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  1. Nokia To Smartphone Owners: Malware Infections Are Far Higher Than You Think Nokia warns that mobile malware infections grew dramatically in the second half of 2016. Overall, the monthly smartphone infection rate averaged 0.90 percent, an 83 percent increase over the first half of 2016. Nokia no longer makes mobile devices but it's carving out a new business in mobile and Internet of Things security. Now new research from the unit is reporting a 83 percent rise in monthly smartphone infections in the second half of 2016. Two years ago Verizon challenged assumptions about the spread of mobile malware, reporting that just 0.03 percent of smartphones on its network were infected with 'higher-grade' malware. It was much lower than the 0.68 percent infection rate estimated in Kindsight Security Labs' biannual report. But a new report from Nokia, based on data from mobile networks that have deployed its NetGuard Endpoint Security, suggests infections are actually far higher. According to Nokia, the monthly rate of infections in mobile networks peaked at 1.35 percent in October, and averaged 1.08 percent in the second half of 2016. The average infection rate in the first half was 0.66 percent, translating to a 63 percent rise between the periods. It also measured monthly infections on smartphones and says the average rate was 0.9 percent in the second half, up 83 percent from 0.49 percent in the first half. Over the entire year, it says smartphone infections rose a whopping 400 percent. Nokia's data included around 100 million devices across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. It says that 81 percent of infections were on Android devices, 15 percent on Windows devices, and four percent on iPhones and other mobile devices. It notes that Windows share of infections it counted shrank from 22 percent in the first half of 2016. Although Nokia's report doesn't exclusively deal with Android, it offers a contrast to Google's assessment of malware infections in its Android Security 2016 Year in Review report, released earlier this month. Google reported Android device infections at 0.64 percent in the first quarter of 2016 growing to 0.77 percent in the second quarter, and then moving to 0.67 percent and 0.71 percent in the third and fourth quarters, respectively. Google's measure is based on the frequency it finds PHAs or potentially harmful applications during a "routine full-device scan" with its Verify Apps Android anti-malware service. Google said since 2014 infections on Android have been less than one percent. It also noted that users were 10 times more likely to download malware from outside Google Play than inside its store in 2016. While Nokia reports that infections on mobile networks are increasing, infections on fixed-line residential networks have been falling since the beginning of 2015, despite a bump in early 2016 due to a surge in adware. Source
  2. Nokia Android Smartphones Coming To US, Launching "In 120 Markets At Same Time In Q2 2017" At last month's Mobile World Congress, HMD Global unveiled two new Nokia-branded Android smartphones; the lower-end 3, and the mid-range 5. They'll join the more premium Nokia 6, which HMD released in China earlier this year, in what the company described as a 'global' launch in the second quarter of 2017. HMD wasn't any more specific about its plans at the time - and a vague term like 'global' left plenty of room for interpretation. Many potential buyers were also left wondering if that global launch would include the United States. HMD has now confirmed that its devices will indeed go on sale in the US, in response to an enquiry on Twitter: As for its 'global' release, the company hasn't yet provided a full list of countries, but it has offered a clearer indication of the scale of its upcoming launch. In a statement to NPU, HMD said that it "has ambitious plans to release Nokia 3, 5 and 6 in 120 markets at [the] same time in Q2 2017". A UK retailer recently revealed that the handsets are expected to go on sale there in May. HMD also confirmed last week that it will deliver monthly Android security updates to its devices, along with regular feature updates for the OS. Courtesy: @NokiaMobile via Phone Arena / NPU Source
