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Nokia Search 4.0

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Nokia Search 4.0 (as you've seen on N95 8GB and N81) is now available for download, for the devices listed below:
6120 Classic
6110 Navigator
5700 XpressMusic

Nokia Search is a free mobile application that finds what you want – fast. It can search through the 1000s of messages, contacts, music and other files on your mobile device. It also finds internet content by using leading search engines and local directory services. Download Nokia Search
Find it – then use it
Go straight from your opening screen to find your own messages, songs, and other content. Or, search the internet to find websites or local business listings online. And, because Search is tightly integrated with your other applications, you can quickly use the compatible content you find.

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N95 fans can now take home the larger storage and slightly bigger 2.8-inch (240 x 320) display in addition to the HSDPA, WiFi, A-GPS, and 5 megapixel camera already found in Nokia's existing flagship "multimedia computer." To celebrate the launch, Nokia is pre-loading Spider-Man 3 for Europe and select Middle Eastern and Africa countries. "The Movie sees Spider-Man's suit turn jet-black and enhance his powers and, in its latest incarnation, the Nokia N95 has undergone a similar transformation to emerge as the Nokia N95 8GB." Right. Hitting retail for €560 (about $794) pre-tax and pre-carrier subsidy.
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One of the games that I loved was Frozen Bubble. It is very addictive game. Frozen Bubble is a free download but is not scalable, so make sure that you download the version that's compatible with the screen size of your device. Interestingly it is now available for free for n95 with a screen resolution of 320 x 240, thanks for sourceforge.

You can download Frozen Bubble from HERE
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Nokia N95 8GB 3G Phone Ships Today

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Europe : The stunning Nokia N95 8GB made its debut global shipments today, and will be hitting a store near you soon. The Nokia N95 8GB is the memory-packed big brother of the Nokia N95 multimedia computer. Full specification below.
"Our Nokia Nseries family has expanded with added pizzazz and performance with the Nokia N95 8GB, a device as personal as it is powerful," said Jonas Geust, vice president, Multimedia, at Nokia. "We've reached a pinnacle with the Nokia N95 and now with the addition of one of the largest ever displays, built-in Assisted-GPS and improved battery power, the Nokia N95 8GB takes entertainment enjoyment to another level."

Boasting up to eight gigabytes of built-in memory, the Nokia N95 8GB has all the key features of its predecessor, including a 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, built-in A-GPS, WLAN, HSDPA and an innovative 2-way slide. The sleek black N95 8GB also boasts a luminous 2.8" (240 x 320) QVGA display, so watching videos, browsing the Internet or viewing maps is a real pleasure. With its expanded memory, the N95 8GB offers up to 20 hours of video or up to 6000 songs*.

Entertaining yourself has taken on a whole new meaning with this multimedia computer, optimized for enjoying videos, playing games, or even locating your favorite destinations with A-GPS.

The ideal companion for any lull in your day, the Nokia N95 8GB supports services like Nokia Music Store and N-Gage Games, so you can delve into a world of leisure. Access millions of music tracks from the Nokia Music Store or get a sneak-peak at N-Gage gaming - live later this year. Test out games like FIFA 2007 and Asphalt 3: Street Rules. Once N-Gage goes live, you'll be able to try games for free before deciding on your purchase.

Now with A-GPS, Nokia N95 8GB connoisseurs can whiz to their locations on Nokia Maps faster and enjoy maps for over 150 countries. Explore the world, find specific routes or locate services such as restaurants and hotels, covering more than 15 million points of interest. Purchase additional features, such as city guides and voice guided navigation, is an option too.

The N95 8GB multimedia computer has an estimated retail price of EUR 560 before taxes or subsidies.

