tanker, 13 Aug 2011as i said before, it is normal..yeah I agree with you smartphone's batteries get empty in 1 or 2 day
khaijaemean, 11 Aug 2011Is it normal that my omnia hd battery only last a day when playing music occassionally? please... moreNo, it´s not normal. I do play music for 16 hours till the battery is flat. My Omnia is 2yrs old now.
i just love the camera...i feel bad cos my omnia hd just wont connect with my computer...kinda suckkkkks!!!!even setting up email shouldnt be that hard...not evryone knows the mail server settings
Is it normal that my omnia hd battery only last a day when playing music occassionally? please share your opinions,,tnx:)
omniahd72, 05 Aug 2011You've right, I've this one about two years also, great device, so much inside, dlna, hd camco... moreI bought my Galaxy S2 a week ago..and I can't stop myself to keep busy with the phone 7/24 =)
tanker, 27 Jul 20114 days for Galaxy SII =)
but I will remember my 2 years with i8910..this is a really great ph... moreYou've right, I've this one about two years also, great device, so much inside, dlna, hd camcorder etc, but yes symbian was the weak link here. So sad because even today the specs of this phone are up to date in comparaison of the others new ones on the market !
I'm going to buy the galaxy s2 now, hoping having the same pleasure.You've right, I've this one about two years also, great device, so much inside, dlna, hd camcorder etc, but yes symbian was the weak link here. So sad because even today the specs of this phone are up to date in comparaison of the others new ones on the market !
I'm going to buy the galaxy s2 now, hoping having the same pleasure.
4 days for Galaxy SII =)
but I will remember my 2 years with i8910..this is a really great phone with good hardware specs..but I can't say same things for the Symbian OS..
AnonD-13788, 22 Jul 2011I guess we could use this firmware to speed up all nokia, symbian devices.Nope...newr nokia phones are not that much hackable...
Well I am still using Hyper X custom firmware HX v11 with my Omnia HD, I have found a way to safely use the full 950MHz overclock setting without hurting battery performance, the Omnia HD is now a near perfect device and when you look at the 2009 specifications over the latest and greatest Nokia device the X7 its still amazing that Samsung with the help of the firmware modding community in short showed Nokia that it made the best Symbian S60v5 device ever.
In terms of the new S^3 over S60v5 the main difference is that S60v5 sadly uses single tap/double tap method to enter sub menus / settings whereas S^3 is basically all single tap and of course minor changes to connectivity options but S60v5 and S^3 are pretty much similar to use in operation.
Looking at the new Nokia X7 over the much older Omnia HD, in standard "Samsung" firmware mode the Omnia HD is useless but Omnia HD owners are fortunate that their was a large firmware modding community whether it was was Hyper X or Faenil at least we had over the last 18 months to have the Omnia HD right up their with the best of Nokia Symbian devices.
The X7 has a 4" AMOLED screen with 360x640 resolution v the Omnia HD 3.7" AMOLED screen with 360x640 screen.
The X7 still has 256MB of RAM, the Omnia HD has 256MB of RAM.
The X7 has dual stereo speakers, the Omnia HD has dual stereo speakers.
The X7 has 8MP FFC (Fixed Focus Camera) with Dual LED flash that also does 720p HD 25fps approx 10Mbps bitrate MP4 video recording, the Omnia HD 8MB AFC (Auto Focus Camera) with LED flash that also does 720p HD 23fps approx 10Mbps bitrate(when using HX based firmware) MP4 video recording.
The X7 uses an ARM A11 680MHz CPU the Omnia HD has the ARM A8 600MHz CPU in standard mode and you can safely overlock it to a max 950MHz (using HX v11 firmware) or if you want you can use the dynamic mode to have up to 3 levels of performance, on my end I have the HX patcher set to "Locked, Max Performance 950MHz for all 3 levels" for the last 3 months with no issues at all.
For a 2009 device to still basically show that it can not only hang with new devices but in some cases beat the latest and greatest especially from Nokia shows that the Omnia HD was a monster back in the day, imagine in Samsung actually did really get 100% behind it, sadly they failed to understand what they had created and have now totally dropped the platform but at least we had the dedicated firmware modding community to not only keep alive the Omnia HD but to make it better and relevant against the best of S^3 from Nokia and even some mid range Android OS handsets.
AnonD-13609, 20 Jul 2011thx bro :) do u think that galaxy sl i9003 will give me what i want in the omnia hd ? if not s... moreGalaxy SL has LCD screen.. on the other hand, Galaxy S has Super Amoled.. if I make a decision among them, I will choose Galaxy S I9000.. They showed Galaxy SL as a better version of Galaxy S but I don't agree with it.
Super Amoled screen is better.. so choose Galaxy S..
tanker, 18 Jul 2011sorry bro but this is not possible.. we have stuck with the s60 v5 :( if you have some bucks... morethx bro :) do u think that galaxy sl i9003 will give me what i want in the omnia hd ? if not suggest me another one with that cost range, thx again bro ;)
AnonD-13609, 18 Jul 2011i want to know if the OS of this device can be updated into other symbian new editions like sy... moresorry bro but this is not possible..
we have stuck with the s60 v5 :(
if you have some bucks just buy android based phone..
2 weeks for Galaxy S2..( very excited :-> )
i want to know if the OS of this device can be updated into other symbian new editions like symbian^3 or symbian anna ?
Noah, 15 Jul 2011People go to i8910tuning.com to get the latest custom firmware for your Omnia HD. This will pr... morethnx bro for informing us..
I'm going to try Faenil's N205 and if it is better than N204, then I will keep it. I use this until my Galaxy S2 arrives..
People go to i8910tuning.com to get the latest custom firmware for your Omnia HD. This will probably be the last firmware to be made for this phone. If you like it, please make a donation to Faenil. He has worked hard for us and released his final firmware after months of hardwork.