  3. Nokia Owns the Alcatel Smartphone Brand, but It's Licensed to TCL The brand came with the acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent HMD Global is the company that purchased the license to launch Nokia-branded phones for the next 10 years or so, and the first products have already been released on the market. However, few know that Nokia owns another smartphone brand, which was acquired only recently. Many of you have probably heard about Alcatel, the company that sells decent, affordable smartphones and tablets. It's common knowledge that the Chinese company TCL, the same that now owns the license to launch BlackBerry-branded phones, is also releasing Alcatel devices. Well, it appears that the Alcatel smartphone brand is in fact owned by Nokia from the moment the company acquired the French network infrastructure provider Alcatel-Lucent. TCL can release Alcatel-branded phones/tablets until 2024 Alcatel-Lucent offered TCL the license to launch Alcatel smartphones and tablets until 2024, but when the French company was acquired by Nokia, it came along with the Alcatel brand as well. The folks over at NPU have reached out to Nokia to shed some light on the subject and here is what the company had to say about the matter: Even though it makes perfect sense, Nokia has never mentioned it's the owner of the Alcatel smartphone brand when it acquired Alcatel-Lucent back in 2015. Not that it would have matter, but it's kind of surprising to find out after two years. Source
  4. Nokia Nseries Could Be Resurrected, New Mid-Range Smartphone to Be Unveiled HMD might make use of the hugely popular branding We're not going to actually include the Nokia N1 tablet in the Nseries since we'll be referring to smartphones only. The last Nseries phone was the N9, which was a Meego-based device, but an N950 model was launched soon afterwards as a developer-only smartphone. However, rumors coming out of China claim HMD plans to resurrect Nokia's Nseries brand this year, and the first product might be unveiled later this year at Mobile World Congress (MWC). Obviously, these rumors must be taken with a grain of salt, especially that they're a bit confusing. Any true Nokia fan knows the Nseries is a flagship series, so it would make sense for HMD to launch a high-end Nseries device at MWC 2017. But the latest reports say the first Nseries device to be unveiled by HMD will be a mid-range smartphone powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 6xx processor. The only evidence the source of the rumor has is a picture of a promo material with the Nseries logo on it. Furthermore, it appears that the said Nokia Nseries smartphone will be the first targeted to reach 50 million units produced, which would be quite an achievement for a company like HMD that has just opened doors. We don't want to ruin it for you, but this seems a bit far fetched and impractical for HMD Global, as the company need s to make sure it can cope with the demand for its smartphones when they go on sale. However, a new Nseries smartphone is not out of the question, so we won't rule it out for the moment. One thing is certain thought, we will get all the answers in just a few weeks, as Nokia and HMD have already announced a joint event for February 26. Source
  5. Nokia and HMD Global Confirm MWC 2017 Launch Event for February 26 Hopefully, a couple of smartphones will be unveiled Despite the fact that Samsung has already confirmed it will not launch the Galaxy S8 at MWC, while Sony is rumored to show its new flagship in secret rooms only, this year's trade fair looks pretty promising when it comes to new devices. After successfully launching its first Nokia-branded smartphone in China, HMD Global will finally reveal its plans regarding the next handsets that will (hopefully) be available worldwide. Aside from the Nokia 6 that's exclusive available for purchase in China though major retailer JD.com, HMD Global plans to launch at least 5 or 6 other Android smartphones by the end of the year. Will it live up to the expectations? At least two other Nokia-branded handsets might be introduced at MWC 2017 on February 26, including the company's first flagship smartphone. Unfortunately, the expectations are very high now that new Nokia-branded phones will be once again available on the market, and we fear that HDM Global's new product might not live up to the hype. However, it's important to note that the Nokia that once was, will never be again. The Finnish giant has already decided to let another company handle the design, manufacturing and sale of Nokia-branded smartphones. Since we're less than one month away from Nokia's launch event, we won't have to wait too long to find out whether or not HMD will manage to meet Nokia fans' expectations. Naturally, it won't be able to appeal to everyone, but it would be nice to know that Nokia's spirit still lives in some (if not all) HMD Global's upcoming products. Source