Operating Frequency

  • WCDMA 2100 + E850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • Automatic switching between bands and modes


  • Volume: 96 cc
  • Weight: 128 g
  • Length(max): 99 mm
  • Width(max): 53 mm
  • Thickness(max): 21 mm

Memory Functions

  • Up to 100MB internal dynamic memory for messages, ringing tones, images, video clips, calendar notes, to-do list and applications
  • Up to 8GB internal flash memory for multimedia content such as music, pictures, ringing tones, map data

Power Management

  • Battery: Nokia Battery (BL-6F) 1200mAH
  • Talk time: up to 210 minutes (WCDMA), up to 300 min (GSM)
  • Stand-by time: up to 280 hours (WCDMA and GSM)


  • Large 2.8" QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT display with ambient light detector and up to 16 million colors

User Interface

  • Operating system: S60 Software On Symbian OS
  • User interface: S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
  • Dedicated media keys
  • Multimedia menu
  • Active standby screen

Call Management

  • Contacts: advanced contacts database with support for multiple phone and e-mail details per entry, also supports thumbnail pictures and groups
  • Speed dialing
  • Logs: keeps lists of your dialed, received, and missed calls
  • Automatic redial
  • Automatic answer (works with compatible headset or car kit only)
  • Supports fixed dialing number, which allows calls only to predefined numbers
  • Conference call
  • Nokia Push to talk (PoC)

Voice Features

  • Speaker independent name dialing (SIND)
  • Voice commands
  • Voice recorder
  • Talking ringtone
  • Integratedhands-free speaker


  • Text messaging: supports concatenated SMS, picture messaging, SMS distribution list
  • Multimedia messaging: combine image, video, text, and audio clip and send as MMS to a compatible phone or PC; use MMS to tell your story with a multi-slide presentation
    Automatic resizing of your megapixel images to fit MMS (max 300 KB size depending on the network)
  • Predictive text input: support for all major languages in Europe and Asia-Pacific

Data Transfer

  • WCDMA 2100 (HSDPA) with simultaneous voice and packet data (PS max speed UL/DL= 384/3.6MB, CS max speed 64kbps)
  • Dual Transfer Mode (DTM) support for simultaneous voice and packet data connection in GSM/EDGE networks. Simple class A, multi slot class 11, max speed DL/UL: 177.6/118.4 kbits/s
  • EGPRS class B, multi slot class 32, max speed DL/UL= 296 / 177.6 kbits/s
  • GPRS class B, multi slot class 32, max speed DL/UL= 107 / 64.2 kbits/s

Digital Services

  • Java™ and Symbian applications available from Nokia Software Market
  • JavaTM MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
  • Flash Lite 2.0

Imaging and video

  • Up to 5 megapixel (2592 x 1944 pixels) camera, Carl Zeiss optics, Tessar lens, MPEG-4
  • VGA video capture of up to 30 fps
  • Direct connection to compatible TV via Nokia Video Connectivity Cable (CA-75U, included in box) or wireless LAN/UPnP
  • Front camera, CIF (352 x 288) sensor
  • Video call and video sharing support (WCDMA network services)
  • Integrated flash
  • Digital stereo microphone
  • Flash modes: on, off, automatic, red-eye reduction
  • Online album/blog: photo/video uploading from gallery
  • Nokia Lifeblog 2.0 support
  • Video and still image editors

Mobile Video

  • Video resolutions: up to VGA (640x480 pixels) at 30 fps
  • Audio recording: AAC mono
  • Digital video stabilization
  • Video capture: up to 215 min (VGA, 30fps)
  • Video file format .mp4 (default), .3gp (for MMS)
  • White balance: automatic, sunny, cloudy, incandescent, fluorescent
  • Scene: automatic, night
  • Color tones: normal, sepia, black & white, negative, vivid
  • Zoom: digital up to 10x (VGA up to 4x)

Mobile Photography

  • Image resolution: up to 5 megapixel: (2592 x 1944 pixels)
  • Still image file format: JPEG/EXIF
  • Auto focus
  • Auto exposure - center weighted
  • Exposure compensation: +2 ~ -2EV at 0.5 step
  • White balance: automatic, sunny, cloudy, incandescent, fluorescent
  • Scene: automatic, user, close-up, portrait, landscape, sports, night, night portrait
  • Color tone: normal, sepia, black & white, negative, vivid
  • Zoom: digital up to 20x (5 megapixel up to 6x)
  • Viewfinder grid

Mobile Photography

  • Sensor: CMOS 5 megapixel (2592 x 1944 pixels)
  • Carl Zeiss optics: Tessar lens
  • Focal length 5.6 mm
  • Focus range 10 cm ~ infinity
  • Macro focus distance 10-50 cm
  • Shutter speed: mechanical shutter: 1/1000~1/4 s

