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Postby Apocalypso » 17 Apr 2005, 18:20


Hi guys,

Cool news for 6630 owners.... :P


It will be available progressively in the next few days in the NokiaPoint and NokiaServicePoint the new updating for Nokia 6630 that should improve further the performance of the Smartphone. Clck read more in short the bulletin of the changes issued from Nokia

Changes/improvements e from MCU SW v 3.45.11.3 to v 4.03.18:

Telephony:
- 2-digit voice mailbox numbers supported (e.g. ?*30?), earlier minimum was 3 or more numbers
- GSM AMR voice codec supported
- Behaviour improved when Call Control and FDN is activated
- Operator name display functionality improved

SIM / USAT:
- USAT Mobile originated Short Message Control supported
- USAT Send DTMF supported
- Terminal now responds also to unsupported SIM ATK commands to ensure running toolkit application can continue running allthough some spesific commands would not be supported
- Handling of SIM phonebook with additional numbers (ANR) improved.
- Handling of long SIM ADN contacts (up to maximum 30 numbers) improved
- Terminal can better handle USIM phonebooks with differing sizes of ADN blocks
- Interoperability with specific RAN infrastructure improved
- Phone behaviour improved when performing ISHO
- Phone behaviour improved in weak field conditions when performing a blind handover from WCDMA to GSM

Audio and Video:
- Wider UDP and bandwidth ranges available in phone variant SW
- Streaming rate adaptation supported
- Interoperability improved for some servers
- Identification and playback of some streaming files identified to be 3GPP rel6 format now possible (please note that Nokia 6630 does not support all 3GPP rel6 streaming requirements)
- Resuming of streaming after MT call improved
- Up to 2MB DRM protected files can now be set as ringing tones
- Handling of pause and play with long MP3 variable bit rate files improved
- Ringing tone playback improved in low memory situations

Browser:
- Handling of content with multiple nested object tags improved
- Handling of underlined links improved, link visibility now better for end user
- Handling of saved browser pages with inconsistent HTTP content-type header and actual encoded content text type improved
- Browser memory handling improved.
- Decoding of HTML tag information when split between different TCP packets improved
- HTTP pipelining will be set as disabled in terminal to ensure correct display of images and other content when used with spesific content servers (IIS 4.0, 5.0 and Netscape-Enterprise 3)
- Cookie handling on some webpages improved. ECMAScript handling changed.
- Handling of white space encoding for plug-ins changed, browser no longer closes itself
- Table rendering improved

Video Call:
- Video Telephony DTMF tones supported (UII messages)
- Bluetooth headset supported during VT call
- Further improvements on video call setup time implemented
- Some localisation texts updated
- Automatic access point settings updated
- PC Dialup over USB improved
- Bluetooth headset connection swapping between headset and mobile improved
- Symbian installation trust setting for Geotrust CA for UTI used for verifying signing of midlets now set to ?untrusted? instead of trusted.
- Java Audio playback improved
- MMS handling improved
- Global GCF 3G WDCMA Certification

- UI:
- Incoming Calling Line Identification (CLI) shows in addition to matched name also phone number
- Manual network mode selection is possible via settings. Default setting is ?dual mode?, user may select ?GSM only? if needed
- PDP disconnect dialog is shown to user if the network cannot give an additional data context when streaming is launched from a browser page
- Partial Idle screen indicates unread messages indicator
- Manual network selection list has been made shorter. Only one operator name is shown in the list even if operator has both 2G and 3G networks available

- Telephony:
- Dialling to prefixed numbers (e.g. *140?number) improved
- USSD session ending handling improved
- Alternative Line Service (ALS) improved

- SIM:
- Reading language information from SIM improved
- SIM handling improved for large phonebook
- Some changes to USAT commands ?Play tone? and ?Refresh?

- Audio and Video:
- Ringing tone behaviour improved
- Streaming improved to work better with some servers
- Memory handling improved when playing audio or mp4 content

- Browser:
- Large File download behaviour improved
- Handling of web sites sending incorrect content types improved

- Video Call:
- Interoperability improvement, Vendor ID now sent in H.324 information
- Help application help texts updated
- IMEISV sent to network changed to 17
- Automatic access point settings updated
- Manufacturing process improvement due to optimised power management software
- Always online email behaviour improved

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Postby divine » 17 Apr 2005, 20:23


thx for the update.

so many technical terms i dont quite understand.

any bug fixes in particular ?
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Postby Hole » 18 Apr 2005, 05:52


Apocalypso wrote:Telephony:
- 2-digit voice mailbox numbers supported (e.g. ?*30?), earlier minimum was 3 or more numbers


Every Nokia suffers from this "problem".
Pretty fucked-up here in Croatia, where police, ambulance and firemen all have 2-digit phone numbers, and then in the papers reporters blamed it on the GSM operator :)

Apocalypso wrote:- Operator name display functionality improved


Now, what the fuck does this mean?! :) How can you improve operator name display functionality? :D

Also, I see a lot of "improvements" that are already implemented in 3.45, so I'm a little bit skeptic about this one...
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Postby Apocalypso » 18 Apr 2005, 06:26


Hole wrote:
Apocalypso wrote:- Operator name display functionality improved


Now, what the fuck does this mean?! :) How can you improve operator name display functionality? :D

:hmm:
Maybe problem with OP logos and 3G networks!?
Who knows what Nokia cooks :P

Hole wrote:Also, I see a lot of "improvements" that are already implemented in 3.45, so I'm a little bit skeptic about this one...

I quite agree with U, all know bugs is already fixed, it seems there is no bug fixed, only some functionality improvements..

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Postby Hole » 18 Apr 2005, 08:57


Apocalypso wrote::hmm:
Maybe problem with OP logos and 3G networks!?
Who knows what Nokia cooks :P


Yeah, but that is operator logo display functionality, not operator name :)
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Postby divine » 18 Apr 2005, 12:52


caller id bug fixed?
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Postby wkearney99 » 19 Apr 2005, 11:58


Any idea of the new firmware will support using a local LAN via Bluetooth for internet access? This instead of being forced to use only the GPRS link. The phone apparently lacks libraries to do this properly.
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Postby mixsynth » 19 Apr 2005, 18:19


I have a Vodafone branded 6630. If I go to a NSC to get the firmware upgraded to this latest version, will they put on a 'Vodafone branded' version (which I *DON'T* want) or just the generic update that I'm looking for?
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Postby Apocalypso » 22 Apr 2005, 12:40


mixsynth wrote:I have a Vodafone branded 6630. If I go to a NSC to get the firmware upgraded to this latest version, will they put on a 'Vodafone branded' version (which I *DON'T* want) or just the generic update that I'm looking for?


I don?t now how it is in other countries, but here in Croatia at Official Nokia SC I can make firmware update and turn out of my phone all Operators shi*s (customisations and restrictions) with out any problems, so?

Hope this helps...

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Postby Hole » 22 Apr 2005, 18:23


mixsynth wrote:I have a Vodafone branded 6630. If I go to a NSC to get the firmware upgraded to this latest version, will they put on a 'Vodafone branded' version (which I *DON'T* want) or just the generic update that I'm looking for?


That depends on service centre policy.
In Croatia, as Apoc said, they flash "clean" firmware, but only because our operators do not brand their phones, for now at least :)

On the other hand, if I told them that I want vodafone FW, they wouldn't do it, simply because there is no Croatian-localised branded vodafone FW, and they only flash FW that is specific to Croatia.
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