Laitos - enjoy the vacation, you work for Nokia so you bloody deserve it!
When you get back, I'm pretty sure that every single Nokia E75 owner would love to know if this new update fixes the 'Other Files' problem.
Y'know the one: you buy a brand new E75 from a Nokia flagship store, and just as you want to ask them why the 'Other Files' folder is strangely eating up your phone's pathetic internal memory, you find out that Nokia have closed the store. You call customer service who don't help, you send the phone to Palco in Alabama, they send it back and the problem still exists... Gray hairs accumulate on your head as you wonder if that $400 you spent 4 months ago was actually worth it, seeing as Nokia seem to have distanced themselves from their own product, as if the E75 was a drunken mistake, and each family get-together is just awkward, with nobody talking or making eye contact around the dinner table.
Just wondering. That's all.
Enjoy the vacation!
Well I've used this firmware on my e75 with product code 0570135 and now I don't get a single bar of reception !! I tried re-installing x3 and even tried 3 different sims with no luck..Just bloody great Nokia !!!!
* bug with RDS is still there
* hidden WLAN you can still find in a bomb shelter
* I have good idea for future relases Maybe you can add updated OVI Store into firmware, because you have to download and install latest version manually (again)
* of course, stupid bug with display rotation function still drain my battery
* maybe one good thing: problem with "messing up icons in the menu" and "bug with installer" were solved, or I'm just lucky and haven't register it yet
* I haven't problems with phone stability
And I will be happy if nokia add torch feature for this phoneE75 (RM-412) fw: 211.12.01
Hi, Budovi, what is RDS?
I have the exact same problem. I have purchased an extension to my maps voice navigation for my E75 for another year - just before I went on holiday - in order to be able to find the holiday destination! I then upgraded my firmware (as you have) and...
I open Maps and it comes on for a few seconds - I see the map I saw last time I used it, the satelite bar goes blank, then goes strangely striped red - then sometimes finds the signal, sometimes does not, but regardless - the whole maps software switches off - usually takes about 5-10 seconds for the whole thing to happen.
I have deleted my old maps - uploaded new ones, loaded the software again - tried everything - to no avail.
The GPS data software works well and Google Maps and ViewRanger both work fine. But still no maps...
Nokia - how do I go about asking for my money back?
My phone is working fine (apart from the not-yet-for-free Maps...). VOIP works, browsing works, apps run fine, installed skype, fring and others and it never locks up.
One thing though really bugs me:
The email client. Why on earth there's not an option to always accept certificate from certificate-less email servers? I just have "accept this time only" and "view certificate details". It really cannot be difficult to fix it. I have to manually select "accept this time only" every time the client connects to the mail server, thus rendering the point of a background runnning client utterly pointless.
please fix this and I'll be happy!
At first, SSL encryption is good way to be protected from phishing and other internet threads. You should contact your email provider and 1, ask for the certificate if it use its own certificate (provider has not enough money to buy certificate from CA) 2, demand using new certificate, if it use out-dated certificate.
You can also turn SSL off if provider support it.
And I think that it is not a problem with email client. In symbian OS, SSL certificates are controlled globally. You get same warn when using web browser, which is built-in, or when you are using opera, nokia email...
It's my own mail server and I can't afford to buy an official certificate from a certification authority.
I tried to disable "certificate verification" in settings->applications->application manager and it didn't work. Email client keeps asking if I want to accept the certificate this time only. I've also noticed that the web browser offers the option "accept always" when I visit an encrypted page.
>It's my own mail server and I can't afford to buy an official certificate from a certification >authority.
>I tried to disable "certificate verification" in settings->applications->application manager and
>it didn't work. Email client keeps asking if I want to accept the certificate this time only. I've
>also noticed that the web browser offers the option "accept always" when I visit an
If you want to use SSL with your own (untrusted) certificate, then you need to somehow install the certificate on your phone.
As far as I can tell, the experience you're having is perfectly correct.
Now, I have never installed a privately-signed certificate on my Nokia, but searching in google shows some promising information.
and here: http://www.xargs.com/s60/s60-cert.html
Let us know if this solves the problem!
First time poster long time stalker. Thanks for your good work. It is people like you that drag old companies like Nokia kicking and screaming into the new world.
Understandably you don't have control over it but have you heard of any news on the UK release?
From reading your last post RE the UK you said "I got a message that they've now requested an urgent update to the UK variants." Does this mean they found a few bugs in it and want them sorted prior to release? Any expansion on this that you are capable of would be great.
I have a E75 UK variant (E75-1, RM-412, 0577045, 202.12.01) and Ovi Suite shows an update available to the 211.12.01 but it fails everytime I try (even after factory defaulting). I have tried an OTA update but that shows that there is no update. I guess this is because the UK haven't released it.
On a side note are the different variants hardware based or just software and if it is software based can a Care Centre change this?
The reason I ask is that the phone was bought whilst living in the UK and now I live in Australia it would be good to have it set to the country I am in.
I understand your pain with the different countries. I was working for a German manufacturer in the UK and they also held back software releases. There will be bugs no matter how many countries try to test it themselves.