Here’s another function your cell phone can support to help itself in the process of slowly replacing your computer – downloading torrents. Very few people know this is possible, yet there are a number of torrent clients available for cell phones, among them the most popular one is SymTorrent.
Symbian How-To Guides
Symbian Experts provide How-ToG uides that include easy to follow tips, tricks and hacks for a variety of Symbian OS versions and many different Symbian devices.
A simple step-by-step how-to-guide for configuring Emoze to work with Gmail and POP3/IMAP based e-mail accounts.
In this guide I will show you how to access WPA or WPA-2 based wireless networks with EAP authentication on your Symbian phone.
In this article we will explain two effective methods to update the firmware on your Symbian mobile phone. We will also compare them, outlining their advantages and disadvantages.
This article discusses the possibility of turning a Symbian mobile phone into a remote control for the PC or for other devices.
When buying a mobile is it important to know what version of the operating system is installed on the device. This article takes you through the various versions that Symbian has progressed through, and why it a buyer needs to be savvy in this regard.
Whether you’re deleting your phones information to sell it, or because you’re having phone issues and you want to start anew, knowing the different and simple ways to format your Symbian S60 device can become a necessity. This article explains the simple steps you can take to format your device.
There are many times when taking an interview over the phone, when I wish I could record phone conversations. Read on to learn ways to do just that.
GPRS has become part of everyday jargon, like calls or SMS. This article looks at the nuts and bolts of this once popular technology.
All phones have Bluetooth built into them these days, but there are a number of factors to consider: What is Bluetooth, and how does it work exactly?
With Bluetooth being a prolific technology, used a great deal to network devices together, there are bound to be security concerns raised. In this article, we look at the common security issues, and ways to safeguard against them.
What is bluejacking, and why do it? Because it’s fun and completely harmless. The proponents of this fad in cell phone messaging emphasize this very strongly.
There have been many times each of us have deleted some data accidentally, either in the form of resets or pressing the delete button by accident. While PCs have a recycle bin, Symbian-based mobile phones rarely have this fail-safe. However, there is still hope.
Lack of quick responses on your phone can be frustrating, especially if time is of the essence. More often than not, this lack of response can be directly attributed to the mobile’s built in RAM.
In this day of unsafe applications, every unsigned software poses a major risk to security and privacy. The Symbian signed is a system that certifies applications – but exactly what does the logo mean?
Many of us keep short messages in our phone inbox much the same way we store old emails and ancient birthday cards. So when we buy new phones, and attempt to transfer them from the old ones, there is an unexpected roadblock.
If you’re using a Nokia cell phone with GPS capabilities you may have noticed at certain times that its rather hard to receive a GPS signal, while at other times you can receive a signal in a matter of seconds. In this article I’ll explain how to receive faster GPS coordinates with little effort.
The biggest pain to many Symbian users occurs when they download a top notch application, and upon attempting to install the Symbian app the program says the application is unsigned and requires the user to sign it. In this guide I’ll offer a simple step by step guide to signing Symbian apps.