tejas, 09 Nov 2008dude, when someone sends u file over bluetooth the file is saved in ur phone memory and thn we... morethanks for helping me out mate. dont suppose you know about the game part of that question do ya?? ever since av had a software update on phone a cant download games from o2 website or play games loaded on handset. all a can play is n-gage which is mint dont get me wrong. but be nice to use the n95 to its full extent. thanks for that other tip bdw with activating mass memory via message settings didnt know about that.
Kenzo, 07 Nov 2008This Multimedia device is sublime....u just need 2 knw how 2 use it....as your friend...hes go... moreSubscribing:
Yep! I too have been using it almost 7 months now, and it works perfectly. Did anyone notice, since the upgraded version 30, the auto-rotate transition is done instantly, without fading :) ? I guess I kinda liked the old transition style
mimz, 08 Nov 2008i have this gadget....what i experienced is that.very slow when connecting in PC..can someone ... moreYeah!
That's happening to mine, too! x(
I mean, wtf?! Is it USB 2.0, or what?! It's taking almost 1 hour to upload 2GB on the N95.
I thought 2.0 meant hi-speed. Well, I guess for Nokia not. Shame! :(
My father has one of this cellphone and already has about 667 songs and still very fast!! cool!!
Though your remarks are in spanish,let me tell you that this phone is one of the best smartphones ever made and yes it can receive pdf files as well as any file type if you upgrade your office software...
Have you noticed that a certain person throughout the GSM site owns several different phones.I think Anonymous is a fraud and works in a phone shop
i want this unit...but my dad had already buy
my 6500 slide...huhuhu
but I am also happy with my 6500 slide
but I thought that N95 8GB is better than mine..
I love this phone. This is the best I've had by far. The pictures and videos are just clear and even the sounds... I would definitely recommend this phone to others.
N95 is a serious business tool and the technology exceeds iphone in nearly all areas (my iphone was stolen and this is it's replacement)........ except iphone has a sexy case and user interface touch screen, that people love, I did love mine... the iphone as it stands is a usable phone and priced right at $299 (not considering the contract), the N95 8gb at around $800 - 1200... and priced too high... but there are things in the N95 you can't get in Blackberry's HTC's (don't worry the N95 will do anything they can do plus) or any other phone for that matter. You can dial a call on the first day, but Nokia is weak on a good user guide and every time you work to configure an application, you find a jewel and are launched in another direction. Don't expect help from the Nokia website either... maybe Nokia doesn't even understand the possibilities of this phone. This is also NOT a phone for the frustrated, get the Apple if you get nervous, you'll be days setting the N95 up and learning more and more features, your spouse will not be happy. Google has also embraced the new Symbian version software rumored to be open to all the techies and planning very cool things for the N95 and future models... Google Maps with integrated GPS on the N95 is stunning, I tested mine in Ukraine, true to the reviews I was about 200 meters away from my "pinpoint" location. iphone is not even close to that function. I'm 5 days with an N95 8gb and still don't know what I have... downloaded "Fring" now i can make internet calls and link with google, icq and yahoo chat.. among other clients. My business partner fell out of love with his new Blackberry.... the optional bluetooth keyboard and selectable audio/video outputs, makes the Hotel TV a computer monitor or break from the small screen for saved movies and music (most hotel tv's have good sound and stereo). My iphone didn't reach this level at all.. I'll save being able to download email attachments and editing ($50 upgrade required)... apple doesn't even consider this option and must figure you have your portable PC at your side..... from what I see, pack the N95 8gb and leave the laptop home... last thing would be the new model Nokia with u USB port... bet it comes soon