I recently bought a PureView808, and have a couple of questions:
1. Is it possible to record more than 60min of audio with the recorder app? Seems like recordings just stop there.
2. I installed some old Symbian programs, that don't know touchscreen. Is there some way to force the keyboard to come up, so these old apps can get their key input?
If not, I kindly request Nokia to make this possible
I actually use Tiny7 on all my Belle devices inclusive 808.
It is not supported anymore acccording to the developer but it is superb anyway for recording meetings for example.
I think you can check out for Anna devices through Nokia store through your pc..
I know that it isnt available in Nokia store for 808, but I have it installed and it is working just great.
Perhaps In-call ofice otherwise search the store and type all kinds of search words.
Thanks for the suggestions!
1. I looked at the NokiaStore, but couldn't find anything claiming to support the 808's stereo-mics. I want to record music rehearsals. As it stands, I'm fine with Nokia's recorder app, just wish it could do more than 60minutes in high quality stereo.
2.Forcing the keyboard out, could help compatability with legacy apps, it should be a simple fix. I doubt the apps will ever be updated (eg. Citrix client for E61/E70, the program runs fine, and is just waiting for input, cursor flashing - if only I could force the keyboard to appear!
Perhaps you can use the videocamera instead? The file will be bigger (and probably ends after approx. 2GB I guess). But if you block the lens (I doubt a full black image will take much bandwith) and use the lowest resolution then you will have the most bandwith available for your audio.
Does the 5800XM also have dual mics? Perhaps 3rd party apps for that device will work? In fact how do you know that "normal" current 3rd party memo-recorders don't use the rich-recording feature automagically?
2013-02-08 3:22 - edited 2013-02-08 3:23
Yeah, there is no 60 minute limit for videos! I just compared 3 recordings (48kHz AAC stereo 192kbps).
A 60min audio only file was about 100MB.
A 60min 720p video file came in at about 600MB (static dark picture).
A 60min 360p 15fps video file resulted in a 250MB file (static dark picture).
Guess thats usable, might even convince the bandmembers to let their ugly mugs show , though the battery time is gonna be reduced.
all the best