Akshayujjawal: coming soon. I'll post an update here when the FOTA update packages are available.
SW update instructions can be found here: http://www.nokia.com/global/support/software-updat
try these steps:
Download and install Opera mini or some other 3rd party browser app (through Nokia Store application on the phone or alternatively via Nokia Suite on your PC). After Opera Mini is installed to the phone, use it to navigate http://download.browser.ovi.com URL and download/reinstall Nokia Browser.
Few users already said this would have solved their problem.
Thank you for this post. i have been trying to install this update onto my asha 200 but it disconnects and puts an error meesage:
cannot install software. there was a connection between nokia suite and the phone.
please help. thank you
one things to check is that you have the latest Nokia Suite version installed (3.7.22 from few weeks back). You can download it from: http://nds1.nokia.com/files/support/global/phones/
Good news - a lot of remaining Latin Americas variants got the 11.95 update today and majority of the FOTA update packages should be also now published for all regions.
may i know when these updates(multiple delete messages & graphic equalizer) will come?even basic nokia phones is having these options. Why to go for this mobile?
even after 3-4 software updates u people are not adding them. Its very bad.. loosing hopes on NOKIA...
even my bro's phone nokia 112 shows as "CERTIFICATE NOT ON PHONE" when installing few applications.
Dnt know why nokia making such an unbaked phones and releasing into market ! Just loosing their brand value !
where are you installing those applications from? and which apps specifically? Which SW version does you device currently have? (check this typing *#0000# in the device homescreen)
I'll link this old thread for a few explanations on the topic: http://discussions.nokia.com/t5/Pool-of-Knowledge/
here's also a bit more technical answer: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Inst
I don't have a Nokia 112 around right now to check if the usual root certificates come with the SW or whether for example Thawte or Verisign (which have been quite commonly used to Java developers) root cert be missing. But one step would be to check with which cert the application you are attempting to install is signed with.
Thank you. I have checked my phone and saw few certificates named as "verisigncode signing,thawte server,thawte premium etc etc there are many.(how ever am not expert in the technical language).Also i will see the link provided by you.
Not all the applications show the certificate error,but few and its DAMN SURE they are downloaded from NOKIA STORE ONLY. And reinstalling the firmware for this is not possible from my side as it has not got a usb option.so each and every time i need to take it to NCC.
2013-01-28 13:54 - edited 2013-01-28 13:55
If you discover such "invalid" downloads from Nokia Store, then it's surely an issue we should escalate forward. Let me know the app names and we'll take a look.
Nokia 112 doesn't indeed have USB (so yes, reinstallation can't be done by the end-users), but updating the phone SW over the air is still possible.
what exactly do you mean? if the update went through as it should, continue using the phone normally I guess