  6. Nokia 6 Finally Goes on Sale Outside of China for $370 The phone is available in the Philippines in white color Well, it looks like starting tomorrow, the Nokia 6 will be available for purchase in another country, although customers will have to pay more. PinoyTechnoGuide reports major retailer Lazada will begin selling the Nokia 6 in the Philippines. As some of you probably know by now, Nokia 6 is available for purchase in China through JD.com retailer for only $245. However, customers in the Philippines will have to pay $370 for the mid-range smartphone. On the bright side (no pun intended), Nokia 6 will be available at Lazada in white color, which is rather odd considering HMD Global only released the smartphone in black version in China. It's also worth mentioning those who purchase the smartphone through Lazada will benefit from free shipping. We don't know if there's a purchase limit per customer, but it doesn't seems so. Checking out the specs listed by Lazada, it seems they're selling the same device that's been introduced in China not long ago. So, expect a mid-range smartphone running Android 7.0 Nougat operating system right out of the box, coupled with an octa-core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor. The Nokia 6's 16-megapixel rear-facing camera has already been compared to other cameras on flagships like the OnePlus 3T and Huawei Mate 9 Pro, and it performed admirably. There's also a secondary 8-megapixel camera in the front for those who like to take selfies. It also sports a 5.5-inch full HD (1080p) display with 2.5D scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 coating. On the inside, the Nokia 6 packs 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage (expandable up to 128GB via microSD card). Source
  7. Nokia's Return to Smartphone Business Confirmed for 2017 An official slide from the company has spilled the beans Apparently, an official slide from Nokia's Capital Markets Day presentation has just leaked online and the folks over at NPU have been quick to report on it. The slide show Nokia's main topics for the next two years and the current one. While in 2016 Nokia focused on the launch of its incredible OZO VR camera, Withings acquisition and licensing its phone brand to HMD, the next two year will be even more exciting for the Finnish company. For example, in 2017 Nokia plans to strengthen its presence in the VR market, but it remains to be seen how it will be able to do that. Another important topic for Nokia fans, the comeback of the company to the smartphone business is happening next year as well. The Finnish giant notes in the presentation slide that “Nokia brand's return to smartphones” is to take place in 2017. Moreover, the company plans to expand patent licensing in mobile, automotive and consumer electronics during the same year. As for 2018, Nokia is going to work towards licensing its own VR technology, and hopes to grow considerably in remote patient care in Digital Health. The Finnish company also mentions that it will continue the patent licensing growth and diversification throughout 2018 as well. If you're a Nokia fans, 2017 is definitely going to be a very interesting year for you. At least two Android smartphones are expected to be unveiled in the first half of the year, but these won't be the only handsets Nokia will launch in 2017. The only thing that remains to clarify is when exactly the first Nokia-branded smartphones in a long while will be officially unveiled. Some bet on Mobile World Congress, which is scheduled to take place at the end of February, while other are more pessimist claim the first Nokia smartphones won't be announced until April/May. Source
  8. Hi All, Just wondering if Nokia with Canonical makes Ubuntu Touch Devices, does people love it and buy to help support Ubuntu Touch development? My wish is that Nokia should join hands with Canonical to make Ubuntu Devices. If that happens, all lazy s/w app giants will create apps supporting Ubuntu Touch platform. I'm calling s/w app giants as lazy bcoz if they would've supported Ubuntu Touch earlier, the OS could've been overtaking Android & Windows Phones(or Windows 10 Mobile) by now. All Nokia & Ubuntu/Linux fans(incl. myself) or devs out there, please suggest Nokia to create Ubuntu Devices in future ASAP. Please vote and provide feedback in comments(if any). Members please note that I'm referring to the future and not now. I'm not a fool to ask for/suggest a change in the first year of re-emerged Nokia. @steven36 & @teodz1984: Please read the desc carefully before providing comments.
