Hi everyone, I've Nokia Lumia 820 and i'm not able import contacts from SIM to the phone. Help me! Thank You

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Hello guys I want to start with nokia asha app development So help me out Thanks

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after developing a push enhanced application using nokia mobile internet toolkit,to host or implement the application i need nokia active server. i have searched google but i have no where to find it. . please help me with a link of where i can find and downlaod nokia active server

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guys,i am developing an application in Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit which i am pushing an SI indicator,i was using simulator and now i want to use a real phone and to test it in a real wireless environment.what tools can i use and how can i deploy my application? please help am stack

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When I try to switch on the phone I get a white screen(back-light on). To switch it off I need to take out the battery. I've found some repair guides saying 'apply this jumper' but I don't know exactly what it is. I know it's an old phone but I'm just trying to repair it. Thanks in advance

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Hi, i creating an application in C#, I am using nokia E71. My application can send SMS using AT commands, but it is not receving and reding SMS. Please help me in reading SMS

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i am trying to make a program that edits contacts on a Nokia phone using J2ME but i don't know how to access the contacts help please

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i am trying to make a program that edits contacts on a Nokia phone using J2ME but i don't know how to access the contacts help please

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Hello, I want to make a Nokia S40 Software for my personal use. But I don't know which is the best tool for making this software. I can't find any tutorial on this on Daniweb forum, please help me and suggest me simple Mobile Dev tool.

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Nokia announced two new Symbian devices, the Nokia E6 and the Nokia X7. With the new smart phones, Nokia also introduced its latest software update, known as Symbian Anna. For details on the news check this: [URL="http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/nokia-developer-news/2011/04/12/symbian-anna-software-and-2-new-devices"][U]http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/nokia-developer-news/2011/04/12/symbian-anna-software-and-2-new-devices[/U][/URL] These devices also power apps developed with Qt, thus the business opportunity with Nokia even better for developers. Nokia will soon make the Symbian Anna software update available to existing users of the Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia C6 and Nokia E7 via OTA downloads. Running on devices powered by the Qt framework, developers can create applications for these smart phones using Qt …

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I was surfing net for updates and I found Mobile Hands-on Lab v1.5. It has modules that cover Qt, Web Development and Java Me. It give an outline to the module contents, explains the Development Environment, describes the key aspects of the programming language, also provides with an optional brief test to check that you have understood the key concepts. Check out this cool link: [url]http://www.forum.nokia.com/document/Mobile_Hands-on_Labs/[/url] It contains a step-by-step guide for creating an application.

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Hi.I'm using Ubuntu 10.10. I wanna use sms gateway service. So, I've installed Kannel sms gateway and also I've installed playsms to manage it. I'm using my Nokia 5233 mobile phone as modem. Can u pls help me in confoguring and sending the sms using playsms & my nokia 5233 modem through the kannel gateway.... Step by step explanation is expected. Isearched the net, lots are there but not able to understand. So simple and clear explanation is expected. I wanna do this for my project. So pls help. Its urgent. Thanks.

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[ATTACH=right]16801[/ATTACH]The holiday shopping season has apparently come early to the tech world. First came the big and stupefying news that [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story305645.html"]Intel was purchasing security leader McAfee[/URL] for $7.68 billion earlier, and now the end of the week brings a new flurry of acquisitions from three more industry leaders. [B]Google Likes What it Sees in Like.com[/B] It's been a long, tortured romance between the two search engines. The Mountain View Monster originally courted Like.com's visual search service for retail back in 2004 when the brand new company was known as Riya. As Like.com itself explains, its technology... [QUOTE]lets us understand visually …

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It's not in the stores yet but in Europe at least the anticipation is hotting up for the [URL="http://ww.nokia.com"]Nokia[/URL] N8 smartphone. It's causing excited ripples for two reasons: first it's going to be seen as the first time Nokia has come out with something serious to combat the iPhone in its core market, and second because Nokia is so clearly still a [URL="http://www.symbian.co.uk"]Symbian[/URL] company. It's worth repeating the first of those points. Nokia, still the market leader in the mobile market by a long stretch, is only just about to release its competitor to the Apple iPhone. This should tell …

