Support - Series 60
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Q. After upgrading PC Suite, I get error messages saying 'Operation could not be completed' and other puzzling errors. What's going on?
Q. How can I turn off the shutter sound on my smartphone's camera?
Q. Help! I can't boot up, the smartphone's stuck in an endless reboot cycle!
Q. I was sent a video file via Bluetooth and it's now in my inbox, but how can I save it to my Gallery?
Q. Is there software that enables me to remove files left behind by uninstalled applications? I'd like to clean up my MMC and free up some space. Q. I know, I know, I've been silly and I've accepted what I thought was a game from a friend and now my smartphone is infected with a virus - it keeps trying to go online and send messages out. How can I get rid of it? Q. I'm trying to use Nokia's PC Suite Image Store facility, to put my photos onto my PC hard disk, but I keep getting 'An error occurred during transfer'. Syncing works fine, so what could be wrong? Q. I've got quite a bit of information tucked away in my PIM apps, plus other office documents and general files on my Nokia smartphone. But how can I perform a global search for a piece of text? On my old Palm OS handheld, this was possible, is there not an equivalent in Symbian OS? Q. I've forgotten my lock code. How can I get back into my smartphone? I've tried hard resetting it to factory conditions, but still it demands my forgotten code! Q. How can I get rid of the slight buzzing/hissing sound from my S60 smartphone? It's there whenever the phone's screen is lit. Is this buzz normal? Q. I've collected quite a few videos for my S60 smartphone. How can I view them in wide screen format?
Q. Where on my smartphone do all the words that are added to the predictive text dictionary get stored?
Q. Why does PC Suite seem to be "Connected" but not let me browse my Nokia's files or use the various Suite utilities?
Q. I can send MMS messages, but I can't actually receive them. When someone sends a picture to me, I don't see the actual picture. but a link to a page on my network provider's web site instead. I've double checked the MMS settings and they seem to be correct.
Q. When I've missed a call, Log just shows me the name of the caller. While this is very friendly, it would be useful to know which number they were calling from (e.g. home or mobile) and also show the number itself, so that I could dial back from my own (cheaper) landline. Can this be done?
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