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  Reply # 103164 6-Jan-2008 14:47
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sqlpro: thanks for that NZTechfreak.
how did you know Euro code has option to switch camera sound but NZ one ?
if you've a link that lists differences between those product codes that'll be great.

Yes i'll check symbian-freak for help on different applications. thanks


I used the NZ code, and can indeed confirm that the shutter sound there even in silent mode.
I've also found that I can't sign up to SkyTV mobile on my phone, it says that I must be in New Zealand to use this feature (or something like that). I could be doing something wrong, but perhaps a word of warning to those who are going to switch codes and upgrade firmware...

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  Reply # 103183 6-Jan-2008 17:23
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Would anyone know when we're likely to see the Vodafone branded version of this firmware coming out?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 103186 6-Jan-2008 18:46
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cheeba23:
sqlpro: thanks for that NZTechfreak.
how did you know Euro code has option to switch camera sound but NZ one ?
if you've a link that lists differences between those product codes that'll be great.

Yes i'll check symbian-freak for help on different applications. thanks


I used the NZ code, and can indeed confirm that the shutter sound there even in silent mode.
I've also found that I can't sign up to SkyTV mobile on my phone, it says that I must be in New Zealand to use this feature (or something like that). I could be doing something wrong, but perhaps a word of warning to those who are going to switch codes and upgrade firmware...


You may have been out of 3G coverage

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  Reply # 103191 6-Jan-2008 19:34
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Also, you can change your product code back to its original one after the firmware upgrade if you wanted.




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  Reply # 103195 6-Jan-2008 19:56
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DjShadow: Would anyone know when we're likely to see the Vodafone branded version of this firmware coming out?


Missed this - keep asking a friend who works for Vodafone - no known timeframe yet. Incidentally, by the time you do get it it'll probably be out-of-date again - new firmware probably on the way to N95-1.

Teo at Symbian-Freak has used it on some developers forums or something - it has full inbuilt flash video support (that means full youtube, or any site with embedded .flv video within the browser window!) and hopefully will have some of the other features of the 8GB firmware upgrade (like for instance the one that makes startup time nearly as fast as a feature phone!).




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  Reply # 103207 6-Jan-2008 21:11
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Thank you all for your comments and suggestions.
after upgrading i noticed one problem though, if u open camera switch you dont see anything on the screenas if lock was closed. have to close the shutter and open it again to activate camera. any one has similar problem ?

btw one question,i downloaded Australia/oceana map from Nokia web site but whatever address i try it keep saying address not found !! any one tried this one before ?
btw i used following link  http://www.nokia-asia.com/A4632090

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  Reply # 103210 6-Jan-2008 21:17
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Thats a known problem on the V20 firmware unfortunately, but far outweighed by the positives.

Not sure about the maps thing, I do know that New Zealand addresses won't be searchable though.




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  Reply # 103212 6-Jan-2008 21:24
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NZtechfreak: Also, you can change your product code back to its original one after the firmware upgrade if you wanted.


is there any limit how many times we can change product code ?

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  Reply # 103213 6-Jan-2008 21:32
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Not that I'm aware of.




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  Reply # 103315 7-Jan-2008 12:57
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guys
hope u have a solution for me. am having lot of prblems WLAN after the update.i set up our office wlan which requires wep key.once setup it never used to ask me to enter WEP key now everytime i use any application (gmail,gmail apps etc.,) and if i use this WLAN it asks WEP key!!!
any ideas plz?

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  Reply # 103319 7-Jan-2008 13:07
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I upgraded a while ago to 20.0.015 and have never been able to get my Media key to work.  Whenever I press it, it shows the Media application selector for a short time and then this closes.    Any idea how I make this work?

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  Reply # 103353 7-Jan-2008 15:35
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sqlpro: guys
hope u have a solution for me. am having lot of prblems WLAN after the update.i set up our office wlan which requires wep key.once setup it never used to ask me to enter WEP key now everytime i use any application (gmail,gmail apps etc.,) and if i use this WLAN it asks WEP key!!!
any ideas plz?


Check N95users.com - I'm pretty sure I saw people talking about this issue over there.

Even better idea than resolving the issue: have work change to WPA protection. I mean seriously, WEP is pathetic, you'd be doing them a favor (I have no problems on WPA on V20).

wonderstuff: I upgraded a while ago to 20.0.015 and have never been able to get my Media key to work.  Whenever I press it, it shows the Media application selector for a short time and then this closes.    Any idea how I make this work?


Not sure if this is a firmware problem per se (haven't seen it being discussed here or elsewhere, that of course doesn't rule it out). I would try a hard-reset, and if that doesn't work re-reflash the phone again. If neither work then you need more expert help than I can provide and should ask at the symbian-freak forums.




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  Reply # 103361 7-Jan-2008 16:19
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Thanks for that NZTechfreak.will check that N95users.com

btw i keep seeing these two words many times in lot of posts.what do they mean by the way
hard-reset, and re-reflash

Thanks

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  Reply # 103362 7-Jan-2008 16:23
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Even better idea than resolving the issue: have work change to WPA protection. I mean seriously, WEP is pathetic, you'd be doing them a favor (I have no problems on WPA on V20).


since i dont know much abt technology behind wifi, i need more info on WPA protection so that i know what am talking abt when i suggest this at my work. can you provide some insight?
Thanks

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  Reply # 103446 7-Jan-2008 20:51
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finally managed to resolve WLAN issue,by deleting all access points and recreating them.

btw i noticed gmail app,google maps running much slower on new firmware.on v12 they're running quite fast

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