By 26 October 2010 | Categories: news


Nokia has announced the availability of a new software update for its Maemo-running N900 smartphone. This update adds Ovi Suite support for the N900 and makes it simpler and more straightforward for users to gain access to, as well as to sync files and messages between their smartphone and their PC or notebook.
Users will now be able to download the latest apps and games from Nokia’s Ovi Store.
“You’ll know that the software update is ready to install when you see a white exclamation mark in a yellow box appear on your device’s screen. Just touch on that icon and follow the instructions,” it states on the company’s official blog. “If you receive a not enough memory warning when you try to update the software, just uninstall a few apps and try again.”
The Finnish manufacturer has also added a variety of software tweaks and fixes, which it states will make the N900 run quicker and smoother as well.


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