To download an application again, please launch Nokia Store app on your phone, look for the application you want either in the application catalogue or select My Stuff > Download history,
then select the item and click Download button.
The other way to download applications involves opening the Nokia Store website http://store.nokia.com with your PC web browser.
When you have Nokia Suite running on your computer and your phone is connected to the computer with a USB cable, you can easily search and download free applications directly to your phone.
Important information about Nokia Belle software updates:
Some applications may not be compatible with Nokia Belle and therefore there will not be a working version available for you after the software update.
For your important applications, please visit Nokia Store before the update to see and check Nokia Belle compatible applications.
Please note that the maximum amount of re-downloads is 10 times per application.
You can update to Nokia Belle via Nokia Suite. These are the steps you need to take:
Please note that you need to have your SIM card in your phone before starting the download. For more information check your local Nokia support pages.
Note: If you don’t own a computer running Windows, please check with your local Nokia Care Point.
Just like a computer, your Nokia phone uses software to run. By making sure you always have the latest version of this software, you get:
To immediately check for an available software update, do either of the following:
You can do this to your Nokia Symbian and Nokia S40 phones with Nokia Suite by following the steps below.
Note: Before updating, it's recommended to backup your phone content with Nokia Suite. These can be restored once the update is complete.
Nokia Lumia Phones (Nokia with Windows Phones) have their own methods for software updating.
They can be updated using Microsoft Zune PC software (WP 7.5 and WP 7.8); http://support.xbox.com/en-US/zune/software/download or via Over the Air update (WP8).
Using your device
For most devices, select Menu > Settings > Phone > Phone updates or Menu > Applications > (Tools >) SW Update. If you don't find the "Software update" application from these menu locations, check the correct one from the user guide.
You can also set your device to automatically check for updates by selecting Options > Settings > Auto-Check for updates. With that in place, your phone will automatically check in specified intervals if there's a new software available and prompt you to start the update.
Using your PC
Connect your device to the PC via an USB cable and start Nokia Suite. Select Tools > Software updates, and it will tell you if a new software is available.
The Nokia Multimedia Transfer is an application for your Mac computer which enables you to transfer pictures, videos, podcasts, music, applications, games, and files between your Nokia compatible phone and Mac.
To install Nokia Multimedia Transfer to your Mac, go to your local Nokia website, and navigate to Support > your phone model > Downloads.
You can connect your Nokia phone to your Mac, either via Bluetooth or USB cable.
You can download Java applications to the devices either through the phone or using a computer.
Using the device, you need to download desired application from the device web browser and then you will be prompted to install the application once download completes. 3rd party Java application may or may not work depending on it's compatibility with the device.
Using PC, the customer can download the application and save it on the computer. With the use of Nokia Suite, they will be able to install the application on the device by connecting it to the computer through data cables.
If you come across an application you would like to install on your device, double-click the application's installation file, or drag the file onto your device's image in the device area. Then click OK in the dialogue that opens. This will start the application installation.
Note: Make sure the installation package is compatibele with your phone model and only install from sources that offer adequate protection against harmful software.
Yes, currently the following Nokia devices support UMA access:
An up to date listing can be found at http://www.umatoday.com/mobileHandsets.php .
UMA (Unlicensed Mobile Access) is the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) global standard for subscriber access to mobile circuit, packet and IMS-based services over any IP-based access network. With UMA the mobile operators can deliver mobile voice and data services via IP access technologies (DSL, Cable, Wi-Fi...) by tunnelling the GSM/GPRS protocols via the IP network. The network is typically a wireless 802.11 WLAN network located at the customer premises.
With a UMA-enabled dual-mode Wi-Fi handset, subscribers can automatically roam and handover between cellular and Wi-Fi access, e.g. by using the cellular access when outside the office or home and by switching to the Wi-Fi access when under Wi-Fi coverage. When the Wi-Fi connection is available, the UMA handsets connect to UMA Network Controllers (UNC) via secure connections by using the IPsec VPN tunneling.
Bluetooth profiles are definitions of possible applications and specify general behaviors that Bluetooth enabled devices use to communicate with each other. For example, the Handsfree Profile is used between the handsfree device and the phone. Bluetooth compatibility is gained when Bluetooth enabled devices share (use and understand) the same profile(s).
Common profiles used for most devices are A2DP, Headset, Hands-Free.
You can plug in USB sticks and hard drives. With some hard drives you need an external power supply.
When connected, you can browse files stored on a USB memory device (USB Flashdrives) and you can transfer large files easily without a computer.