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This page and my Nokia N95 category and Symbian S60 category are exclusively for this brilliant phone and future Nokia smartphones. Over the past 18 months I have used and tested a multitude of applications, and lots of people have asked me, where can they find these applications? My simple answer is “ Google the phone! “ (Try looking on Google for Nokia N95 applications, search for Symbian S60 applications, read blog sites for the phone (there are plenty of them) or just visit the Nokia N95 dedicated support page and be prepared to install and uninstall applications, because it’s the only way you are going to find out about your phone. For me there is no other phone that can compare to the Nokia N95. It’s the best phone on the market, even better than the Nokia N95 8GB, and until someone can prove me wrong, and I don’t just mean in one area of mobile technology, because there isn’t just one area of the N95 that is superior (if I could use that adjective), there are many.
In the beginning … <img src="http://images.intomobile.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/n93_box.jpg" alt="n93_box.jpg" /> When the term “multimedia computer” was first unleashed by the Nokia marketing machine it was ridiculed and rejected by the masses. How dare does a company even attempt to begin to compare a fully functional notebook or desktop computer to a mobile phone?
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It has been a long long time since the Pimp Your N95 post. I was partially at work, traveling amongst other things. Didn’t have access to a computer for long periods… the works! However, I’m glad to say, I’m finally back and have the honor to present Pimp Your N95 – 2!
Score: 90% Rafe takes a closer look at the music capabilities of the N95. There's a lot on offer here.
April 3rd, 2007 • Mark Guim • The Nokia N95 EURO product codes and language packs are now available. The document these were included are confidential along with the announcement of an updated fiirmware version 10.0.018 but somehow got leaked. These product codes can be used to change the language included in your phone, as well as updating to the latest firmware if it is not available in your particular region.
Gizmoratty over at N95Users has filled us in on an expected firmware revision for the N95-1. The new firmware, labeled v21.0.001, has been released to Web Runtime Developers and adds what appears to be several new enhancements -one being better YouTube playback. Version date for the firmware is 16-10-07, so we could be seeing this any day now. Please note that this upcoming revision is for the N95-1 (EURO) model, and not supported under the N95-3 US Edition or the N95 8GB.
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PLEASE, read this tutorial carefully, it works at 100% !, due to lack of time, I can't help you more, so, don't send me an email regarding the signing process - sorry for this. Step-to-step tutorial : HOW TO get a signed version of FExplorer This tuto has been updated on 01/21/2008 to reflect the changes of symbiansigned.com (all credits go to Team 3G365 ) You can find all the files needed in this tutorial here :
Hi, I have seen that a lot of people on various forums/blogs are in need of a guide showing how to debrand the Nokia N95. Therefore I thought I would provide one. The information that I have collated to make this guide is found on various sites, these are referenced at the bottom of the post.
The popularity of the Nokia’s classic Nseries device is showing no signs of waning, in fact if anything it seems to be on the increase. Here in the UK the amount of N95’s I seen in use over the last few months far outnumbers any other phone. The British public seem to be totally smitten by the N95’s photo abilities.