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joe_maxN8

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10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - SymDVR Spy Video Recor... · 0 replies · +1 points

Where are my files? Hidden folders of SymDVR:

You can use X-Plore to change the attribute of the SymDVR Folders (on phone MassMem and/or on SD card, as you set the folders , or only one of them) from "hidden" to "visible" or uncheck the hidden box...and voila, you can see them in the video-app which is built in with the firmware (where you can watch all movie files...) and you can also see your files in the normal file manager...you can also stream the files in the visible folder with the DLNA app from nokia...this is great..:) I love it

If you want to hide some of your taken videos, just change one folder, for example the SymDVR folder to visible (uncheck hidden box in X-Plore) and leave the SymDVR favourites folder as it is, hidden...and then you can chose which files are visible in the Video-app...and which aren't denpending on which folder you save your video to(in this example, the SymDVR folder would be visible, videos stored as favourites would be invisible in Video-app and ordinary file manager...)

Btw, you can also move videos from favourites to normal folder in the SymDVR app, just mark the files and hit options, then click to favourites/storage..and files will be moved...

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - SymDVR Spy Video Recor... · 0 replies · +1 points

It was supposed to be a supplement/addendum to your post...how to deal with the hidden folders of SymDVR...

(I figured that you know that, it was ment for those who were wondering where the files went...and how to deal with the hidden SymDVR folders....)

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - SymDVR Spy Video Recor... · 2 replies · -1 points

You can also use X-Plore to change the attribute of the SymDVR Folders (on phone MassMem and/or on SD card, as you set the folders , or only one of them) from "hidden" to "visible" or uncheck the hidden box...and voila, you can see them in the video-app which is built in with the firmware (where you can watch all movie files...) and you can also see your files in the normal file manager...you can also stream the files in the visible folder with the DLNA app from nokia...this is great..:) I love it

If you want to hide some of your taken videos, just change one folder, for example the SymDVR folder to visible (uncheck hidden box in X-Plore) and leave the SymDVR favourites folder as it is, hidden...and then you can chose which files are visible in the Video-app...and which aren't denpending on which folder you save your video to(in this example, the SymDVR folder would be visible, videos stored as favourites would be invisible in Video-app and ordinary file manager...)

Btw, you can also move videos from favourites to normal folder in the SymDVR app, just mark the files and hit options, then click to favourites/storage..and files will be moved...

hope that helped a bit...

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - 101 Reasons and Facts ... · 0 replies · +1 points

oh, ok I see...i missunderstood that part....sorry...
yes, that would be a great phone too...

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - 101 Reasons and Facts ... · 3 replies · +1 points

A phone with a n9 body and the specs of the 808 pureview is simply not possible...
The enormously large (for a phone and a point and shoot cam) sensor requires a larger (in diameter as well as length) lens. Hence it has the "bulge" at the back, where the lens sits. The same is true for the N8; there is also a "bulge" at the back, where the camera lens sits, because it has a larger sensor than any other phone (except the 808).

None the less it would be desierable, but it is simply impossible to have a thin body and a enormously large sensor. It's the law of optics.....

I've been thinking about the n9 or the 808, too...but unfortunately you have to decide which is more important...a large sensor OR a thin body....you cannot have both - what a bummer/pity...

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - 101 Reasons and Facts ... · 1 reply · +6 points

Windows Phone sucks!
I own a Nokia N8 now, before I had a N85, N73, 6630....and so on...BUT my next phone will definately NOT be a WindowsPhone, NOT an iOS phone, and most likely not an Android phone (I don't like to be watched too closely, or should I say observed, monitored, surveilled and restricted)!!
Sorry to say this, but it is evident and obvious and already has been for a quite a while....NOKIA is almost dead. (at least for me...only 808 or n9 are acceptable...)

So the big question is: What to buy?
I haven't made up my mind yet....

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - Nokia 808 - Pure View ... · 0 replies · +2 points

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - Nokia 808 - Pure View ... · 0 replies · +4 points

amazing technology!
red this: http://europe.nokia.com/pureview
and that:
Written by Juha Alakarhu, Damian Dinning, and Eero Salmelin
on behalf of many dedicated Nokia imaging experts: http://europe.nokia.com/PRODUCT_METADATA_0/Produc...

this is the BEST camera phone EVER! Nokia kicks ass with imaging thechnology in phones!
I love it! THIS will be my next phone! the quick ui in camera mode, exposure correction..seems like an N8 killer ;)

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - Nokia Maps Suite 2.00(... · 0 replies · +2 points


When using Map Loader and there is a message: “Unrecoverable error” please do the following:

1. Please reboot your device and start File Browser and navigate to Mass storage: e:citiesMapLoader
2. Delete catalog-00.02.45.109.xml and cityindex-00.02.45.109.xml
http://betalabs.nokia.com/apps/nokia-maps-suite/m...

10 years ago @ http://www.n8fanclub.com/ - Official Nokia Belle 1... · 0 replies · +2 points

yes, you can use the product code firmware as you like, e.g. if you have a branded firmware due to a product code of a software branded phone, you can install the non-branded firmware....
the firmware only needs to be for the N8, regardless of the PC of your hardware.