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While Apple continues to bask in financial glory thanks in no small part to the iPhone, although the iPad hasn't exactly done it much harm, the same smartphone success does not appear to have rubbed off on the Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia. As Apple gloated about having the most successful quarter in the history of Apple in terms of revenue, up by 61 percent from last year to $15.7 billion, so Nokia could only weep as profits fell by 40 percent despite a slight growth in revenue between April and June from $12.78 billion (€9.91 billion) to $12.89 billion …

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The co-CEOs of BlackBerry developers Research In Motion, Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie, have accused Steve Jobs of unacceptable behaviour and Apple of avoiding responsibility for its design mistakes. "RIM's customers don't need to use a case for their BlackBerry smartphone to maintain proper connectivity" they say. Meanwhile Nokia insists that it will "prioritize antenna performance over physical design" every time, in a clear dig at the iPhone development process. [attach]15886[/attach]It was [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story297194.html"]only a matter of time before the sticky stiff hit the fan following the Apple iPhone 4 press conference yesterday[/URL] during which Steve Jobs first claimed all phones …

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I am developing an application to send and receive SMS from Desktop via nokia mobile phone modem. So far I am successful in sending sms through my application. But it seems as if my modem doesnot supports AT commands to read SMS. I have tried to read the SMS from my sim or phone memory in a number of ways, but i was not able to read in any case. Please enlighten me regarding this.

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[URL="http://www.nokia.com"]Nokia[/URL]'s decision to back the [URL="http://www.symbian.org"]Symbian[/URL] operating system with its new [URL="http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-n8"]N8[/URL] smartphone, which we can expect to see in Q3, could prove more important that you'd have thought initially. There are a number of reasons for this. First, it's the first phone based on the system since the code went open. This puts it in a different category to the iPhone, Blackberry and Google's [URL="http://www.google.com/phone"]Nexus One[/URL]. The market will decide whether this actually matters very much. Second, it's a substantial phone company making this statement. This isn't a little business like some of the competition saying it's going to …

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The [URL="http://www.linux.com/news/featured-blogs/158-jim-zemlin/286723-bringing-the-magic-to-linux-with-meego-"]announcement[/URL] from The [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org"]Linux Foundation[/URL]'s Jim Zemlin: [QUOTE]MeeGo combines Intel’s Moblin and Nokia’s Maemo projects at the Linux Foundation to create one open source uber-platform for the next generation of computing devices: tablets, pocketable computers, netbooks, automotive IVI and more. Why should you pay attention to this announcement? With MeeGo you have the world’s largest chip manufacturer and the world’s largest mobile handset manufacturer joining forces to create an incredible opportunity for developers who want to reach millions of users with innovative technology.[/QUOTE] MeeGo, as Zemlin describes it, " is not an OS designed for a legacy purpose that …

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The trend in recent years has been from smartphones to get bigger screens and slimmer profiles, with everyone pretty much following where the Apple iPhone leads them. Until now, that is, with Nokia breaking free from the constraints of a huge touchscreen and apparently opting for a tiny candy-bar design instead. Ladies and gentlemen, presenting what looks like being the world's smallest smartphone: the Nokia C5. The folks over at DailyMobile are claiming something of a scoop with what appear to be a whole bunch of [URL="http://dailymobile.se/2010/02/03/nokia-c5-leaked-pictures-of-a-new-symbian-s60-device-from-nokia/"]leaked photos[/URL] of the as yet unreleased Symbian S60 candy-bar smartphone, the Nokia C5. …

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It is something of a good and bad news day for mobile phone giant Nokia. On the same day that it announces shipping of the new N900 handset, based on the open source Maemo 5 software, Nokia is also recalling a staggering 14 million mobile phone chargers due to concerns that they represent a potential electric shock hazard. Although Nokia itself states that it has started an exchange program for "a limited number of Nokia-branded chargers manufactured by a third party supplier" it is understood that the number involved is actually 14 million. It seems that the plastic covers can …

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You have to give Steve Ballmer and Microsoft credit. After years of sitting on the sidelines playing defense and catch-up, this year they have definitely been on offense. Whether it's the ad wars, releasing Bing, the deal with Yahoo!, the retail strategy or its latest move, a deal with Nokia , the company known for being stodgy and slow seems to have finally awaken from its decade long slumber and is attempting to define the terms of the game. To that end, Ive decided to grade Microsoft on each of these moves. [B]Ad Wars - Grade: D[/B] While the company …

