Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
Before installing any software go to
Menu> App.Manager> Options> Settings> Software Installation
In Software Installation make it ALL. This change is important, otherwise you will get an Error message Certificate Error. Contact the application supplier while installing most freeware
Also, if you see that some old themes are giving the Expired Certificate error, simply change the date of your phone to year either 2005 or 2006 or 2007 (check all as each theme has a different expiry) before installing the theme. After installation you can change back to today's date.
Now, here is the way to install themes and other applications in your Nokia . I use the USB Cable to do the installations.
1. First install the Nokia PC Suite software on your computer from the CD which you recieved with your Nokia
2. After Nokia PC Suite is installed in your PC, connect the Nokia to the PC with the USB cable which was provided in the box.
3. When the USB cable is connected, Nokia PC Suite will recognise that a phone is connected. You will then see an option on your phone?s screen asking if you want to connect via PC Suite or Data Transfer. Choose PC Suite.
4. Now, simply download the .sis or .java files (themes & applications) to your computer and Right Click on it with your mouse. You will see an option saying Install With Nokia Application Installer
5. Click Yes on the PC, and then Yes & Continue on the Phone when you see the prompts.
6. The phone will then ask you if you want to Install the Theme or Application in the Phone Memory or Memory Card.
I strongly recommend Installing themes in the Phone Memory! This helps in avoiding complications later on when Uninstalling.
When I first bought the Nokia N95, I made a mistake which a lot of new S60 3rd Edition users make, that is, I installed the Themes in the Memory Card instead of the Phone Memory. This was a huge mistake!
There is a bug in the Operating System of all S60 3rd Edition phones, due to which, if the theme is installed in the Memory Card, it cannot be deleted or removed, as it then does not show up in the Application Manager.
Ever since that mistake, I have made sure to always install themes and softwares in the Phone Memory, instead of the memory card. Yes, it eats up space on the phone, but it's worth it, as then it is easily removed as well.
And that's it, the theme or application is now installed!
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Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sis to sisx
u cant convert sis to sisx ,Not unless you have the original source code/build files, and then you use Symbian 9 compatible tools to compile and repackage the app, and get it signed. u may get its converter software @ http://www.filebuzz.com/findsoftware/Convert_Sis_File_To_Sisx_File/1.html ne other probs do tell me..im always here 4 u, n plz plz plz do rate me.. cya
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
SOURCE: Master security code for N95 8gb
the defualt sercurity code is 12345, there is no other code,
you can perfome a master reboot of the phone with out the sercurity code my pressing and holding (3,* and the green call button) and powering the phone up keep holding the buttons untill you here the nokia tune, this will reset the whole phone, contact, photos, callander all will be lost so backup first.
but his will get around a security code but not a sim lock or imei lock.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
if its blank you have to replace the lcd screen with a new one.
sometimes it maybe a flex cable problem which occurs in some slide phones.
at mobile phone repair stores, the cost of an original lcd screen replacement is usually $150-$200, though sometimes an original lcd screen may not be fitted into your device but rather a hong-kong made one which is similar to the original but is less brighter and a little less sharper.
if you take it to a nokia care centre to replace the lcd screen you may have to pay over $250.
you can just buy an lcd screen off ebay, replacing the lcd screen yourself isnt hard with the tools provided. you just have to take the ribbon cable from the old lcd screen and insert the new lcd screen and plug in the ribbon cable for it.
the reason for original Nokia n95 8Gb lcd screens being so expensive to repair/replace is that it is also the same lcd screen used for the Nokia N96.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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