Music Features

  • Digital music player - supports MP3/AAC/AAC+/eAAC/eAAC+/WMA/M4A with playlists and equalizer
  • Integrated hands-free speaker
  • OMA DRM 2.0 & WMDRM support for music
  • Stereo FM radio (87.5-108MHz /76-90MHz)

Visual Radio

  • Listen to music and interact with your favorite radio stations
  • Find out what song is playing, who sings it, and other artist
  • Enter contests and answer surveys, vote for your favorite songs

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Reach Your Device from Web Browser

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Jukka Eklund, one of the S60 bloggers has announced Mobile Web Server. What is it? As its name implies, Mobile Web Server is a Web server running on our S60 device.
Imagine that you have a web server running on your device. Now, you open your Web browser on your PC and connect to the web browser. What can you do with that? Many things…
Here are some examples what you can do using Mobile Web Server:

Retrieving contacts from your device’s phone book

Sending SMS from the WebAccessing your Gallery on the device
There are some more features of Mobile Web Server
Please visit https://secure.mymobilesite.net/ to register and download Mobile Web Server

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Google Maps Now for N95

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Google Maps Mobile has FINALLY been updated to a native S60 application, and even supports the N95's internal GPS! You can see the white GPS dot on the screenshot. Other than that, it looks pretty similar to the old version, only faster since it's native.
The coolest feature is the ability to save a search result directly to the Contacts application! It automatically fills in all the address fields correctly.

You can get the install directly on your N95 by going to www.google.com/gmm in the phone's browser. I have no clue if this works on other devices, or if it works with a Bluetooth GPS unit.
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N95 Firmware V12.0.013 ChangeLog

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Here you will find the V12.0.013 ChangeLog regarding changes and improvements in all aspects of our lovely N95..

New features

  • A-GPS
  • HSDPA indicator
General improvements/changes

  • Property watcher added to the screen saver
  • Improvements to WLAN sniffer
  • WLAN stability improvements
  • Screen saver timeout default value stays correct after MMC backup
  • Stability improvements to memory card formatting
  • Image editor stability improvements
  • Lifeblog input improvements
  • Colors of Java Midlet icons no longer scaled down
  • Localization corrections
  • Voice mail number now correctly read from SIM card
  • Download Manager stability improvements
  • Improvements to animations in Midlets
  • Multimedia menu stability improvements
  • BT stability improvements
  • Correction to WLAN interoperability problem with Netgear router
  • Correction for High Capacity memory cards
  • Correction to backlight blinking
  • Barcode reader no longer prevents deep sleep
  • Improvements to USB plugin handling
  • Better Out of Memory handling
  • Performance improvements
  • Improvements to RCPI based roaming(WLAN)
  • Improvements to cached PMKSA authentication with WPA2-PSK(WLAN)
  • Correction to secondary SSID handling(WLAN)
  • Improvements to registration in offline mode(WLAN)
  • Stability improvements to Quick Office
  • Correction to WLAN setup wizard
  • Multimedia Menu shown correctly also when Chinese image as a background image
  • Calendar stability improvements

  • Stability improvements to text box input in browser
  • HSDPA throughput improvements
  • Improvements to file upload
  • General stability improvements to Browser
  • Animated images shown correctly in Web pages
Media Player

  • Stability improvements for incoming call handling during music playback
  • Volume and time bar positions adjusted
  • Music store closed properly after use
  • Memory handling improvements in Music Player
  • Audio Handling improvements
  • Improvements to Find in music player
  • Improvements to reconnection to live stream
  • APN query shown correctly in Music Shop

  • JPEG scaling no longer corrupts exif info
  • Image print stability improvements
  • Stability improvements in Gallery
  • Performance improvements to slide show
  • Improvements to UPnP picture copy from Media Server
  • UPnP stability improvements
  • Improvements to image rendering
  • Correct LSK shown after a call
  • Zoom&Pan hidden when TV-out is connected
  • RSK & LSK shown correctly after editing play list
  • Correction to image rendering after screen saver is activated
  • Music selection dialog shown also in landscape mode in slideshow settings

