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Topic # 25891 5-Sep-2008 07:51
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Just a quick note to all N95-1 (Classic) owners - a new firmware V30 is available for your handset. Check the very active discussion at Symbian-Freak to see how the new one performs...




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Reply # 162351 5-Sep-2008 07:54
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Excellent!  Boy, Nokia is now very efficient with their firmware upgrades!



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  Reply # 162446 5-Sep-2008 12:50
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Yeah, they have to be now since the handsets are the platforms for their own content delivery (Share Online, NGage, Maps etc). This means consumers don't have to find the latest versions for themselves, or even be aware they exist - they update the firmware and suddenly there are new icons to investigate...




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  Reply # 162463 5-Sep-2008 13:46
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Just installed the update and all working well. Updated maps is included, and auto screen rotation is cool. There seems to be some extra themes and ringtones included too.



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  Reply # 162510 5-Sep-2008 16:12
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Nice!

Did they make it so autoscreen rotation works in the active standby screen too? No idea why it doesn't on my N82, but did on my N95 8GB. Did they add sensitivity settings for it? Its a little hit and miss on the N82...




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  Reply # 162511 5-Sep-2008 16:12
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Although not strictly related to the firmware upgrade, I had to reinstall my apps, and noticed that Google maps has an update which makes it better to use.

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  Reply # 162513 5-Sep-2008 16:14
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NZtechfreak: Nice!

Did they make it so autoscreen rotation works in the active standby screen too? No idea why it doesn't on my N82, but did on my N95 8GB. Did they add sensitivity settings for it? Its a little hit and miss on the N82...


Autorotate works in the standby screen as long as the keyboard isn't locked. If the keyboard is locked, it doesn't rotate. There's no sensitivity options, just on or off.

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  Reply # 162598 6-Sep-2008 07:30
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i read somewhere that Nokia planning to remove SIP features from N95, is it true ?
Stuart are u able to check whether you still be able to use SIP features after installing new firmware ?

i use SIP quite lot and dont want install new firmware if it disables it. thanks for the advise.

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  Reply # 162601 6-Sep-2008 08:44
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sqlpro: i read somewhere that Nokia planning to remove SIP features from N95, is it true ?
Stuart are u able to check whether you still be able to use SIP features after installing new firmware ?

i use SIP quite lot and dont want install new firmware if it disables it. thanks for the advise.


They'll be removing the standard SIP client from all N Series handsets. It will still be preloaded on E Series.

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  Reply # 162612 6-Sep-2008 09:48
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Although I have gone to the dark side ( bought and Iphone) I still have the N 95.
If I want to upgrade it to the new firmware I need to install a sim card.

Would it do any harm to install the one from the Iphone temporarily justy to do the upgrade??




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  Reply # 162619 6-Sep-2008 10:51
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seems SIP not disalbled yet as i just installed new firmware and i could still make sip calls.

i wonder why nokia remove from N series but keep on E series ?

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  Reply # 162625 6-Sep-2008 11:45
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I haven't used the SIP features, where would I find the client?




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  Reply # 162654 6-Sep-2008 16:29
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No SIP on N-Series is one of Nokia's irritating product differentiation decisions. The N-Series is for multi-media and fun, the E-Series is for business users - who apparently needs SIP more than N-Series owners.

One of the bloggers around the net said it best "Nokia needs to realise that E-Series owners have a life outside of work, and N-Series owners have jobs too" (or at least that was the general thrust of it).




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  Reply # 162706 7-Sep-2008 07:37
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amanzi: I haven't used the SIP features, where would I find the client?



Stuart , you'll find it under Tools > Settings > Connection > but for it to work first you must register with voip company that providers voip calls (e.g. justvoip,voipcheap etc.,).

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  Reply # 162707 7-Sep-2008 07:39
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psychrn: Although I have gone to the dark side ( bought and Iphone) I still have the N 95.
If I want to upgrade it to the new firmware I need to install a sim card.



how is the experience with iphone psychrn ? i tried couple of those iphone at vodafone stores and noticed they are quite sluggish. i mean clicking a menu item takes awhile to respond and entering text was quite difficult. probably that needs some practice.

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  Reply # 162711 7-Sep-2008 08:27
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Hi guys

i've a weird problem after installing v30 firmware, everytime i restart mobile or load MAP application i get message "installing" . i dont know whats installing and it stays for awhile (about 5 mins) and at the end it says "untrusted software found on card ...use application manager ..blah.."

you guys have similar problem and how to resolve it ? thanks for the advise.

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