  9. Nokia Could Launch a Foldable Smartphone of Its Own The Finnish company could join the innovation race While Samsung is expected to launch its own foldable handsets, Apple is likely to order them from those companies who own the technology required. LG on the other hand will use its foldable panel technology inside products ordered by other companies, like Apple for example. If Nokia wants to remain in tow, it needs to come up with similar devices that will compete with Samsung, Apple and LG products, as well as other companies that might introduce foldable smartphones. In this regard, it appears that the Finnish company has already filed for a patent that describes a foldable device, which could very well be a smartphone. The patent granted by the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) is not the first of its kind. Nokia has been filing similar patents for this type of technology since 2005, so we might not really see a Nokia-branded foldable smartphone anytime soon. The main idea behind the foldable technology is to try to provide customers with larger displays in a pocket-sized form factor. The patent reads: “In this way it is possible to provide a pocket size device with a relatively large display (for example, a 6, 7 or 8 inch display or larger)." Until the time comes for Nokia to compete other handset maker in innovation, the Finnish company is expected to have its second Android smartphone revealed next month at Mobile World Congress. A flagship smartphone, known as Nokia 8, will be introduced in late February, but it will probably not arrive on the market until March or April, just like other flagships from rival companies. Source
  10. Nokia Taps Former Rovio Man Rantala To Market Relaunch Maker of phones nobody has bought in years hires ex-boss of game nobody has played in years The relaunch of the Nokia mobile brand will include the man who once ran mobile games maker Rovio. HMD global Oy, the parent company of Nokia, said that longtime executive Pekka Rantala will become chief marketing officer of the company, effective immediately. Most recently the chairman of Jot Automation, Rantala is best known for his stint as the chief executive of Rovio and its famed Angry Birds franchise. Rantala stepped down from that job in December of 2015 following a failed effort to expand its marketing reach. Rantala is no stranger to Nokia. Prior to leaving for Rovio, he spent 17 years working in the Finnish phone giant's marketing, sales, and operations departments, eventually becoming senior VP of global marketing. HMD said that as chief marketing officer, Rantala will first oversee the building of Nokia's marketing and communications teams as well as the hiring of "brand specialists" to help lead the charm offensive in Nokia's efforts to re-introduce itself into the consumer mobile space. "There are very few opportunities like this, to work with a global brand with the power to touch hundreds of millions of people every day," Rantala said of his appointment. "It is a privilege to work with this unique brand, to engage with the millions of dedicated Nokia phone fans around the world and create a generation of new ones. We are going to bring together a new team of talented people who can build something incredible." The relaunch of Nokia under the care of HMD was formally announced in May of this year, but has been widely anticipated for much longer. The plan calls for HMD, which is run by Nokia alums, to release Android tablets and handsets with the Nokia branding while using the old device sales channel bought back earlier this year from Microsoft, which will continue to sell handsets under the Lumia banner. Source
  11. Finland's Nokia has settled a patent dispute with South Korea's Samsung which it says will boost its patent sales by hundreds of millions of euros. Nokia sold its once-dominant phone business to Microsoft in 2014, leaving it focused on telecoms network equipment while retaining a large portfolio of handset patents. Nokia said the Samsung settlement would lift sales at its patent unit Nokia Technologies to around EUR 1.02 billion ($1.1 billion or roughly Rs. 7,451 crores) in 2015, including catch-up payments from the past two years, from EUR 578 million in 2014. The annualised run-rate for the patent unit is now about EUR 800 million, Nokia added. Analysts on average had expected 2016 sales of about EUR 900 million for the unit. "The settlement is pretty well in line with market forecasts, as the run-rate is 800 million and there will be some one-off payments," said Mikael Rautanen, analyst at Inderes Equity Research. Samsung shares rose 1.1 percent following news of the deal. Nokia and Samsung entered into a binding arbitration in 2013 to settle additional compensations for Nokia's phone patents for a five-year period starting from early 2014. Nokia added it expects to receive at least EUR 1.3 billion of cash during 