May 30, 2009
I was actually happy because at first I thought it's not possible to update the Nokia Software, using the user's computer with Internet Access. I thought it was only possible with Sony Ericsson. Because of the user-friendly software called "Nokia Software Updater", I was able to update my N70 phone to the latest firmware. Which is version 5.0705.3.0.1
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The update software only shows that there's an improvement when it comes to the Music Manager and Bluetooth Capabilities of the Phone. But then, I wanted a more detailed explaination, something like a changelog on this new version of software that was installed on my phone.
Well, I was only redirected to a list of changes for the latest phones today. Not my N70 phone. But it's fine. I'm always thinking that somehow it's a lot faster than before. Hopefully it's true, not psychological :manhappy:
The Music program of N70, well it was able to see my missing M4A files that I thought I wasn't able to upload them to my phone (old firmware). Messages are somehwat, well faster to open.. I guess..
Well, here's the thing. The program FExplorer or any program that asks the user to restart the phone or probably any program that sends the "restart" signal to my N70 phone, well basically it doesn't restart my phone anymore. I had to manually remove the battery. Because it hangs. It never happens with the old firmware. The 2.0 firmware. The original fimware that came with my N70 phone. Before, I used the restart function of FExplorer, and the program did managed to restart my phone successfully.
Well now, it hangs.So, is that an issue with the latest firmware? By the way I'm using the latest version of FExplorer...some of my friends are using the same phone as well, of course different firmware. They were able to use the restart function of FExplorer.