'Using cellphones since all they did was make calls... barely'

Sunday, March 27, 2005

speed up your series 60 device!

here's how you do it.. First go to ur To-do List (default app of ur N6600) - Make a note and input as follows Subject: Speed Due Date: 01-29-2005(mm-dd-yy) Priority: set to High then press Done - Make a second Note and input as follows Subject: Qoukie Due Date: 01-29-2005(mm-dd-yy) Priority: set to Low then press Done - Do not exit yet, Press the Option of your Subject note w/c is Speed and Mark as done - then Press the Option of your Subject note w/c is Qoukie and Mark as done - Now, reboot ur mobile. Sounds like bullshit? did to me too but i still tried it and well.. my phone was pretty fast before so maybe thats why i can't notce any change but the person who discovered this says it was told to him from the Nokia service department in the philipines! try it for yourself and comment here if it works!

26 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I cann't see any difference in my N6600! It really just bullshit!

6:03 PM

 
Blogger The 0ne said...

Hey,My 7600 won't let me install appz and software.If I try to use bluetooth or infra red it reboots and if i use the data cable it says operation failed..Actually,it also doesn't show certain menu options like the whole silent camera thing...Any idea why this is?
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1:43 AM

 
Anonymous tazzix said...

Try to master reset after a backup. On early series60 phones it was *#7370# then enter security code which is 12345 unless you changed it.

9:33 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what, is this bullshit??

5:25 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

works like a charm

5:27 AM

 
Anonymous *Taha* said...

this thing is really workin guyzz
my N6600 is now a lot faster .... im sure cuz one of the application
took 10 seconds to open but now the time is reduced by 4 seconds ...thanks MR guru for this awsome trick .... go on keep on rockin

11:10 PM

 
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12:34 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a Siemens SX1. Could somebody tell me an instruction, how i can spee up my phone. I cant found the to-do-list.

Sorry for my bad english.

Thanks

12:36 AM

 
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3:28 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmm, thanks for the APRIL FOOLS in MARCH 27, Goofy. Pretty boring one too.

Anyway, I had to clear up my to-do list.

If you can't get the hint, hmmm try to do the samething on MS Outlook to speed up your PC,lol!!!

1:40 AM

 
Anonymous TheDark said...

I dont know why and dont know if it's true, but it seems to work XD now i have higher framerate with emulators on my N-gage withthe lastest firmware. I hope it works for other people even if i don't know how is it possible O_o

1:54 AM

 
Anonymous Foneboy said...

Hey I have the same problem as "the one"...
I have a NOKIA 6620, and i can NOT install or remove any applications.
My camera is also opens very slow or may not open at all. And now i dont hear a thing when i recieve a text message> and all my tone settings are the same!


Please help me... FAST!!!
I think my 6620 is getting worse day by day!

I can't Reset it, because i can't remember my security code.
Is there any other way to Format>> ("I have a file explorer installed, can that help, without making the problem worse?"



Come.. please... help me!!!!!!!!!!!

5:34 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm from Singapore. I was very skeptical about this, cos it sounds too fake to be true. But when I follow these steps, I was simply amazed! Damn! This is true! My phone boots up so fast now. I havw 256MB MMC and tons of apps. Now my phone works like a charm. I am not bullshitting! Whoever you are, thank you so much!

5:52 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If it does make a difference, its VERY slight on an Ngage. Nothing worth bothering to even do this for ! Emulators run a tiny bit better or it could be my imagination......

5:01 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and the explication 4 this "magic" is????? ... come on

6:11 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmm...thank's 4 the idea...but i think...no work at all for the first time. Still the same...wait a minute!!! I just look for my phone, the screen saver that slow before have turn to be fast!!!!What a bullshit!!!It's WORK man!!Realy!!!This is not the real Bullshit but it really Bullshit!!Than'ks man!!!

My phone is nokia 3660!! IT'S WORK ON THIS PNONE!!!!!!

mail me for question : shafiq.farhan@gmail.com

12:24 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

looks the same shit to me!!!

1:53 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it is not a real trick! i just tried on my 6600

10:33 AM

 
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Blogger Iulian said...

The frame rate is improved a lot. I have nokia E50. The calendar seem to load as hard as the clock does, but the framerate on the menu and the surfing of the phone seems improved. Very... tricky.

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Blogger Sathyajith said...

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