anish, 19 Oct 2010what software can i update for my samsung omnia hd?you can download my game need for speed 2010 for free here
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Symbios, 24 Oct 2010But on the other hand an Android device may be worth a try ;)hmmm, bro let me tell u n8 defeats each n every hands in camera section, but its seems like a 1 year old phone specifications wise. it has a weak speaker.screen size is small. no led flash,weak processor and ram. ok stop it here. i m waiting for desire hd. u go for n8. then we will discuss about both the handsets. hahaha
sajad khan, 24 Oct 2010and 1 more thing, lack of led flash means no vedios at night and no torch at all. and had u se... moreSajad,
The Nokia N8 is an upgrade from the OmniaHD! Name one device which has all the multimedia strength of the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD! The Nokia N8! If you bought the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD for what it can do, then buying any device apart from the Nokia N8 will served to be less than adequate! The Nokia N8 has picked up where the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD left off and improved where it failed! I admit its not the best device available, but it is the best multimedia device available! The iPhone, Samsung Epic 4G, HTC Desire HD and any other iOS or Android device will hands down beat the N8 at web-browsing, texting, user-friendliness, speed and power but most of these devices lack basic smartphone functionality such as bluetooth file transfer, poor loudspeaker output, browser flash support, no file manager, no memory card slot, no desktop client like Ovi Suite, Poor reception, OTA upgrades and updates, UDP [user data preservation], no multitasking and restricted media formats! I can't sacrifice any of these basic functions just to have a smooth UI experience! Its an unfair sacrifice too me....i'll stick with symbian and MeeGo! So i'm getting the Nokia N8!
symbios, 18 Oct 2010Overclocking is usually unstable but since it was introduced to the i8910 i haven't seen any i... moreand 1 more thing, lack of led flash means no vedios at night and no torch at all. and had u seen desire hd's boot speed. on you tube. man it took only 1 sec to boot up. i know thats not wat we r lokking for but.....
Symbios, 18 Oct 2010Umar Khan No one can say that Android or iOS are no good!! They are the leading OS in the m... moreman, i was also going for n8 but after holding my teacher's n8 in my hand, i came to the conclusion that it is just an omnia hd with xenon flash and weak music strenght. and also the xenon is not that much powerful unlike n82's xenon flash that was a gaint xenon. so i suggest u to wait for htc desire hd. i will definetely go for desire hd.
Canopus, 22 Oct 2010Can you put the direct link of Hyperx 8-32?
i appreciate you if you put the direct link and t... morethis is the link to HX-V8-32
this is the webpage with the flashing instructions:
Anonymous, 20 Oct 2010just download hyperx v8-32 , it will fix all the problems like delay on video recording
i use... moreCan you put the direct link of Hyperx 8-32?
i appreciate you if you put the direct link and tutorial
S, 29 Sep 2010I just want an answer for my question:
is the video recording of I8910 Omnia HD acceptable wi... morejust download hyperx v8-32 , it will fix all the problems like delay on video recording
i used it for 1 week now and its great , really fast and have a lot of eye candy ;)
The phone uses standard Java, Sis, Sisx, Wgz which I think is the wigit flash type applications.
Many of Nokia files & themes work S60 V5. Mobilesmania is a good site for software, themes and other support.
I love the I8910, I've been using the N95 for 3 years previously. Buying the i8910 in 2010 is currently affordable, while i think its hardware is better that many of Nokia's high end devices which cost three times as much. Together with the benefits of custom firmware helps a great deal. With some additional tweaks, using OVI maps & other nokia software is easy.
Battery power like with the N95 is a slight issue however i get much better performance with the I8910 with much better, A day's use of the camera, video recording, gps, calls etc & it lasts without having to worry too much about the power running out, just charge at the end of the day & your all right.
I have to say samsung appears to be the letdown while the development community (hx & others) has kept the phone going.
