Last week Skype announced that they are partnering with Nokia, to make Skype available in high-end Nokia Nseries devices running the Symbian S60 operating system, offering users pre-loaded out-of-the-box Skype calls, instant messages and more, via both 3G and WiFi. This is definitely a great benefit for users of Skype who prefer Nokia Nseries mobiles. However, you will need a strong internet connection as well as preferably an unlimited data plan.
Last week, I guided you through Backing up your Nokia phone. This week, as promised, I’ll teach you how to update your Nokia Symbian phone via Nokia Software Updater. Let me remind you yet again that you should backup your phone settings before proceeding with the update as it will completely restore all the settings etc.
Well, many of us have a Nokia mobile and some of us have a Symbian S60 series mobile. The good thing about using a Symbian S60 Mobile is the ability for you to upgrade the firmware all by yourself. Upgrading the firmware would erase all the settings, messages and contacts on your phone. So, before I guide you through upgrading your phone, I’ll first teach you how to backup your phone using Nokia PC Suite.
Select your model from the list displayed on that page and download the version of Nokia PC Suite. Once downloaded, run the installer and complete the installation. You may be asked to restart your computer.
On restarting, Nokia PC Suite will open the Connection Manager that will guide you through connecting your mobile phone.
Select the instructions on screen. You can choose your connection depending on if you have a cable or bluetooth. I recommend a cable since the transfers are much faster.Read More »Backup your Nokia phone with Nokia PC Suite
Do you have an iPhone? Well think again before you go around showing it off to all your friends! Via: John Chow
This week has been a rather active week for the folks at Google. You can now publish to your Blogger blog directly from iGoogle. Additionally, you can now choose to embed comments below your post inself instead of having them on a new page.
Ever since I activated GPRS on my N73, I’ve been hunting for something to make my blogs mobile friends. There are quite a few WordPress plugins that would achieve the job, however, I remained unsatisfied with them. Then I stumbled upon MoFuse.