2016-2018 related to its settled and ongoing arbitrations, including the Samsung award. Nokia currently has a similar dispute with LGElectronics. Rautanen, who has "reduce" rating on Nokia said its patent unit is expected to grow further in the coming years as it will soon start talks over a new contract with Apple. He noted that Nokia's patent sales still trail those of its main rival, Sweden's Ericsson, which has estimated its intellectual property rights (IPR) sales at 13-14 billion crowns ($1.52-1.63 billion or roughly Rs. 10,297 crores - Rs. 11,041 crores) in 2015. The patent business will become a smaller part of Nokia after its proposed EUR 15.6 billion takeover of French network gear rival Alcatel-Lucent, expected to close this quarter. Source
  12. 10 Things About Pre-Android Phones That Nobody Under 20 Will Believe The past. Things were different then. There were flares, and mullets, and songs by Europe. And before iPhones and Android came along, phones were completely different. Here are 10 true things you’ll only know if you had a phone before the Android era. 1. Batteries went for weeks Look at us all, killing unwanted apps and dimming our screens in the name of battery life, running home like silicone Cinderellas before our phones turn into pumpkins. In the 1990s, you could charge your phone and it wouldn’t run out of battery until you were dead. We have a Nokia somewhere that’s been in standby since about 1993. 2. Phones didn’t all look the same Today, all phones are essentially the same. Sure, the logo might be different, or the case a slightly different color, or the frame 0.00001 mm thinner than a rival's. But fundamentally they’re all what tech site The Register calls Fondleslabs: big touchscreens with a bit of case around them. That’s been the case since the first iPhone in 2007, but before then phones came in a fantastic range of forms: magic springy things, foldy things, flippy things, things with aerials, things with keyboards… it was fantastic. We still think phone design peaked with Motorola’s RAZR v3 (below). If you had one of these, villagers would carry you around on a golden throne. Probably. / © Motorola 3. The internet didn't work Imagine if the internet involved you writing things down on a bit of paper, attaching that paper to a small bird, sending the bird off to its destination and waiting six months for it to return with the answer. That was the mobile internet before 3G. We couldn’t get proper web pages, let alone music or video. We couldn’t even Google. What we got instead was WAP, which is short for Forget About Mobile Internet For Another Ten Years Or So. It was text-based and slower than Mr Snail going uphill on ice while towing a caravan. Slowly. 4. The best mobile game was Snake That’s pretty much how it went down in the late 1990s. Nokia’s Snake might look primitive now, but a lack of it was the deal-breaker for many phone buyers. Snake: so good they made it again. MGS V it ain't. / © Nokia 5. Nobody wanted a touchscreen There was a really good reason for that: all touchscreens were terrible. Today’s capacitive multi-touch screens are fast and fluid, but pre-2007, any phone with a touchscreen had a resistive one that you had to poke with a stylus, and you had to calibrate that or the screen would decide you’d tapped about two centimetres away from where you actually had. 6. Windows was the future No, honestly. It was. We remember standing on an LA boardwalk marvelling at the Orange SPV, a tiny smartphone running Windows Mobile, built by HTC. Imagine the thrill: Windows! On a phone! As so often happens, Microsoft was way ahead of everybody else, but ended up watching its competitors take its ideas and do them better. We thought these were pretty sexy. Don't judge us. / © AndroidPIT 7. Nokia was Apple It’s impossible to exaggerate how important Nokia was, or how exciting their handsets were. Boom! A phone with a spring-loaded cover! Boom! A phone that turns into a little laptop! Boom! A phone that looks like it’s been designed by a bunch of drunks! In Finland, phone time was fun time. 8. We paid actual money to replace the operator logo Come to think of it, we paid money for everything. Mobile data? Ker-ching! Ringtones? Ker-ching! Wallpaper? Ker-ching! Voicemails? Ker-ching! We even paid to send SMSs. The world before WhatsApp and Wi-Fi was a pricey place. 9. Crazy Frog was a thing A terrible, terrible thing. It was used to advertised ringtones, which people used to buy (see point 8). You can watch the video below, if you want to, but don't say we didn't warn you. https://youtu.be/v8CIDdKvUkg 10. Phones were unbreakable So far this month we’ve shelled out for new screens for one smartphone and two tablets, the second of which got smashed twice. Back in the day, if you dropped your Nokia on the floor it would smash the floor. If you put it on train tracks it’d break the train. And all over the world, people wondered: what would happen if you put the unstoppable force of Chuck Norris against the indestructible object of the Nokia 2210? Do you have any fond or foul memories of phones from the pre-Android days? Tell us about them below. Source
