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Set Nokia Startup Tune as Your Ringtone!

Ever wondered where your Nokia (S60v2) phone’s built-in ringtones are? For strange reasons, Nokia placed these tones in Hidden ROM memory which you cannot access through phone’s (Dumb and useless) file manager. To access these sounds, you must have FExplorer (or X-Plore) installed on your phone (FExplorer is free and can be downloaded from www.gosymbian.com).Run […]

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Best Imaging Apps for Symbian Phones

Most of the Symbian smartphones today have a decent inbuilt image editor, by which you can do basic manipulation of your photos, but if you want some extra functionality and more fun with your images then try following wonderful applications: 1. Reallusion Photo Optimizer 2. Photorite (from Zensis) 3. Photobase (from Arcsoft) 4. Magix Mobile […]

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5 Simple Measures to Keep Your Symbian Phone Safe and Secure

Smartphones are increasingly used today as data storage devices, thanks to humongous memory chips. Though tiny in comparison to computer memory, they can easily outperform many flash based USB drives of today. More and more peoples are relying on their smartphones to carry their confidential data, hence the incidences of data theft are also increasing. […]

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Sending sis/jar files via Bluetooth from Symbian Mobiles Bypassing “Unable To Send Protected Objects” Warning

If you are a cellfone freak and own a Symbian mobile then you must have encountered this annoying message “Unable to send protected objects” while transferring sis, sisx, jar etc files to other devices. This is a ridiculous and useless restriction considering many possible ways of transferring and sharing such files. It is very simple […]

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MOBILE SCREEN UPSIDE-DOWN CODES (NOKIA 1600, 2300, 1209 etc)

MOBILE SCREEN UPSIDE-DOWN CODES (NOKIA 1600, 2300, 1209 etc)

Surprise your friends with this fun trick. Following are some codes to exploit the faulty firmware on the above mentioned models of Nokia, just type the given code at Idle (Standby) Screen: *#5513# (To turn screen upside down) *#5512# and *#5514# (To divide the screen into two, clockwise and counterclockwise) *#5511# (To bring screen back […]

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