Nokia rolls out firmware OTA update for the N900

Nokia rolls out firmware OTA update  for the N900
The Maemo powered Nokia N900 is getting an firmware upgrade rolling out as FOTA (firmware update over the air). By the end of the week, Nokia should be able to have sent out the upgrade to all N900 owners. To see if you have received the upgrade, enable your internet connection and refresh the app manager and see if the upgrade is waiting for you. If not, remember to be patient as it could take the rest of the week to reach you. The new firmware version 1.2 (V10.2010.19-1) will improve your browser and maps applications. E-mail has been improved with the new ability to accept or decline an invitation right from your inbox. A Facebook IM chat has been bundled in and video calling capability has been added to the phone. Web browsing on the N900 has received high marks for its PC-like rendering of sites. The upgrade adds portrait browsing and there are changes to the UI in Ovi Maps and in the menu system with the first level now customizable. The Ovi Store will be adding apps and games this Thursday, May 27th with a full switchover.Weatherbug will be one of the added applications. The MeeGo platform is not expected to get support on the N900. After you have insalled the new firmware, let us know what it is doing for you and your phone.

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source: maemo-freak

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