So that's that with the development of Nokia Ovi Suite 2.0. The application has now officially graduated from Beta status and its version 220.127.116.11 release is already being distributed to current beta users as we speak.
In the words of Nokia BetaLabs developers, the new Nokia Ovi Suite 2.0 is now "the one and only Nokia desktop application" phasing out the use of the various separately available desktop apps by Nokia such as Nokia PC Suite, Nokia Nseries PC Suite, Nokia Ovi Suite, Nokia Software Updater, Nokia Map Loader, Nokia Music, Nokia Lifeblog, Nokia Photos, Nokia Device Status, and Nokia PC Suite Enterprise Edition.
The existing Ovi Suite 2.0 beta users can get the release through the Web update, while the rest can find it at the Nokia website. The Ovi Suite will also be making its way into product CD/DVDs in Nokia handsets retail packages.
According to the Finish company the final version of the Ovi Studio has made the best use of the massive feedback it has received from the beta testers. The issues should all be solved and the app should be much more stable (and hopefully even more useful) now.
Currently Nokia Ovi Suite 2.0 supports exactly 142 different device models from Nokia (the number grows beyond 200, if you count in all different variants). You can download it by following this direct link (Windows OS, around 88MB).
If it still isn't exactly what you need, don't worry - Nokia are already working on the next version with the next Beta coming up in a few months.
Guess what? Maemo already has the gnu toolchain and an api. What were you saying?
where does this no mms thing come from on the n900? thats retarded if so lol
Oh and one more thing. Before the xpressmusic and the n97, nokia fans were saying that the iphone touchscreen will quickly pass. That it would be a short-lived trend. Now that nokia is releasing a bunch of full touchscreen phones, you guys changed...