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Topic # 92212 29-Oct-2011 00:47
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Does anyone on here own a N9 or know someone who does?

My wifes pretty keen on one but it needs to be able to read QR codes, preferably using the Upcode app.  Officially Upcode doesn't work on the N9 however I suspect that UPCode is built using QT and therefore wonder that it might actually work on the N9.  Has anyone tried to use Upcode?

Also the N9 would need to have a good email client.  What is the email setup like to use?

One other thing that would be handy though not absolutely necessary is to be able to edit documents.  The specs mention document reading capability.  What does it use for this, Quick Office?  If so has anyone tried the upgrade to see if it can edit documents?

Can anyone on here provide any feedback.  Thanks




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  Reply # 538955 29-Oct-2011 08:48
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Email client is fantastic and setup was the easiest I've had yet.

I have no doubt we'll see a QR Code reader soon. UpCode doesn't work.

The document viewer is currently that only, I've yet to see any editors. It's not using QuickOffice

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