el0w guys lalu n s mga kabayans..kabagangs..katoto!
G0t n95 8gb, Just wanNa ask, h0w cAn i install rotateme apps on my f0ne? I read an instructi0n w/c says u hav 2go thru series of registrati0ns, d0wnloads, etc..but d 1st ting is dat i can register in one site, i cnt rmember symbiangalaxy.c0m yta, i cnt register bcoz my email addres is invalid or any other public or free email sites such as yah0o, g0ogle, msn,etc, well wat email sites are n0t free or valid? Anyone pls gve me simple steps and tips h0w 2 d0wnl0ad and install r0tateme apps..pls.ü th0se hu wud lyk 2send me email may do so, hir's my add firstname.lastname@example.org
im planning to buy the n95 8gb..were can i download the rotateme 2.0..cuz i saw it on youtube & its cool!!Pls tell me CGE NA PLS!!!
Hi.. i'm from indonesia.. i want to ask some question, please answer me, thanks
yesterday i heart from my friend, he sold his n95 8gb because the phone are hang several times.. so do you guys have this same problems?? and what do you choose between n82 and n95 8 gb ...?
about skype on network "3" in section compatible mobile there is n95 http://threestore.three.co.uk/payg/default.aspx?id=1266
Is there a way of displaying contacts name and phone number in received/missed calls?
*#06# - IMEI Number
*#92702689# - warranty code
*#0000# - model and firmware version
*#7780# - restore overall settings
*#7370# and enter 12345- restart mobile
*#62209526# - Mac address
I got my N95 8GB two week ago. It easy to use
only thing I did not like. Please see list
1- No camera lens protector
2- No RDS system for the FM radio
3- Below average GPS performance, no 3rd party apps support
4- Extra charges for voice assisted navigation
5- Cannot edit office documents
6- No card slot
7- Doesn't charge when connected to USB
Please think becarefull before you buy. Hope
NOKIA will evaluate again for next phone./.
Got to go now...it's 11:35 AM here in PHIL. Call for Lunch break then shower then drive going Manila to fetch my UNICA HIJA! Keep in touch mates!
Mate go to your Menu/Video center/option/setting/Default access point then select ALWAYS ASK. Make sure your broadband connection is active e.g.WLAN (wifi)...Good Luck!
I could either use WLAN or network from my service provider; however, it give me no option to select connection. So not quite sure how I would change the setting.
I was able to get through Inside Sony Pictures in our Video Center program. I selected the connection WLAN (wifi) internet connection. Likewise, I was able to play the Trailer of Da Vinci Code and Monster House but the fluidity of the videos are not as smooth as playing DVD movie. I guess my connection wasn't fast enough! Mate, it's a matter of CONNECTION. If 3G doesn't work for you then its a Network related problem! Consult your network provider!
I will see what I can do with your problem re: Sony Picture (video center). Where is this site? Are there any options other than 3G regarding the downloading? Have you tried connecting to GPRS or wifi instead?
Sorry mate! No word yet from Mr. Samir Oueldi re: NOKMOTE! Keep in touch! Until then let's keep on praying and dreaming! hahaha! LOL!
RotateMe version 2.0 BETA 4 is now available. Pls read below form the author/maker of RotateMe Mr. Samir Oueli
Thank you for your kind donation.
Here is the fourth and the last beta of rotateMe !
(don't forget to install N95AccelerometerPlugin.sis if you didn't
This version is unsigned, to sign it for your phone please follow these
I'm very sorry for all who have troubles with signing process, but I'm
able to sign the file for all of you.
For nokmote and my next apps, some friends will help me to sign the
so a certificate for your phone will be also sent with the betas.
to sign yourself and easily all unsigned apps, including rotateMe)
- Auto-rotation of the screen ( in portrait (0°) and landscape (90°)
- NEW: A hotkey to activate/deactivate auto-rotation: Press pen +
- To reduce the battery consumption, auto-rotation is deactivated:
* After a delay of inactivity defined in the settings
* During a phone call (New in this beta: Also during dialing)
* When the keypad is locked
- NEW: A user interface
- NEW: Settings:
* Sensitivity: Better than words, look at this schema:
30 (high): The screen will rotate as soon as the phone is in
portrait postion (according to the sensitivity range)
0 (low): You have to keep the phone rotated for a while
Low reactivity prevents unwanted rotation when the phone is shaked
* Auto Start: Auto launch rotateMe at phone boot
* Inactivity Delay: After this inactivity delay, auto-rotation will be
stopped. Press a key to reactivate auto-rotation
* Priority: High priority allow a better reactivity when big apps are
* System App. : When activated, prevent rotateMe to be closed by the OS
low RAM conditions,
I will wait for your feedbacks for one or two days. If no major bug is
reported I will publish the final and public release of rotateMe.
In this beta the help file is not written. It will be done for the
Thank you again for your support and your feedbacks !!!
A last mail will be sent for the final release.
Mate, Im apology for posting N95-3 3G capability with AT&T! I just got into this forum recently which someone have commented..." I can answer the question clearly- the N95 8 GB will not work with US 3G spectrum, the N95 8 GB supports only 2100 Mhz WCDMA spectrum, some US carrier will use 850 Mhz WCDMA and in the future 1700 Mhz WCDMA. As mentioned earlier it will surely work with GSM/EDGE in USA on AT&T/Cingular"...this is unofficial by the way! Pls visit this site http://discussions.europe.nokia.com/discussions/board/message?board.id=smartphones&message.id=61106 . The best way to verify this issue is to go to your nearest AT&T and make the inquiry! Good Luck!
brill handset was on the mobile internet today 3.5g download speeds are fast
I was actually asking about the N95 8GB. None the less, the link you gave me was very helpful. But I am still in the mist in rather the N95 8GB would be 3G capable in here or not. Someone please help! =]
Nokia envisions a future (hopefully a short-term future) where our mobile phones will be able record video in full HD-quality. It’s going to be a few years, but we should be sufficiently distracted with higher-megapixel cameras and ever faster data connection in the meantime - dare I mention ever more innovative UI’s?
“It’s coming. Technically, we are a couple of years away,” Nokia’s Chief Technology Officer Tero Ojanpera told Reuters in an interview. “It’s still a few years away.” And, with Nokia’s ability to crank out high-tech handsets out of Espoo like none-other, there’s no doubt that we’ll be seeing some sort of HD recording through Carl Zeiss optics.
If not Nokia, then another manufacturer is bound to eventually bring HD-quality video recording to market. We may soon be using HDTV-lingo while shopping for our mobile phones. What’s that? You want a phone with an 8 megapixel Carl Zeiss camera, broadband-killing wireless data, GPS, and a 720p HD video camera? No problem, just grab your checkbook.