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  2. Hello Everybody, I just recently ported Android Upcoming Jelly Bean OS's Sound Files (Ringtones, SMS/Notification Sounds, Alarm Sounds and even its UI Sound Files too) for our Symbian Smartphones, I hope you may all like it! So, I am sharing them here (download the zip attachment below) Enjoy!!
  3. Great News Guyz, As promised by Nokia, Microsoft Apps 2.01 (5315) is now available for all Belle FP1 Devices through OTA & Nokia Suite! Package size is around 44 MB (Screenshots Attached Below) Here are the screenshots:
  4. Working Hack for Nokia Belle FP1 (Nokia 808, 700, 701 & 603) - Norton Symbian Hack by CODeRUS Big Thanks to CODeRUS & Marco Bellino a.k.a. Il. Socio This will alow to Install Unsigned Apps & Games (It 'll remove the Certificate & SmartInstaller Errors) Method: 1. Install "NortonSymbianHackLDD.sis" 2. Start the Application 3. Go to Options - Anti-Virus - Quarantine list 4. Select each file from the list and restore it (Restore each one individually or Select Restore All) 5. Exit the application, delete it from Application manager (Symantec Symbian Hack) and also delete c:\shared\ folder. Sometimes this folder doesn't get created. 6. Install "RomPatcherPlus_3.1_LiteVersion.sisx" in C Drive (Phone Memory). 7. Launch and apply patches: - Open4all for full access to system folders (private,sys,system,data, etc.) 8. Extract "Install Server RP+ 1.7.rmp" and copy the file to phone. 9. Now using Nokia FileBrowser to Move/Copy "Install Server RP+ 1.7.rmp" to C:\Patches. 10. Start RomPatcher+ again and apply "Install ServerRP+ 1.7" (Add to Auto) 11. Restart Phone (Optional) NOTE: DO NOT USE XPLORE, IT CANNOT OPEN & HANG YOUR SMARTPHONE ALSO BECAUSE IT IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH NOKIA BELLE FP1, SO THATS WHY I PROVIDED NOKIA FILEBROWSER, I KNOW THAT OPERATING IT IS NOT SO EASY BUT ITS SAFE. (All the Required Apps & Patches are provided in the added Attachment Below - Download it) Enjoy! 9516_.zip
  5. Font Zoomer Lite v.3.21 - Somyac This program is for Nokia will serve as a tool that will allow you to completely customize the font in your phone. With Font Zoomer You can replace the system font, change the font size, transparency, and the space between characters. After applying the settings in the program, to produce a result, the smartphone must be restarted, developers presented two Versions Full and Lite. Features "replacement of the system font, "change the font size, "change the font transparency;?" change in the space between characters, "restoring the default settings. Compatible with with Symbian ^ 3, 9.1, 9.2 , 9.3, 9. 8507_.zip
  6. Hello Everyone!!! Recently, I am Experimenting Old Nokia Cellphone TrueType Font on my Symbian Belle Device, tested it on my Nokia 701 Dark Steel! So, I share this Font here also!! If you Guyz are interested to try this Stuff, Just download the Font .RAR File attached Below, (FontZoomer App Required) It remembers & feels the experiance of using an Old Nokia Cellphones of 90's like Nokia 1200 or others! NOTE: Don't try to use Opera Mini Web Browser while using this Font! Bcoz Opera Mini does not support this Font and then an Unexpected Restart Occurs!! Your Suggestions & Views most Welcome here! Settings: Font Size (in Font Zoomer) set as = 90% Font Size (in Phone/Display/Messaging Settings) set as = "Small" Install: Extract the Font File from Zip and put it to C: Data/Fontzoomer/ (by using Xplore) (Font File & Screenshots Attached Below) 5717_.rar
  7. Sure bro, but it can't support modded belle navibar of s60v5!
  8. Hello Everyone!!! Here, I am sharing a Simple and Classic TrueType Font (Roboto of Android ICS OS) for Symbian Anna/Belle Devices, (Font Zoomer App Required), tested it on my Nokia 701 Dark Steel & also fully Compatible with Opera Mini Web Browser, I hope you will all like it!!! Settings: Font Size (in Font Zoomer) set as = 100% Font Size (in Phone/Display/Messaging Settings) set as = "Normal" Install: Extract the Font File from Zip and put it to C: Data/Fontzoomer/ (by using Xplore) (Font File & Screenshots Attached Below) 5635_.zip
  9. We already knew that Nokia was working on the release of new flavors of its Symbian operating system, supposedly called Carla and Donna, but no specific info on what these might be all about has emerged until now. Today, however, we can have a close look at the UI in these platform releases, courtesy of a series of screenshots that MyNokiaBlog just brought up. The screenshots show that Nokia is moving towards a MeeGo-like appearance on Symbian, something that has been mentioned in the Symbian UI guidelines from several months ago (updated in the meantime to better reflect the evolution of the platform). The latest changes that were applied to Symbian’s UI include modifications to the buttons and to the switches, along with newer notification dialogues. When compared to what the currently available Symbian Belle has to offer, these changes point at very appealing new flavors of the platform, that’s for sure. Users should be able to benefit from interactive scroll bar in view, and will be able to scroll either through gestures or by dragging only the scroll bar to the right. Some other changes are also present throughout the system, though some of the things that would appeal to users have been already included in previous flavors of the platform. Overall, however, the upcoming Symbian Carla and Donna should provide users with a more consistent experience, making devices far more appealing than currently available ones. Symbian phones that will get a taste of the upcoming OS flavors will also be able to impress, that’s for sure. What remains to be seen is when these new OS flavors would be set to make an appearance, since Nokia hasn’t made an official announcement on them until now. Symbian fans will certainly rejoice learning that the platform is about to become so great, though the fact that Nokia will pull the plug on it in five years or so is no reason to be happy.
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