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  Reply # 162727 7-Sep-2008 09:47
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sqlpro: 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.


I saw that message too.  I just left it to run and install and afterwards everything was fine.  It is trying to reinstall the applications you have on your memory card. 

Should that fail, then delete the applications on your memory card and reinstall them again.

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  Reply # 162972 8-Sep-2008 06:59
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you are right heavenly_child. i uninstalled all those applications and that seems to have fixed the problem.
i thought when u reinstall it would overwrite existing ones as it did not happen when i reinstalled y-browser!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 166792 24-Sep-2008 16:56
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It looks like the v30 firmware is also out for the N95 8GB as well...for anyone who has upgraded - is it worth doing?

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  Reply # 167054 25-Sep-2008 14:12
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I don't own a N95 8GB but it is always a good idea to upgrade the firmware to improve stability and increase functionalities.

My N95 classic now has auto-rotate thanks to the latest round of firmware updates!

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  Reply # 167056 25-Sep-2008 14:20
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I thought auto rotate came with the last firmware V20? Or was that for the 8GB only?

Hmmm, might be time to back up my phone and do a flash

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  Reply # 167064 25-Sep-2008 14:31
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Foo: I thought auto rotate came with the last firmware V20? Or was that for the 8GB only?

Hmmm, might be time to back up my phone and do a flash


Auto-rotate came in the v30 update for the N95 classic.

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