Here's a list of files you need to delete if you're on 200.21.006.
Use at your own risk. I'm just providing a list of files Internet Radio 1.12 installs.
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First of all, I'm not sure if this is the right place for this kind of reply but I was wondering if any of you could help me out.
I found this discussion through google, and my problem is related to this issue.
I've got an E71 and I was cleaning up software and decided to re-install the internet radio.
I deleted the Nokia internet radio keyspace program from the installed programs menu.
Now, the problem is that I cannot reinstall the internet radio nor can I start the application...
Trying to remove gives and error about being unable to remove the application and trying to reinstall it again gives and error for failure of installation...
What should I do? Would it help me to remove the IR files in sys/bin?
I had the same issue with my E71. After reading the above chain, I simply backed up my files (saved to my memory card) to the phone memory. Note - I did not have that many to move. Then, I formatted the memory card via, "Tools/Memory...". Subsequently, I restored my saved docs and such to the memory card. The internet radio application works fine once more. As noted earlier, do not take the upgrade that is offered when starting the IR application.
Incidentally, I just recently started to use my E71 (purchased in late May) in lieu of my Curve 8320. The Curve was failing and, frankly, I just wanted to try something other than a Crackberry (which I've used for over ~6 years+...my contract is over and I wasn't going to extend another 2 years to get a new, discounted, BB). I like Nokia products (I also use a 6301 with UMA connectivity as a backup phone) and I've recently decided that, while I need to stay connected, I just don't need to receive every email at "the speed of Blackberry". Give RIM their due, no one does email any better and they have such a nicely integrated product yet I've come to wonder if I will lose my mind or my job if my email arrives any less frequent than the 15-30 minutes (IMAP vs POP) that the standard E71 messaging application provides. I also don't like sending my provider the associated BB service fees. The E71, on the other hand, has some nice "office" features plus quick web access and some other nice features like internet radio. Oh, my E71 also tethers as a modem to my PowerBook...glitch-free. I am a heavy mobile communications user, routinely travel internationally (200-300k miles annually), and my smallest cell service invoice in years has been over $250 (with occasional peaks of $1500 or so). I cut about $30 a month from my base invoice by making this move to an unlocked E71 ($300 worth of Amex Points). One more thing, BB devices just don't seem to be built that well and I've gone through a bunch of them over the years. Oh well...
Having said all this, I'd like to make a couple of Newbie suggestions to others considering the E71 (or similar Nokia product) in lieu of a BB. Use Birdstep SmartConnect to manage connectivity. It took me a while to set up the application but my transfers from wifi to cellular are now fairly seamless. I have to confess that I have also begun use Nokia's Beta Push Email application, too. I just didn't see reliable "pulls" occurring on the designated intervals. I tried both Seven and Nokia Push a couple of times before realizing that the killer set up (where everything seemed to work just right) was achieved by deleting all email accounts from the "shipped from the factory" Nokia Messaging application and then performing a clean install of Nokia Push Beta. The interface of the Nokia Pushprogram is quite nice and includes some very effective shortcuts, too. The stock Messaging program just handles text messages at this point.
Best to you all - Tom
2009-08-23 17:58 - last edited on 2009-08-24 4:15 by wildreamer
I have a Nokia E71-2 for North America,
Back in July 09 I got an upgrade invite from NOKIA to upgrade my Internet radio app. After upgrading my Internet radio
was bricked. Calls to nokia were in vain. Support said I NEEDED to return the phone as the only solution. When rev
300.?.??.?? came out I thought it would fix the problem but the NOKIA updater can't find the Internet to update my phone.
To fix my problem I took out the memory card in the phone and found out by accent that the Internet radio app regained
Here was the trick!!
plug the micro card into the computer and search for the file "IRCommandChannel.dll" or "IRNetworkController.dll" any file that was installed when you upgraded your Internet Radio.
In the directory folder re sort the files in the directory to list them by date this is an easy way to find all the files that Nokia placed on the card that bricked the app.
Create a new folder and MOVE, not copy, them to a folder that is not in the directory tree where you found the IRCommandChannel.dll file. (Make a note where these files were in case this doesn't work and you need to un-doo this most basic of file moves)
Highlight all of them and move to the new folder you created to keep the useless files just in case.
Now return the card to your phone and reboot to hopefully hear Internet Radio work.
I think my problem was when I upgraded IR I chose to install the app to my micro card. Nokia poisoned the app when
they gave me the chose to install it in the micro card.
After I did this I needed to re-load / upgrade the mail using http://email.nokia.com/account/home.action
For some reason I could not get to my email from the home screen directly by hilighting the new email. I could always get to my e-mail by holding down the home key "Looks loke a house" then scroll to Email.
When I did the email upgrade the software didn't allow me to install it in the memory card as the Internet Radio upgrade did. Someone is paying attention.
Now the phone is back to top dog status.
My origonal post was edited by someone. They removed / scrubbed my derogatory comments I expressed towards Nokia.