  • Stability improvements in messaging application
  • Improvements to email handling
  • Improvements to email sync
  • Correction to MMS sending during VT call

  • Improvements to SIP settings
  • Callback request call is made secured like the first call
  • Corrections to VoIP emergency call handling

  • CPHS corrections
  • Call forward icon now shown correctly also after reboot
  • MT video call shown correctly on UI

  • Lots of maps improvements
  • Position Method now selected correctly
  • WLAN APN removed from AGPS positioning server settings

  • Changing camera scene mode no longer changes Sharpness value
  • Phone goes now correctly to deep sleep after taking images

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Conversation is a messaging application that allows you to follow your conversations, organized by individual contacts. In addition, the application provides an easy way for replying to messages, and to continue the conversations.
After installation, the application will appear in your device as an application shortcut, and as a new tab in your Contacts application.

Installation instructions
You have to install two separate files in the order specified below. Also, They recommend that you use the latest software available for your device.

Version for S60 3rd Edition
Compatibility: tested with Nokia N73. Works but not fully tested with Nokia E50, E60, E61, E61i, E62, E70, N71, N75, N77, N80, N91, N92, N93, N93i.
First, install Nokia Contacts Services Support Package to the device memory (not to the memory card)
1st (SIS, 17 KB)
Second, install Conversation application.
2nd (sisx, 111 KB)

Version for S60 3rd Editon Feature Pack 1
Compatibility: tested with Nokia N95 and 6290. Works but not fully tested with Nokia 5700 XpressMusic, Nokia 6110 Navigator, 6120 classic, 6121 classic, E90 Communicator, N76, N81, N81 8GB, N95 8GB.
First, install Nokia Contacts Services Support Package to the device memory (not to the memory card)
1st (SIS, 17 KB)
Second, install Conversation application.
2nd (sisx,111 KB)
Known issues: compatibility problems with E51 and E90 Communicator.
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Nokia Beta Labs has released an interesting application, Device Status, which lets you access a variety of information and which can be helpful in solving support issues. There is an application for S60 devices which collects information about your phone and a companion PC application which allows you to more easily view the information about your phone as well as collecting information about your PC.The usual caveats about trying beta/ preview software apply. However Device statusis reported as being technically mature. Device status provides a broad range of information about the phone it is running on including firmware version, device type/name, IMEI, memory usage and profiles, network information, installed applications, settings information and more.The information provided by Device status may be of limited interest in one sense, but may be useful when attempting to solve support issues as it provides a full profile on how a device is set up and how it is operation. As devices become more complex simply knowing the model number is not always enough to solve support issues. For example some problems have been known to occur only on a specific network operator and firmware version combinations, another example might be a problem that occurs only when two particular applications are installed together.Device status can act as a one stop shop as it provide the majority of relevant information that will be typically needed when testing early version new software on a device or tracking down the cause of a support issue. The ability to easily export this information from Device status is particularly welcome in this regard and might be as useful for third party developer as it will be for Nokia. DOWNLOAD

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Nokia N95 8 GB edition coming

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Nokia has announced that their updated N95 mobile computing device would soon be available on sale in the US market.
This updated version comes with support for HSDPA and would also feature assisted GPS. Nokia has also improved the battery life of the device.
This updated N95 would feature a slightly larger display and would ship with 8 GB of internal space. This is similar to the Apple iPhone mobile device.
It would also include SlingPlayer Mobile for the Symbian operating system.
Nokia is planning to sell this phone for a retail price of USD 700 and it would be made available for sale in Nokia flagship stores in New York and Chicago.
Of course mobile service providers are also expected to announce their deals on this device in the coming days.
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New N95 Firmware

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The new firmware for Nokia N95 is available now. This one is called version 12.0.013, and will introduce the long awaited A-GPS-support among other things and bugfixes.
Stay tuned!

