9 thoughts on “Coming Soon: Better syncing for Mac & Nokia N Series”

  1. Precisely – though I wonder if that will be enough. I think one can’t underscore the importance of syncing, especially with complex devices like mobile phones.

  2. I’m done waiting on Nokia frankly. Their stock finally recovered enough for me to dump it last year and now the iPhone will rescue us all from their total neglect of the Mac.

    For those planning to resist the iPhone come on, be on the lookout for boat-loads of used Nokia handsets flooding Craigslist and eBay in the coming weeks.

  3. special pleading :

    it would be nice if nokia had some proper way to synchronize updates for firmware for the phones (through usb ot a host mac rather than trying to use the crapy web browser) ,,,

    there is the annoying gap that exists between nokia production models & prepoduction models (carrier testing) …. there is no simple/obvious way to update nokia phones firmware.

    i have a 6670 (not N series) so i cant use the osx file transfer utility (bluetooth) to retrieve the contents of the memory cards(pictures etc) — no volumes are properly mounted (via usb mass storage api), so i dont see any either the built-in or the add-in memory for the 6670 🙁 … though other non mass-storage profiles for BT do work with my mac OK (eg remcon with Salling Clicker).

    ps: attn webmaster — this webform is NUTS! trying to use firefoxV3alpha4 .. and there is a huge latency sometimes when typing; sometimes it is impossible to get text selected – the insertion point (I-beam) seems to have no effect sometimes … i cant edit any of the text!

  4. big deal. i’m a huge nokia s60 fan, but for us in the u.s.a., c’mon – there isn’t an n-series phone besides the lame n75. serious euro “n”-vy here for what we can’t have or use to the device’s full potential. i would have bought an n-95 in a heartbeat if it was compatible with at&t’s 3g network.

  5. I’d like to see the ability to download podcasts offline and then sync these to the phone.

    Love my n95

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