Last month, Nokia rolled out firmware updates for two of its handsets, the Nokia 5800 and 5530, both of which are nearly two year old now.
Now, Nokia has started rolling out another firmware update for another of its previous-generation handset, the E72. The E72 was the successor to the highly popular E71, and met with moderate success.
The new firmware update – v81 – weighs in at 1.3MB, and mainly updates the core apps of the phone. This includes the Web browser, which gets updated to the same version as the one found in Nokia’s Symbian Anna powered phone. This should hopefully make the browsing experience on the E72 much more tolerable. The inbuilt Email and QuickOffice app have also got a minor version update.
Other than the above said changes, users should also see improvements in the stability and performance of the phone.
The update is being rolled out in stages, so it might take a while before the update shows up on your phone. E72 owners can either update the phone via OTA (Over-The-Air), or by using Nokia Software Updater/Nokia Suite. Even though the E72 features UDP (User Data Preservation), users are recommended to make a backup of their phone’s data before proceeding with the firmware update.
Head over to AllAboutSymbian for more information and discussion about the new firmware update for the E72.
Nokia has recently released a new firmware update for its ageing business communicator in a candy bar form-factor the Nokia E72.
The new firmware update carries the version number 54.005 and weighs in at only 1MB. The update brings the usual performance and stability improvements.
Here is the official change-log from All About Symbian :
- SIM Lock 3.0 and B2B Certificate, phase 1 added
- Startup settings baseline updated (wk47, 2010) (new dates etc.)
- After a hard reset or on first use, Camera shortcut is replaced with Ovi Store shortcut in the Home screen
- Removal of Ovi Files (service is now outdated)
- Vlingo application removed
Some E72 owners who updated to firmware v52 are also reporting improved camera performance, especially in Auto-Focus.
Since the E72 features UDP (User Data Preservation), users don’t need to make a backup of their data on the phone. The firmware update is being rolled out via OTA as well as via Nokia Software Updater/Nokia Ovi Suite.
Nokia has released a new firmware update for its mid-range business oriented handset the E52. The new firmware version is 54.003 and aims at improving the stability and performance of the handset.
The E52 sports a 2.4-inch screen with QVGA display and runs on Symbian S60v3. It also sports Wi-Fi, GPS, a microSD card slot and Bluetooth.
Here is a small un-official change-log of the firmware update :
- Issues with Java Apps download fixed
- Ovi files removed
- Camera shortcut is replaced with Ovi Store shortcut in homescreen
- Time zone issue for Vietnam fixed
- Some problems with Chinese characters solved
- Wrong internet APN issues fixed
- General System performance improved
- Ovi Maps updated
The firmware will be rolled out slowly and in batches by Nokia in the coming few days. The firmware update will be available via OTA (Over-The-Air) and via Ovi Suite or Nokia Software Updater (NSU) as well. Since the E52 features UDP (User Data Preservation), users don’t need to make a backup of their data before proceeding with the firmware update.
Nokia has released a firmware update for its mid-range S60 handset the Nokia 6700 Slide. The handset sports a 2.2inch QVGA display along with 3G, HSDPA and HSUPA. The new firmware update for the device is numbered version 61.004 and aims at improving the performance and stability of the handset.
The firmware update also installs the latest version of Nokia’s Ovi Store on the handset. The music player of the handset has been updated as well. Nokia has also updated smileys with this firmware update. Nokia 6700 Slide owners can get this update either via OTA or by using Nokia Software Updater (NSU). The Nokia 6700 Slide features UDP so users don’t need to make a backup of their data before proceeding with the firmware update.
However, I will recommend everyone to make a backup of their data before updating the firmware on their handset, in case things go wrong.
Nokia has released a firmware update for its business oriented handset the Nokia E52. The Nokia E52 sports a 2.4-inch QVGA display and is powered by a 600 MHz ARM11 processor.
Other key features of the phone includes a 3.2MP camera with LED flash, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microSD card slot, 3G with HSDPA/HSUPA and stereo FM. The new firmware update for the handset is numbered version 52.003 and aims at improving the performance and stability of the device. Other than this, the firmware update does not include any other major changes.
Nokia E52 owners can update their handset either via OTA (Over-The-Air) or by using Nokia Software Updater. Since the Nokia E52 features UDP (User Data Preservation) users don’t need to make a backup of their data before proceeding with the firmware update.
Nokia has released a major firmware update for the Nokia C5. The Nokia C5 is a mid-range S60v3 device from the Finnish giant which is powered by a 600 MHz ARM11 processor. The new firmware update for the C5 is numbered v61.005 and brings in boot loads of changes.
Here is the change-log from A2Phone :
- – memory leak is detected in during SRIT test round.
- – themes: The first theme in General theme menu is applied automatically after open theme from Settings.
- – Browser crashes after loading VF Germany Homepage
- – Nokia C5-00: C5 The default input is set strokes then changed into Pinyin automatically
- – RM-627_01_(3G), Cert non-pass: TC 18.104.22.168 (34.121) FDD2.
- – C5-00 mp3 song volume a bit lower
- – IHF speaker volume is lower after flashing with SW version 32.010
- – Voice quality issue related to VoIP default codec
- – Phone freeze when choose Jordan as the country
- – Phone displays emergency calls only with full signal
- – Nokia C5-00: C5 missing a game in care sw
I have not posted the full change-log since it’s pretty big containing more than 100 changes. Nokia C5 owners can find the full change-log here. Nokia C5 owners can update their handset either via OTA or by using Nokia Software Updater.
Since the Nokia C5 features UDP (User Data Preservation), users don’t need to make a backup of their data before proceeding with the firmware update.
Nokia has started rolling out a minor firmware update for its business powerhouse the Nokia E72. The firmware version is 52.005 and fixes some small bugs and updates the Adobe Reader application.
Here is the full change log thanks to AAS :
- Changes in time zones
- Adobe Reader updated to version 2.5.202
- Default system start date changed (11/10/2010)
- Clock time font changed (update after a previous firmware, v51, made it appear smaller)
- Device Management fix
- Keypad Auto lock fix (auto lock now restricted to home screen)
E72 owners can update the firmware either via OTA (Over-The-Air) or by using Nokia Software Updater. They are recommended to make a backup of their data before proceeding with the firmware update.