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WhatsApp Modifier – an app to completely close/kill WhatsApp in Symbian phones

We all know that WhatsApp is intended to work as an always on SMS-alternative app but unlike SMS, it uses data to send/receive messages. Despite being a useful and addictive app, sometimes it becomes a nuisance, a stubborn app, unnecessarily running in the background, acting as an intruder in our private life. In my opinion […]

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Delight Belle Custom Firmware now available for Nokia E7 and X7 also

There are quite a few good custom firmwares (CFW) available out there for various Symbian phones. Out of these, Delight custom firmware is perhaps the most popular modded firmware for Symbian^3/Belle devices. Despite the official death of Symbian, the good news is that these CFWs are still getting regular updates, thanks to the passionate independent […]

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[Guide] Using Nokia Data Package Manager to download Nokia phones firmware files

Update (2016) – Unfortunately Microsoft closed down Nokia firmware servers on December 31, 2015 This rendered all Nokia-firmware downloading softwares non-working. Nokia Suite, Nokia PC Suite, Nokia Care Suite, Phoenix Service Software, Nokia Data Package Manager (NDPM), Navifirm, Nokia Software Recovery Tool (NSRT) and all such apps are useless now. However there is still one […]

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Mobile Data Transfer

Easily Transfer Contacts, Messages etc to and from Android, iOS, Java or Symbian phones

After getting a new phone we have quite a few tasks to perform especially if the new phone is replacing our primary device. Transferring media (songs, videos etc) is very easy these days thanks to widespread compatibility of popular media formats across platforms. The difficult part is transfer of contacts, messages, notes and other phone […]

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BT Charger – Recharge Symbian phone’s battery via Bluetooth

BT Charger is an innovative (and potentially a blockbuster) app which the developer claims to actually charge the phone’s battery using electromagnetic radiation in the surroundings and Bluetooth hardware of the phone – aptly called as electromagnetic harvesting. Dennis Siegel, the developer of BT Charger explains the science behind the app as follows (excerpt from […]

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