Nokia N900 Gets Second Update this Week

Nokia [NOK] have announced the release of the first major update for the Nokia N900. The update follows a minor update that was released earlier this week. This particular major update brings a number of improvements to the N900 including full compatibility with all SIM’s on the Three network as some of them previously were not able to work correctly.

The Exchange software has also been updated allowing the N900 to connect to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 allowing the phone to attract more business users who need Exchange integration on their device.

Other items that have received updates include Ovi Maps that has an improved search function and improved route calculation. Other smaller features have been worked in to the update that were requested by users.

There are a couple of ways to update the N900. The first option is an OTA (over the air) update where the install package is downloaded direct to your phone. If you prefer not to use this method then you do have the option of connecting your phone up to a computer and running the Nokia Software Updater that allows you to update to the latest firmware easily.

The updates are starting within 24 hours in stages across the world.

Via: Nokia Conversations


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