Probably going to buy this masterpiece again. The Nokia E72, basically the thinkpad of mobile phones.
Is there anyone that uses a Symbian S60 phone as well?
Android/Apple manchildren go discuss your snapchat devices somewhere else.
Funniest thing is that when I was moving files I had a password protected sd in there so I needed to circumvent the password. The password file is in some cases stored as a plain text file in the phone so I downloadeda bunch of utilities to get it. Anyway, it had lots of malware processes like 'harvester' and a bunch of very suspicious shit. If you're doing this for security then forget it, especially since symbian is dead.
Think it's still usable these days, there's whatsapp, nokia maps, opera probably still works. Don't know what's the status with push mail, probably could get something working through exchange.
The thing that killed S60 for me was no evernote or any other cloud note taking app so back in the days I switched to iphone and shortly afterwards to andro.
As for build quality I was not really that impressed, lots of quality issues with nokia phones to the point that no two phones where exactly the same, display tint, RF performance, camera focus, earpiece volume, you name it, it was all over the place.
>no modp > 1024bits
>no new root certificates
>lots of exploits since 2010 are unfixed
Those who don't miss symbian are hearthless, those who still operate symbian might be fools.
This is the phone that everybody wanted from 2004-2006
Then this one because the t509 broke and I needed something to hold me over.
Finally upgraded to a Blackberry
My first smartphone and my favorite phone til this day
Galaxy S3 was okay and my next phone
And to end things, the phone I use today
The Nexus 6.
Thank you for following me down mobile memory lane :)
Man it was so awful but brings back so much nostalgia. I had a Motorola cliq XT as my first smart phone a few years so. It was such a slow piece of shit but I loved it when I got CyanogenMod on it.
Nokia N8 is the greatest phone of all time and still is a cheap high end audio player.
On a physical keyboard phone I also wany yo be able to use physical keys to answer and end calls.
Also, I hate swiping to answer, as on every touch phone I've ever had, the screen freezes sometimes (very rarely, but still...) and I have to wait a second or 2 before I can answer. And ringing phone annoys me.
Still my favorite phone ever. Had great build quality, felt great in your hand and BB10 was fun to use. Too bad they only made about 6 apps for the thing.
I'm not talking about workarounds like Snap, I'm talking about non-3rd party apps. Very few of the top apps were avail on BB10. Even if you did get Snap that's 3rd party software itself and no Google Services apps work on it. A shame, really.
I've never used anything exceppt the built in pdf reader so I have no idea, if you have access to a passport, try a few apps from BB world.
And since ebook readers are relatively simple, probably 95% of android ones will work