  13. A leaked product design sheet confirms that Nokia is planning on introducing the Nokia Lumia 630. The Dual SIM model will be equipped with a 4.5 inch screen. This could be the brother of the RM-977 model found on the Zauba logistics tracking site back in December. While that model also employs a 4.5 inch screen, it is a single SIM device which probably makes it the Nokia Lumia 635. The latter device adds 4G connectivity to the mix. The Nokia Lumia 630, codenamed the Moneypenny after the James Bond character, would be the first Windows Phone handset to offer Dual SIM support. Considering that this feature is usually found in emerging markets, that is mostly likely where Nokia will first launch the device. The Windows Phone 8.1 update is adding Dual SIM support to the platform. The resolution of previously leaked screenshots from evleaks hinted at a 720p screen on the Lumia 630, which will have dimensions of 129.55mm x 66.7mm based on today's leak. Source
  14. Nokia had previously announced its plans to release a version of HERE Maps for Android, but only for Samsung devices for now. Although the app is yet to officially release, somebody managed to get their hands on the APK and unsurprisingly, it works on any Android device running 4.0 and above. Nokia HERE Maps is a fully featured navigation utility, and has all the features, including turn by turn voice navigation. It also has something unique, where you can download maps for entire cities, which can then be used offline or in areas with no network. The APK is still in beta so might have some bugs but if it’s worth a try. Download LINK Here Maps 1.0 BETA Source
  15. Microsoft has finally announced the Lumia 730, Lumia 830 and Lumia 930 Windows Phone devices in India. As we already know about the specs of these devices, let’s talk about the pricing. Microsoft has decided to sell Lumia 730 for Rs.15,299 and Lumia 830 for Rs.28,799. Lumia 930 will go on sale for Rs.38,649 from Oct 15th. Lumia 730 will go on sale from Oct 6th and Lumia 830 from Oct 8th. Source
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  18. I am looking for a one app solution for editing the Nokia series 40 device's firmware. There is lot of junkware in that and the phone often shows low memory. So, I want to delete them. Searching the web I have found solution like flashing the firmware. But this is more complex and requires many apps and therefore contains more risks to. I was wondering if there's any one app solution available for that. I tried MobilEdit Enterprise as suggested by some but it also can't delete anything from the firmware.
  19. Nokia has today confirmed their plans to release HERE Maps app for Android and iOS devices. So far, HERE Mobile apps were exclusive to Windows Phone devices. Following the acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services division by Microsoft, HERE location business stayed with the Nokia. Now, they are planning to release HERE Maps app for both Android and iOS platforms. These upcoming HERE Maps app will be fully featured with offline navigation, turn-by-turn navigation, advanced transit support and more. Nokia is planning to release them for free before end of this year. Speaking to WSJ, Fernback, an executive at HERE revealed that Nokia doesn’t expect any immediate financial returns from the new map applications for Android and iOS. Also, they are planning to use these apps to generate more feedback to fine-tune Nokia’s location engine. With more accurate mapping data, Nokia will monetize by selling location data to corporate customers, like auto makers and logistics-dependent businesses who license HERE Maps. Source
  20. Back in June, Microsoft announced the new Nokia X2 Android based device which comes with enhanced specs compared to the first generation Nokia X, with a larger 4.3” ClearBlack display, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor, 1GB of RAM, 5MP camera and a 1800mAh battery. The other significant news is the release of Nokia X software platform 2.0 along with Nokia X2. The latest software platform release included many improvements. Today, Microsoft released Nokia X Software Platform 2.1 with many new features such as added support for Google services, live wallpapers and more. Change log of Nokia X2 Dual SIM 2.1.0.11 (Nokia X Software Platform 2.1) SW release: Capture fast-moving objects with the new Smart Mode, and create unique photos by using the Action shot, Best shot, or Motion blur options.Make your phone more personal than ever with live wallpapers and new lock screen widgets.Keep your life synced with OneDrive and OneNote. Get up to 15 GB of personal storage space on OneDrive, and sync up to 500 notes to OneNote.Access your favorite Google services. You can now sync your Google contacts, and access your Gmail inbox.Find your way anywhere with HERE Maps – get turn-by-turn voice guidance with a free global navigation license. Requires additional HERE Maps update from Store.Updated Store – new design to help you find content more easily, and better integration with 3rd-party stores.Added local calendar support, call reject with a message, parental controls for Store, landscape support for mail and messaging, and auto-configuration of mail accounts.Source
