Nokia N900 user can now get the chance to upgrade their phones to the latest firmware, Public Release 1.3, which boast hundreds of bug fixes and an upgrade in the usability of the phone’s graphics chip.
Meego UX (user experience) pre-Alpha 1.1 for handhelds was released yesterday while President Noynoy was taking his oath as Philippines 15th president. N900 users itched to install it in their phones, but initial reports said that the released code is not compatible with the Nokia N900. Is this the end for N900’s hope to have Meego OS? The answer is – No! Meego OS runs on the Nokia N900 after all. Read, view the video and hit the comments.
DJ_Steve and E-Yes of Maemo.org forums managed to install and dualboot Android 2.1 and Maemo 5 OS on their N900. I was able to do it myself on my Nokia N900 and I’m here to share you the steps I followed.
Changelog of PR 1.2 firmware upgrade for Maemo 5 OS is huge and I just want to share it with you.
Things just keep getting better and better for Nokia N900 users. Jacekowski recently ported the crowd-favorite browser to the Nokia N900 and it’s wildly fast and furiuos.
There was a rumor back then that the Nokia N900 will be available in March 2010. It was a rumor until today when I received emails from Nokia Careline Philippines.
Brace yourselves for the upcoming 1.1 minor update on Firefox Mobile’s version for the Nokia N900.
The moment I’ve been waiting for is here.
Official Meego repository for N900 is now live. Click this link to take a peek. Thanks to @wonderhelm for tweeting about this.
Tweeting with style and ZOMG-experience has finally arrived on the Nokia N900 – meet TweeGo.
TweeGo is a “chirper” client made especially for the Maemo platform. Developed using QT/C++ by Mikhail Ramalho and Rodrigo Ramos, this application is ready to give reliable, efficient and awesome UI twitter experience. I tried the client myself and I must say that it’s MeeGo ready for me. I really wish that more developers will be enticed to create such cool applications for the N900.
Rejoice fellow geeks in Malaysia and Singapore for the Nokia N900 will come your way in March 2010… unless you’ve already bought one in Hong Kong.
There is now an easy way to integrate Facebook on N900 conversations without installing Facebook Chat plugin from Extras-Devels repository. Thanks to Nokia Blog for the instructions. Step 1. On your Nokia N900, go to Settings – VoIP and IM accounts and click the New button. Select Jabber as the service. Step 2. Find your Facebook Chat username on this link by clicking on one of the clients. You just need to know the Jabber ID and your Facebook password. Step 3: Just click on Others on the “connect your client” and there you will find your proper facebook chat ID. Password to be supplied is similar to your facebook password. Step 4: Sign-in to your Facebook chat and there it is – Facebook Chat on your Conversations. Use the same method if you want to integrate FB chat on Adium (on Ubuntu), iChat (on Mac) or Pidgin.
Why get a Motorola Droid if you can boot Android on N900 too!?
Good news! Although Google hasn’t given any support yet for Google Maps on N900, there is currently a workaround available that you can use. All you need to do is take simple steps to start using Google Maps on your N900.
My Nokia N900 has been feeding me with a lot “Aha!” experiences since I got it last Saturday. I must say that it even surpassed the level of experience I had with my sold-to-Greenhills-store & defunct Iphone 2G. This phone is truly worth the money paid for and I believe that great experiences with it will persist for months to come.
After 2 long months, I’ve finally received my Nokia N900!
Breaking News! A month after its official release in America, the N900 has landed in the Philippines and is now available for sale for – brace yourselves – Php 48,000!
My N900 has been shipped! Countdown starts now! It should arrive in Manila by Monday or Tuesday! Watch out for my exclusive unboxing photos and videos soon!
Fellow blogger, Jayvee Fernandez, spotted an N900 in the Philippines during Nokia’s Christmas Party here in the Philippines. Does that mean that it’s a hint that the N900 is finally coming here in the Philippines?