I think a few final improvement & a few ports of symbian 3 functions could keep this phone going for years instead of having to get those new fancy expensive devices. It would have been nice to have symbian 3 on this as the phone is quite capable but its probably too much work to develop this.
If i stayed with Nokia, I might have got the X6 which in comparison is more expensive & inferior device. Thankfully samsung released this phone which was in its time miles ahead of the rest & still is in many ways.
guyz have u all seen the microsoft giving demo videos of their new windows phone 7. it means that wm7 can b flashed on omnia hd. if v got the way to do dt this phone will b a great kick ass to latest n costly wm7 phone.i m in search of that if any1 got smthng dn plz share.
symbios, 18 Oct 2010Overclocking is usually unstable but since it was introduced to the i8910 i haven't seen any i... moreHaha!! well that i will hope that n8 doesnt get to keep ur attention fr long and v, at some point can exchange our views on android too!!!
Desire Hd is not available atm for me but rumours say it will be by the end of this month so i hope i'm gonna get myself 1 in the next month :)
In my opinion i believe that symbian days are over. It was a powerful OS when it first arrived but today there are so many other amazing OS's to consider. Android software is amazing. According to stats By 2014 there will be barely any symbian users and android will be the leading OS. I was always a symbian fan but now it's time for android.
Umar Khan, 18 Oct 2010Overclocking is one thing that too is not stable IMO. What i have heard of Android, i think it... moreOverclocking is usually unstable but since it was introduced to the i8910 i haven't seen any instability!! But like i said, i love tweaking and modding and since symbian is the pinnacle of modding and tweaking i tend to lean towards symbian!! I love the playful and colorful look of android and their device have alot to offer, like u said the browser is amazing, the UI is very unique and its a powerful OS.... i will try Android but right after im fed up with the n8 :)
Umar Khan, 18 Oct 2010Thanks buddy for your input. For me iphone never stands a chance. Used both 3G and 3gs for ove... moreUmar Khan,
Android is as open as symbian! and the nokia n8 jsut like the n80, n82, n85 and n86 were all meant to be high-end camera phones, whilst the n95 was meant to be groundbreaking.... i was hoping the n97 would have impressed but that apparently was never goin to happen... the camera was not impressive, the hardware was not fresh or even really updated, hopefully symbian^4 or meego will be the answer! i have using the HTC G1 but i was not impressed with android at that point, i owned the iphone 3G and i thought it was a high tech blackberry (with all its restrictions and limitations).... i used the HTC HD2 and the Omnia II but winmo is just not worth the effort!! Android i would consider as an alternative but i love multimedia devices as much as i like high end tech.... so i'll give the n8 a run because of its great camera, HD recording and great audio output along with lots on user memory and seeing what modders did with my i8910 i am really curious as to what is possible with the n8!!
Symbios, 18 Oct 2010The CPU can be overclocked to 950MHz so the 1GHz Iphone 4 and Galaxy S arent that special anym... moreOverclocking is one thing that too is not stable IMO. What i have heard of Android, i think its as open as symbian and devs have been working hard on it eversince.
I too have used symbian long enough that disliking or quitting seems not possible at all but ftm will nt buy it until they come up with sm grounbreaking tech. Looking forward to meego, hope it will be enough to bring the long lost pride back. But Symbian^3 is smthg raw lacks the ability to stick the users together.
Symbios, 18 Oct 2010Umar Khan
No one can say that Android or iOS are no good!! They are the leading OS in the m... moreThanks buddy for your input. For me iphone never stands a chance. Used both 3G and 3gs for over a month respectively but being a eternal symbian user i was not impressed at all. 1 of the major flaw was a tiny cam.
I was really looking forward to n8 but after doing sm hw i think it is what i have been using all these years so just for a change i want to switch to something which is More customisable and more of a eye candy. In comes the Android, browsing speed and a standout UI is worth a try, atleast this is smthg that i have convinced myself with.