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According to a new [URL="http://www.v3.co.uk/v3/polls/2245397/poll-summer-smartphones"]poll[/URL] the Apple iPhone 3GS is the smartphone that most Brits would want to be seen with on the beach this summer. The poll asked some 1500 people which smartphone they would be taking to the beach, and 28 percent of them said it would have to be the iPhone 3GS. In second place on a fairly distant 11 percent was the new Nokia N97 which placed just a fraction ahead of HTC Hero on 10 percent of the vote. Way back in fourth place was the Palm Pre which collected five percent of voters, and …

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I hope I am not the only person who has occasionally thought that his mobile phone bears more than a passing resemblance to something straight out of Star Trek. Not being a Trekkie myself I cannot say whether it is a communicator or one of those handheld medical scanners, a tricorder is it? Anyway, one thing is for sure, and that is that mobile phones are getting a lot more Star Trek these days. And probably none more so than the Nokia 5800 limited edition which is being launched in the UK on May 1st, which should come as no …

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One more note on the solar energy piece I wrote about yesterday. Evidently, the bad news on solar energy has made its way across the country. According to Barclays Capital analyst Vishal Shah early today, two solar energy stocks have seen their ratings cut due to lousy demand for solar energy by U.S. consumers. Says Shah; “With over 1 GW of inventory in the channel, any demand recovery is unlikely to result in overall industry shipments growth until Q4.” One stock, Sunpower, saw its price target to $18, down from $35. For First Solar, Shah dropped his price target from …

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Rumors are rampant over a proposed Verizon-Nokia deal on a 4G mobile device, as equity options traders snapped up calls (options to buy a given stock at lower prices) in anticipation of a big run-up in Nokia’s stock. Nokia is trading at: $8.76, up a tick or two from the previous close. Expect that to change in the next few days, unless the companies involved step in an squash the rumors. Elsewhere, is there money in Star Wars-like t-laser technology? The Motley Fool things so, and its poster child is Newport Technologies. I listened to a half-hour broadcast on Newport, …

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Mobile phones have become many things, and I am just waiting for the first to appear which does away with that 'make and receive voice calls' requirement. Mind you, there is some argument that the iTouch does that, considering that it is an iPhone without the phone bit. But I digress. Nokia has been one of the movers and shakers in the smartphone development market for as long as I can recall. Now it has taken one more step into the realm of mobile phone madness by announcing it has developed a smart home platform that will allows users to …

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According to a news story published at [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/news/199221/linux-set-for-mobile-boost-says-nokia.html"]IT Pro[/URL] it would appear that Nokia is predicting that Linux will play an increasingly important role within its Internet enabled device line up. Nokia spokesperson Kari Tuutti is quoted as saying that while the mobile phone giant has used Linux already in Internet tablets it will "expand that range and we believe that the role of Linux will grow." A sentiment echoed by Nokia's chief financial officer Rick Simonson who is said to have responded to a question regarding the role of Linux-based tablets at Nokia with "It's going to be terribly …

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Nokia recently undertook a survey of consumers in emerging markets and exposed a new trend: mobile phone sharing. Apparently, more than 50 percent of those surveyed in India and Pakistan, plus almost 30 percent in Vietnam, either already share or would be willing to share the use of their mobile phone with family or friends. Alex Lambeek, Vice President of Entry Devices with Nokia does not as the name suggests deal with doorbells, but rather the lower end of the handset product line. Lambeek reckons that phone sharing is a logical trend in the less mature markets, saying "more and …

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At first glance you might not immediately connect the Symbian loving Nokia with Microsoft in any way, shape or form. However, Nokia does know its market and so has already been collaborating with Microsoft on the Windows Media entertainment side of the fence. That collaboration is now to be boosted following the announcement today that support for Microsoft PlayReady technology will be built into the Nokia S60 and Series 40 mobile device platforms. This new content access technology from Microsoft makes it relatively easy for both content owners and service providers to deliver virtually any type of digital content in …

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