Nokia Asha 300 Firmware Updated To Version 7.49

Last year, Nokia launched the entry-level Nokia Asha 300 feature phone. This handset runs on the Symbian S40 Operating System. It comes with a 2.4 inch resistive touchscreen display as well as a physical T9 keypad. The Nokia Asha 300 lets you swipe the homescreen to access apps, music or games from the Nokia Store. The manufacturer has recently rolled out a new firmware update for this budget handset.

The new software version is numbered 071.004 and it comes with contacts sync correction, time zone correction, improved features and performance, better stability and so on. The latest firmware update can be downloaded from the Nokia Software Update or via Over-The-Air (OTA). Check out the complete changelog below.


  • Nokia Browser 2.0
  • Contacts sync correction when switching from Nokia Symbian phones to Asha 300
  • Correction to displaying contact’s name for incoming calls
  • General usability and performance improvements
  • Time zone correction in Russia

We advise you to backup all of your data before updating the device, just to make sure that no important files are lost during the installation. To get this software through your device, select Applications > Software Update and choose the software you want to update or you can even dial *#0000# & press options > Check for Updates to get the update.

You may have to wait for few days or even for few weeks before this update is available in your region. If you find something new in this update or if you have any screenshot and videos of this update, then please share with us in the comments section below.

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