You can try fixing NOKIA M$ Exchange Email unrecognised certificate problems with old mobiles (such as the E61i) by manually adding the missing Class 2 Certification Authority Root Certificate. For example if your M$ Exchange SSL certificate was bought from GoDaddy just open your NOKIA web browser and goto the GoDaddy Certificate Chain website and click on the DER Format CER certificate file !
- netbooks, notebooks and PCs (via firefox plugin)
- android, iphone AND symbian mobiles
- nokia N900 mobiles
- digital cameras that work with an eye-fi SD card !
I think the article Direct download for Ovi Maps 3.0 without using map loader shows you how to use NOKIA OVI maps offline and without a 3G connection ! As soon as I get some spare time I'll give it a go and let you know !
Pre-dating NOKIA's "FREE sat nav for all" FON and one of it's equity investors Google (F&G) have created the google mobile app (GMA) that lets you surf the web with a Wi-Fi mobile phone from any fon point in the world free-of-charge !
Versions of google mobile app are available for Android, iPhone and NOKIA Symbian S60 and other mobile phones and you can also use it with your regular 3G network provider at normal charges. It even includes a sort of proxy server that p/re/formats web pages for mobile screen sizes !
Simply visit m.google.com/search using your phone's web browser and you will sent the right version of Google Mobile App to your phone.
Web 3.0 Multi-Media implosion and convergence
For starters have a look at:
Then consider pixelpipe and how it allows you to converge:
Thanks to those nice people at WOM I've just been lent a NOKIA E63 to evaluate for a couple of weeks.
I first tried it with my nearest BT FON Wi-Fi hot spot discovering that FON now have a special .MOBI styled login page that makes it much easier for mobile users to login. Fring 3.36.15 also worked on the E63 now uses native NOKIA SIP services and still provides access to Skype, GoogleTalk & other VOIP and SIP services.
NOKIA have addressed a lot of the issues with the E61i now using a "standard" USB connector, "standard" 3.5mm audio connector and improved keyboard layout.
So now its an easy choice !
If I needed a mobile with GPS I'd buy a 6220c and if I needed WiFi,SIP,VOIP I'd buy a E63 !