MY phone originally had a lot of nice ringtones, had no problems with anything i used, had an option of silent camera shutter and many more. Why did Nokia offered me something as bad as Belle?
Yes, it has some interesting features but has nothing I really need! I don't need that huge menu list with a lot of things I don't use and don't know how to uninstall if it's possible. I don't really need those six homescreens and icons I'm able to move! I wanted to TRY this softwared but didn't want no way back!
When, yes, WHEN will be the downgrading to original software available?
Why is Nokia so interested in inventing this belle thing..
To uninstall apps from the menu screen just long press on the app you want to remove and select Delete from the pop-up menu. To remove a home screen press the menu button (three horizontal lines on the bottom right) and select Delete this home screen.
You can still create folders in the applications list and move apps into them to organise things to your liking.
Nokia will not be providing a solution to roll back to previous versions of the firmware.
However, what about the sound of the camera shutter? Why did Nokia turn it always on letting you only change the sound?
Well, I wish you to fix all the mentioned (not only by me) bugs because I'm already sick of them..
There is a camera shutter sound "off" option on my N8 Belle - but I need to scroll the list of sounds to make it visible.
For the rest of your comments I can assure you it feels just as awkward going from Belle to Anna, and it is way better for my blood pressure to commit myself to Belle, learning the changes and working around the troubles with the help of this forum while waiting for the fixes that will come - i.e. the small Qt stability update apparently sorted out the trouble with Sleeping Screen and so I can again impress the Android and iPhone users at the pub.