Anyone Know How to Flash Symbian?


I have a Nokia E7 that needs to be flashed to the new Symbian Delight 2018 version. Currently has Symbian Belle Refresh, which is unusable in 2019. Prefer in United States due to shipping costs outside the U.S.

Tech Tuesday: Microsoft Phone’s Terrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day


Microsoft tried so hard to enter, take over the smartphone market and beat Apple to try and become the number one handset seller in the world. Well, the world handed their bottom line back to them on a silver platter. Microsoft worked from the inside to crash Nokia, all to take control of the handset … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Microsoft Phone’s Terrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day

Tech Tuesday: The Nokia 215 $29 Phone


Long have I been a fan of Nokia's cell phones, since my first Nokia, the 151, then years later, the 9500 and 7380 (I'm still waiting for the Nokia Morph, guys). Not a true Nokia, however, since it doesn't have the Symbian ecosystem, however, I'm willing to overlook this due to the sheer functionality of … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: The Nokia 215 $29 Phone

Tech Tuesday: Ars reviews the BlackBerry Passport, the corporate tool


http://tpt.to/a4V3kN6 A few months ago, I brought this to your attention as a decidedly different type of smartphone. The BlackBerry Passport is big, bulky with a smushed keyboard.  And I want one! As a hearing impaired individual, I do not do a whole lot of calling, chatting, listening-I like to text. However, not one of … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Ars reviews the BlackBerry Passport, the corporate tool

Tech Tuesday: Nokia Z Launcher


Nokia Z Launcher While I've tried quite a few different launchers for my old Asus TF101, the Nokia Z Launcher is only for devices running the Android 4.1 platform, leaving users like me in the dust. However, for thousands of users, the updated app on the google play store is the best early Christmas gift. … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Nokia Z Launcher

Tech Tuesday: Windows RT Slips into Obscurity


Windows RT was supposed to usher in the tablet era for Microsoft. But Windows RT has two fatal flaws: it's missing crucial apps, and it's poorly designed. Unsurprisingly, the stripped-down operating system failed to take off. (Actually, that's an understatement: Microsoft took a $900 million write down last year because of awful Surface RT sales, … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Windows RT Slips into Obscurity

Tech Tuesday: Microsoft dumps Nokia Staff


from apps4top.co.uk As I've said numerous times the past few years, Poor Nokia! First they lose marketshare due to their pig-headedness in refusing to move with the times. Slow, buggy software in bright, attractive cases and exhorbitantly over-priced. They never learned, much to their regret (?). Then to have a fox-wearing-sheepskin CEO directly from Microsoft, … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Microsoft dumps Nokia Staff

Tech Tuesday: Nokia X2


From http://androidadvices.com/nokia-x-successor-launch-details/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+AndroidAdvices+(Android+Advices) Nokia had always been my favorite phone maker, my first Nokia being the 232 back in the day. I used that all over the United States, travelling thousands of miles across and up and down the country-before text messaging!  Though this was back when I still had my hearing. I ended up donating that … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Nokia X2

Tech Tuesday: Nokia’s Last Stand


Poor Nokia. Once the dominating leader of free world cell phone technology, now whimpering out the sidelines.  I remember my first phone was a little brick of a thing, a Nokia 232.  Heavy, about the size of a chalkboard eraser and sturdy. It was analog, poor sound and only made phone calls; for it's time, … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Nokia’s Last Stand

Tech Tuesday: Microsoft Merging Phone and Win 8


WINDOWS BLUE RUMORED TO MERGE WINDOWS PHONE AND WINDOWS 8 INTO ONE PRODUCT http://bgr.com/2013/04/08/windows-blue-merge-windows-8-windows-phone-423842/ By Dan Graziano Microsoft’s (MSFT) next version of the Windows operating system, codenamed Windows Blue, will reportedly help merge its PC and mobile platforms, according to Digitimes. Windows Blue is said to currently be in development separate from the Windows 8 and Windows Phone units. Microsoft’s overall goal is said to have … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Microsoft Merging Phone and Win 8