  • The phone is faster

  • Loading the gallery seems to be quicker

  • A-GPS support

  • Camera sharpness bug fixed

  • Quicker at receiving GPS signals and locking

  • Changes in web browser - one of them is that you now have to hold OK-button to get the menu to pop up
    This is rather irritating - some times the keypad doesn’t respond! Especially when in web browser and MSN
  • When editing a form and then repressing it, the cursor will start at the beginning of the text and not at the end as before. Quite annoying, I think…

  • YouTube and streaming videos in general is still not working on my phone

  • Zoom in gallery is now available for up to 800% - even on 5 megapixel pictures

  • When light is out in the screen, the gallery button blinks.
    Probably many more things, will update later again…
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Tips and Tricks

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Here you will find common tips and tricks for your N95 device..

  • If you dont long-press the menu key - another way to see if you have apps running in the background is to view the menu in icon mode. Usually there's a small "C" on the upper right of each icon, or on the folder where it's located, indicating that an app is currently running there. This is very useful coz it enables you to gain more memory.
  • Ever had a time when you forgot to lock your keys after closing the slider? The n95 lets you input a specific time when you want the keys locked. Just to menu/tools/setting/general/security/phone and sim/.... then choose user-defined in the 'phone autolock period', then just put in how many minutes you want.
  • Unlike the 6280 and E65, the N95 does not hang up the call when you close the slide. So after the dialing the number you're calling - you can close the slide and have a more compact phone to hold.
  • Increase your RAM by deleting the "Welcome" application in your phone. Delete also other apps that you're not using - like the 'Search" app.
  • Want to "hide" some pictures so that it doesn't show up in your Gallery? You can move the photos to another folder in your phone. Like the "my videos" folder. These photos can still be seen and viewed by a 3rd party photo viewer or a file manager - but at least, now when you open the gallery - they wont show up.
  • If you have a lot of videos (mp4, 3gp, etc) on your phone, it's always better to arrange them in subfolders. Dont keep more than 130 clips in one folder, if over that, just make another subfolder then put another 130 clips there, and so on and on. If having more than 130 clips - it slows down the phone to unbearable speeds when previewing them in the gallery.
  • Once every few weeks, especially if you add and delete photos in your gallery, you should delete the "_pAlbtn" subfolder in your "Images" folder. (Use a file xplorer to view and delete this, or use your PC). This would refresh the entire gallery - and would ensure that your thumbnails are updated. If you delete this folder and dont view the images - it will temporarily give you more space in your memory card.
  • Set your call LOG to 10 days or less - this will help in speeding up your phone.
  • When connected to a TV or Widescreen monitor, and you're viewing smartmovie movies, try this out. Instead of sliding the slider to make it horizontal, a better way is to set smartmovie to 'portrait' mode. It shows up as landscape on the TV - and there's definitely less pixelation on the picture. (than when sliding the slider to horizontal and 'forcing' the phone to compensate.)
  • Make your Ringtone horrendously loud by turning ON the 3D Ringtone.
  • Unless you have a good reason not to, just change your network to "GSM" only... to conserve battery.
  • Also turn the WLAN search to off when you're not using it. This conserves battery as well.
  • Using GPS, click on options/view/satellite info, then after you got a good satellite status say 3 to 5 you can then click back and it will make your connection faster.
  • You can hold down the pound key (#) when in the standby menu, to activate the 'silent mode' in your phone.
  • Don’t use the red ("hangup") key to exit an application. In many apps, this just keeps it in the background, eating up memory and slowing down your phone.
  • You can change the shortcuts on the home screen to the apps you use most frequently by going to Settings/General/Personalisation/Standby Mode/Shortcuts.
  • Ever have a problem when installing themes.... and the dreaded "expired certificate" error message pops up? This is mainly due to the fact the licensed signed certificate that nokia gave for the thememaker has a 1 year validity period - if you're just installing this old theme, and its more than a year old, you'll get that message. Simple solution is to go to the calendar of your 95, set the date back one year, or maybe 8 months - then install the theme you wanted. Restart the phone, then set the correct time again, and you're done.
  • Ever think of turning your n95 into a webcam? Check out this link:http://www.motvik.com/*Pimp your n95 with lots of apps!http://vaibhavsharma.wordpress.com/2...pimp-your-n95/
  • The ultimate loose/wobbly slider fix: (for those unfortunate to have a wobbly slider).http://n95slider.blogspot.com/
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