i get more girls to buy this phone hahah good marketing plan hahah
i want to hack my phone but no how to do...its rather complicated to me(im noob)
my fw ver is, 21.0.045
Redsun, 29 May 2010I wish to transfer all the installed applications from Phone memory to Mass memory on My Nokia... moreYou have to uninstall applications from C and re install on mass memory.Sorry, I dont think you can transfer it.
I have a nokia N97, and it is a splendid phone which ever way you look at it. However its giving me a hard using it as a modem or connecting to the internet when i change the simcards for different service providers. It is unable to to automatically prioritise on the settings for the service provider that is at use at that moment.
I wish to transfer all the installed applications from Phone memory to Mass memory on My Nokia N97. Please help.
58Robin 00, 27 May 2010What a brilliant phone! I recently offloaded my BB 9700 Bold, to fund a purchase for the N97. ... moreMy experience is very similar to yours. The phone is buggy and sluggish out of the box. After upgrading the phone software and reinstalling the email widget (the only one that needed reinstalling after the software upgrade), it has been very stable and smooth. It's too bad that people have to endure these growing pains at the start. I found that it was worth my effort as I love the N97 once it is stable.
This is my first time using a smartphone, so I don't have much experience with other models. It seems that I have to treat a smartphone like a computer where once you get it, you need to download the latest patches and service packs. All of the previous (non-smart) phones I've ever used never had any problems.
sonyericsson w960i is better than n97 in music playing on handsfree and speaker volume. any attempt from another observer plss reply too, its a competition here. thanks for your reply.
Things come and things go but some things choose to stay and nokia n97 is one of those things.no matter what the tech specs chart speak today,they are just add ons to what n97 already offers.nothing can beat it.its complete and perfect.
whats the use of such a huge screen and huge memory if you cant watch a complete movie on it.m speaking of dell streak aNd nokia n8.how can they forget to include a kickstand,what a miss! so no matter how much you love your phone you wont be able to hold it longer than 15 mins to watch a video,forget about watching movies.surfing web on my n97 is a sheer pleasure and the experience has been like no other.you can type email on it faster than any qwerty device in the market,thanks to its tilt and slide screen and physical qwerty keyboard.nobody can match apple's capacitive touch screen typing capability.so if its not apple,a physical qwerty keyboard is a must.
with nice software upgrades,my n97 has got even better,more free ram and snappier performance.the audio quality with correct equalizer settings will definitely bewilder you.give it a try.
and am happy that its no more into production because such beautiful things need to be rare.n97 still befits the Kings' throne,N8 is just a flagship..or you can say a prototype for testing their new OS sym^3.
its a great mobile but its out of range from my pocket.
i want this mobile at a afortable price
i want this mobile so pls avelable this mobile at a simple prices
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What a brilliant phone! I recently offloaded my BB 9700 Bold, to fund a purchase for the N97. I was truly dissapointed with the Blackberry. Ok, I must add that it was my first BB, after coming from a long line after almost exclusive Nokiaring (made that word up:-)
Back to my comment: After my first week, I learned the hard way and first hand what all the fuss regarding the phone's flaws was about. Really buggy software. Phone froze continuesly, apps would disappear then reappear, music went missing, scrolling the web was such a chore, especially when comparing it to my 5800XM I hold in my other hand.
But then I checked out some blogs, found out I was still running the original flawed V20 software. I logged onto Nokia.com, loaded the latest software update, now I own (in my personal opinion) the best Nokia I laid my hands on so far, and this is a short list of my most recent Nokias: N-Gage, 6600, 6680 N82, N95, N96, 5800XM. So I don't know, but I think I kinda can have the opinion I have, right?
In closing, if you're not the kinda person who regularly messes around with the inner workings of phones, or the type who "just need a phone to make calls" then I wouldn't recommend the N97, cause you will have to get your "hands dirty" technically.
Can't wait to get my hands the N900 next :-)
this version is so so bad and can't used in hard work althogh its price is high.
nokia care in Egypt do nothing for repairing any problem of this kind of mobilephones.
I do't know what mean by warranity and there is no repairing of troubles
high price and many options mean good mobile not bad mobile such like Nokia