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Problem with video recording on Nokia n95 8gb

When i record video at highest quality after a few seconds ( mostly after 5 or 13 sec) it starts to losings frames. As long as the video continues pauses are more frequently. Please help!

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  • jacekdrze Dec 04, 2008

    Well, i've got the latest version of software and i think that update won't help. And It is 8Gb N95 version so it's impossible to change memory card :P :)

  • iq124 Dec 14, 2008

    I updated my nokia firmware to the new one and now phone is stuttering while recording.
    While switiching to phone memory the problem is solved but in that case, the video recording is less.Please help.


  • John23gr Apr 19, 2009

    Identical. Video recording stops every 3-4 seconds (stutters) then records some more, then stops, then keeps repeating. It did not use to be that way, it recorded fine. I expect it has something to do with new firmware.

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This sounds like a software issue.Visit nokia.com and with your data cable provided with the phone download the most up to date version of software for your phone.Also you can now get 8gb memory cards for this phone sold by sandisk which will give you more memory and longer videos.hope this helps

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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    Jenni Lynam Dec 04, 2008

    This is a faulty handset id say.Bring it back to where you bought it for repair or exchange.

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