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I have a nokia musicxpress 5800. This is a 5th edition s60 symbian phone. How can I recover deleted texts?

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U can instal data recovry software in u phone & recover u lost data

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I forgot my password.. how to on my mobile?


Please let me know which mobile it is. If its Nokia Symbian S60 1st gen then i can be recovered by one way if not you need some different hardwares to recover the password such as Advance Turbo Flasher / Sarasoft HWK

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Download Nokia Free Snake Game S60 5th Edition Mobile Phones


At some point of time in our lives, we all must have came across a situation where this piece of ancient wisdom would have come true that “the past is never completely gone and it resurfaces itself some day in in our present life”. Now you must be wondering what am i trying to say?
Okay, i will answer that. Actually when i came across this recent app(basically a ‘game’ app) from the Symbian Freeware market, i could not help but to go back in past and all those memories came alive. Yes, the name of the app is SnakeFree – Do you remember that game on our basic and simple Nokia mobile devices in which there was a little snake that had to be grown gradually, eating objects. The game used to end when it crossed/touched its own tail. And the one who would end up in having a larger snake before the game ends, would win, if playing in a group of friends or with any of your family members.


This game used to be there inbuilt in some of the Nokia‘s basic, low priced phones(like Nokia 2100, 1100, etc) and might not be there in some of its high-end smartphones. But Not to worry as the SnakeFree app is here. It is that same oldschool game for Symbian S60 5th edition mobile devices. 

SnakeFree Details/Features :

 

 

the game have 20 levels and 10 speed options. So the Gaming pros can play it at tough levels while for others, play it as simple as you like.
You can even choose between four different designs – the snake in 1998, the round, the 2000 and the modern. So there’s no point getting bored.
You can play it both vertically and horizontally.
And as it comes from the Symbian freeware market, you can download this game for free.


Requirements :
Symbian s60 5th edition mobile phones

So, are you waiting for the snake to bite you. Just kidding. Download it and enjoy the old times.

Download the SnakeFree free for Symbian OS

http://www.symbian-freeware.com/get-snakefree.html



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Recover deleted sms from symbian s40


If you deleted the message then it is gone and you can't get it back. Sorry

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My phone is not supporting flash player. So is there any player to watch youtube in my phone?


What is your Mobile Phone Specifications i.e., Brand, OS, Version, etc. If your device is Nokia Symbian S60 5th Edition( Nokia 5230, 5800, 5235, etc ) you can install official YouTube for mobile player.

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How to recover deleted sms from Nokia2760


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There exist quite a few software's to recover deleted SMS messages from SIM cards and phone memory, but all of them require you to purchase the software, However, if you own a Nokia phone you might be in luck, as there are very good chances of message recovery from your cellphone without need of any specialized data recovery software for free, simply follow the step-by-step procedure below for important data recovery:
  1. Download and install this free mobile File Manager - FExplorer.
  2. Launch FExplorer and navigate to C: if you use Phone Memory to store your messages (default) and D: if you use Storage Card as your SMS storage location.
  3. Now navigate to and open "system" folder.
  4. Now open the "mail" folder.
  5. This folder should contain many folders named similar to 0010001_s etc. with files named similar to 00100000 etc., These files are the actual deleted messages, Simply, use the FExplorer inbuild text viewer to view these files, You will need to browse through every folder and open all files inside them until you get the required SMS.
  6. Do Note that this trick does not work on Symbian 3rd Edition cellphones.
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I cant install themes that say 60 series needed whar should i do?


your phone is nokia 6600, this phone is symbian s60 1st edition, if you want to install theme use theme with .sis extention theme, s60 1st edition is compatible too with s60 2nd edition, but not compatible with s60 3rd and newer symbian s60, now you just install theme that use .sis extension or s60 1st and 2nd edition

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How to change a password of memory card


For S60 1st and 2nd Phones
What should we do if we forget the password? For S60 1st and some of 2nd phones, such as Nokia 3650, Nokia 6600 and Nokia N-Gage, the password is stored in a plain text file.
  • Firstly, you need to install FExplorer, a free file manager that allows us to browser through S60 file system.
  • Next, launch FExplorer and then browser to c:\system folder. There is a file, called mmcstore.
  • Rename the file to mmcstore.txt and then open it. Your password must be several characters at the end of the file.
For S60 3rd Phones, Nokia N-Series and Nokia E-Series
Unfortunately, there is no way to recover the password in the latest S60 phones. The only way that I know so far is by reformatting the memory card. It can be done from Memory Card application by selecting Options | Format memory card menu. Of course, you will lose all your data in the memory card… icon_sad.gif
If any of you have experience unlocking password of memory card in latest S60 phones, feel free to share it here.
Compatible devices: S60 1st, 2nd, 3rd Edition, Nokia Nseries, Nokia Eseries.

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Connect your phone using the Nokia PC Suite and double click the installer for Quickoffice for Symbian S60 3rd Edition phones to install. you could buy the same from Quickoffice.com or get a 30 day trial from the same site.

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