Memory cards for your mobile phones, cameras and other gadgets have been common for a few years now. While cleaning some drawers I came across several memory cards from past that are as small as 64 MB in size. Took a few photos for you if you’re interested ( go beyond the break )Read More
Just did bit of a hack and it feels so good to control this Nokia phone running Symbian with Nintendo Wii controller. The feel is even greater when you play a game using this remote when your Phone is connected to a TV via TV-out cable. Please note this solution only works on Symbian S60, Symbian ^3 and Symbian Anna and has been tested on a Nokia N8 with Symbian Anna installed on it.
Here we go and Best of Luck!
Hardware used in experiment
- A Nokia N8 smart phone with Symbian Anna
- A Wii remote controller RVL 003 (Don’t have one? Click here to buy)
- A USB desktop keyboard or a standard Bluetooth keyboard (Only for touchscreen-only phones. Optional for phones with physical keyboards).
How to connect
- Install a simple application named MOBIPad (link at the end of the post).
- Run Mobi Pad and from options menu choose to connect to Wiimote
- Press 1 and 2 simultaneously on the Wii controller and wait till the app says connected
- Done! The remote now works all across your apps and everywhere in the OS.
Catch for Touchscreen users
Touch screen phones like Nokia 5800 ExpressMusic or Nokia N8 do not have a physical keyboard and hence Options menu cannot be launched to start connection with the wiimote. You can use a Bluetooth keyboard or a normal USB keyboard to access the menu. Simply connect the Bluetooth keyboard via bluetooth, or use the USB connector that came with your Nokia N8 to connect a desktop USB Keyboard to your phone. When you run MOBIPad, press Windows/Menu key to open the menu and there you are with a working app on touch-screen.
You can download MOBIPad application from this link.
Note: Please note this program is provided as is. I’ve found it working and apparently it doesn’t do anything wrong to the phone.Read More
Next generation SDXC memory cards start emerging in online stores. Devices that support such cards are also becoming available. SDXC is the latest standard of memory cards that supports memory capacities starting from 16 gigabyte and goes up to 2 terabyte (2000 gigabyte). Such huge capacity cards will be very popular in HD video cameras and other multimedia producing and carrying devices.
Cards with 64GB capacity are available now. Cards with larger capacity will be available later.
You can click on the card below to buy it now:
If you have a digital camera, mobile phone or media device that supports SDXC cards, you are ready to get benefit from huge capacity memory cards. You can buy one now or you can wait till larger capacities like 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB or 2TB become available.Read More
Are you looking to upgrade or buy a new Micro Card for your phone? If you are confused, I’m talking about the MicroSD card. In most common language in most parts of the world, MicroSD card is known as Micro Card. If you think your current Micro Card is too small and goes full, think about upgrading its size. These micro cards are getting cheaper every day and their capacity goes double almost every year.
With new devices, cameras, smart phones and tablets coming out every day, memory requirements are drastically increasing. Phones have high megapixel cameras like Nokia N8 having a sizzling 12 megapixel camera. Obviously the photos captured with this camera will take several megabytes of space and more pictures you take, more space is needed on your phone.
Similar camera phones like Samsung Wave has a HD video camera that can record video at 1280×720 resolution with 30FPS. That takes a lot of space as well. You definitely need a multi-gigabyte Micro Card for that. But nothing to worry about, Micro Cards are now available in different huge capacities like 8GB, 16Gb and even 32 GB now. You can choose one that suits your needs and fits your budget.
You can buy one f these cards by simply clicking on your desired Micro CardRead More