  21. Microsoft has posted their official changelog for the GDR1 update on the Windows Phone Blog. Although it misses a number of things specific to OEMs and carriers, as well as no mention of the improved Bluetooth stack and IE updates, it does list a number of improvements specific to the end user experience. Windows Phone 8.1 Update OS version: 8.10.14141.167 or 8.10.14147.180 FoldersFolders let you organize your Start screen the way you want. Just push one Tile on top of another one to create a folder and get going. MessagingCombine multiple text messages into one, and then forward them to someone else. SelectionWith improved selection, you can now delete multiple calls, messages, or contacts. Apps CornerApps Corner lets you specify apps other people can use on a Windows Phone. Great for individuals and any-sized organizations who want to provide only the essential apps for others to use for work, school, or any other reason. AlarmsNow you can customize the snooze time for an alarm, and then enjoy a little more shuteye for the time you want. Accessory appsUse accessory apps to get notifications from your phone on your smart watch, active phone cover, fitness tracker, or other kinds of accessories. Internet sharingNow you can share your cellular data connection over Bluetooth, so you can get an Internet connection on more kinds of devices. VPNVPN now supports L2TP, which lets you connect to more VPN services. Whether you connect to a VPN for work or personal use, you can do it on your Windows Phone. NarratorNarrator now has touch typing and a way for you to turn off hints for controls and buttons if you don’t want them read aloud. Some other improvements to Narrator help you unlock your phone a little more quickly, find and use the Back, Start, and Search buttons more easily, and tell you when your phone screen is on or off.Source
  22. I have a Nokia Symbian s40 device (Nokia X2). As always you expect, this is also a creepy phone from Nokia. The problem that I'm facing is, when I want to play any music or browse the web through it, it says "494 KB memory needed. Delete some items?". Then I press Yes to delete things but I find nothing user installed that I can delete. I searched the file system with 3rd party File Explorer software but found nothing that can be deleted. Is this a sign of Memory Leak? If yes, then how to get rid of it?
  23. Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 was announced last week by Microsoft and includes a number of new enhancements and features which further align the mobile operating system with competing platforms. Today, Microsoft has released this new update for those who have registered themselves in the Preview for Developers. The Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 preview for developers has started rolling out now, which means it should hit your device momentarily. You can check to see if the update is available by opening Settings and navigating to Phone update > check for updates. Those in on the preview will receive the final, RTM edition of Update 1, much like preview users did with Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.0 GDR3, so no worries there if you were wondering whether the update was currently in beta. It's stable. Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 will hit consumer devices over the next few months, so if you don't want to wait until then, make sure you've enrolled in the Preview for Developers. Source
  24. Microsoft has created a new "How To" site that teaches you how to use your phone like an expert. Included on the site is a number of videos that reveal how to personalize your phone, how to use Cortana, how to play music and games, how to use the camera, and more. This is a timely move by Microsoft, since the software giant has just started rolling out the Lumia Blue update for Lumia phones. This includes Windows Phone 8.1, and thus, there might be some questions about new features such as Cortana. The virtual personal assistant is available in the U.S. for Windows Phone 8.1 users, and will soon be released world-wide. If you're new to the platform, or want to learn some of the things that you didn't know that your phone could do, check out the homepage. Easy to understand videos show you precisely how to get certain features to run on your Windows Phone handset. Homepage Source