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  # 84973 2-Sep-2007 23:24
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I have used Mobiola Web Cam for s3rd ed (shareware) which was quite good.Haven't tried WWIGO though.

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  # 85417 5-Sep-2007 11:55
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Oh, I just saw that Sandisk 6GB cards are now listed on their website (only place I've found to buy them is a German ebay site, not sure if they would ship here). Sandisk state they are compatible with N95 (on the basis of their own testing, same as they did for the 4GB cards), and I've seen one Sandisk tester online who is running one on his N95 without problems.

So. . . if you need more than 4GB, but don't want to wait for the 8GB, your time will soon come.

Incidentally, Sandisk themselves state that microSDHC compatible devices will work with the entire range.




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  # 85490 5-Sep-2007 19:14
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Does anyone else find that MGMaps lags HEAPS + it keeps crashing my phone if I have MGMaps starting and I go to messaging while it starts. . I'm sure it didn't used to but it does now. I am trying to use the stored maps function and even before installing the stored maps, it lags heaps (I've tried reinstalling MGMaps and removing the stored maps and it doesn't help.

O, and Google Maps are back again. That's good.

EDIT: Google maps aren't available on the very latest version. I though I had that but I didn't so hopefully that will make a difference performance wise. I will just use Windows Live Local maps instead. s




Can't beat the burble of that American V8. Ohh yea!

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  # 85528 5-Sep-2007 22:55
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Finally getting my Sandisk 4gb Micro sdhc card shipped -so should be here in a few days.
All up I payed $112. via Expansys via aussie. this includes $20 postage. Was going to cost a lot more if I used DHL priority mail-1-2 days to deliver though




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  # 85539 6-Sep-2007 07:26
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In case anyone here missed it, Quake has been released for 3rd Ed phones.  Get it here

Running beautifully I might add.

NOTE: You will need the Pak files for Quake in order to play this

WARNING: This game really sucks your battery fast!




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  # 85573 6-Sep-2007 11:14
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psychrn: Finally getting my Sandisk 4gb Micro sdhc card shipped -so should be here in a few days.
All up I payed $112. via Expansys via aussie. this includes $20 postage. Was going to cost a lot more if I used DHL priority mail-1-2 days to deliver though


Ah good to hear you got one, very annoyed that techpac isn't bringing them in anymore, hopefully they will sort it out soon and get some!

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  # 86639 14-Sep-2007 08:57
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Wow, so quiet in here of late - what happened? Did everyone get iPhones and is now ashamed to show their face in here?




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  # 87483 21-Sep-2007 06:23
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Just some news for everyone who hasn't already caught it - Sandisk 6GB microSD HC cards are available for purchase at various places around the internet as of now. WOM world has a picture with it running successfully in an N95 classic and the 8GB flavor.

I'll be holding off for the 8GB cards at the end of the year, but for those who haven't yet upgraded to the 4GB card - rejoice!




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  # 87589 21-Sep-2007 20:49
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Ah good, hopefully not too long till they get here, although only about 30-40 pounds

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  # 87592 21-Sep-2007 21:08
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MY KEYPAD IS FAILING :-(


As much as an iphone would be a "cop out" I to like the lack of moving parts and the fact a keypad is a tap and totally force free. It's always those that die on my phones due to dust and abuse.


The total silver bullet keeping the N95 will be if the new maps come out for the phone soon., Currently everything on it seems like "Shareware"

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  # 87596 21-Sep-2007 21:19
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Is the keypad failing or is it the missing-keystrokes bug that some users got in the last firmware upgrade?

And to an earlier post: Why wait for the cards to get here? Order one from Ebay now!




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  # 87599 21-Sep-2007 21:29
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Hardware wise, it's fine asides being a rather stiff one to press..

It's missing keystokes, I missed that "earlier post" bit so maybe it is software. I might hard reset, Software, then hard reset again.

cheers.



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  # 88959 1-Oct-2007 19:03
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NZtechfreak: My Motorola S805 A2DP headset arrived today, currently charging. Will feedback soon about how these stack up to the Plantronics.


And what about the S805 bt headset?

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  # 88966 1-Oct-2007 19:47
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With the official Vodafone version now below $1,000 the N95's pretty good value.

http://www.pricespy.co.nz/pno_10782.html





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  # 88971 1-Oct-2007 20:28
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FYI - I picked up a 6BG SDHC MicroSD for my N95 in London last week (Carphone Warehouse), and it works very nicely.

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