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Offline Fysack

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The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« on: March 08, 2008, 01:32:29 AM »
Powered by: rejetto HFS (2.3 beta, build 183) & RAWR-Designs.
I have downloaded a ringtone

Series 40 - user interface
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service): Class10, download up to 62,4 kbps
WAP 2.0, TCP/IP
Opera Mini internet (not orginal, installed from web) browser
Passiv matrise-display with 65 536 colours (128 x 128 piksler)
Nokia 5140i
Check...
Download works: ok
Login works: ok
Shoutbox: no
Popup player: no 
Conclusion: Works great, you dont need more.


Symbian 7.0S OS, Series 80 platform, Java MIDP 2.0
Opera Internet browser
Support for HTML, XHTML, and JavaScriptâ„¢
Macromedia Flash plug-in version 5.0 and earlier
Communicator (interior) display: transflective LCD with 65,536 colors in 640 x 200 pixels
Nokia 9500
Check...
Download works: ok
Login works: ok possible (this tlf been in the shit, had its ass in the grass)
Shoutbox: ok
Popup player: no
Conclusion:  Flawless, great graphics.


Operating system: S60 software on Symbian OS
User interface: S60 3rd edition, Feature Pack 1 (hehe, better if they called it Future Pack )
JavaTM MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
Flash Lite 2.0
Large 2.8" QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT display with ambient light detector and up to 16 million colors
N95
Check...
Download works: ok
Login works: ok
Shoutbox: ok
Popup player: yes, but no*

* it pops up, but it dont play**

Conclusion:
Man`o man this is the mother of pocket porn, flipping the screen to landscape and zoom down to 50% your HFS  with 1 Terra Byte of ringtones can be reach from anywhere in hole world.
And probably moon too.
The only drawback with the N95 i`m testing right now, is that it belongs to my woman.

** Dosent really matter. The built in player will ask you if you want to save it or not, after you played it. It acts like the popup***

*** There was a serious bug in the popupplayer on the N95. The song duration graph displayed  text:Na:na instead of the graph. You could not close the popup. After clicking the FFW or REW , the mousepointer got stuck in the player, you could not get out of it. To make the player dissapear, you had to close the entire browser****

**** Just kidding*****

***** No, not with what i wrothe , i was joking about the last four stars (****)

Cheers
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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2008, 01:57:06 AM »
ah, nice, a friend of mine has N95. he can even watch youtube on it.
well, in italy lots of people has it, but 99% of them don't even know it has a browser ::)

i have a S60 rocking, and a windows mobile 6 i'm about to sell.

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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2008, 04:07:16 AM »
This post is confusing :P it is HFS related but more worthy of the everything else board :P

My dad just bought a Nokia 6110 Navigator the other day, not the top of the line stuff, but it has GPS, its quite handy. Mobile phones are amazing now. I have an old Nokia 3230 (think its one of the first 'smart phones') cant kill it.

As for the shoutbox not working, it is because of the iFrame. The popup player would require flash and javascript, a long with the possibility of fading in and out on a phone browser interface so... I think it works with my PS3 no problems. I will check with I have time.
« Last Edit: March 08, 2008, 06:09:58 AM by That_Stevens_Guy »

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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2008, 02:06:46 AM »
hehe  :D yea i know, i remember first time i dowloaded and installed a 3rd party software to  my mobile, it was like:  :o o`shit, this is a f*ck!ng computer!!

Yep! The Symbian Report topic is indeed confusing, lots of tec talk about things that not a everyday man would think about while eating lunch.
Eksample:
Nokia Series 40 is a platform for mobile phones based on the Nokia OS.
Series 40 uses a simpler operating system than the higher end Series 60, 80 and 90 (which are based on the multitasking Symbian OS)

But the beauty of it, i was not asking for anything, i was just reporting.  ;D

No, its not more worthy of the everyting else board, this is RAWR related ..i think..

Ok, this is how i think:
The old Series xx, and the old Symbian OS versions are history. We dont put more effort to think to figure out why and how.
But the N95, that is the new stuff man, it has come to stay, and evolve. We go from here.
When surfing the cyberspace with the N95, and opening my HFS site with the RAWR template installed. My phone "freeze" when i hit the popup player button (because the phone dont support the player ???)
Solution would be to redirect phone browsers to a diff template (RAWR with no popup player)(i really hope diff template stands for different template ::)) :P

Oh! i forgot to mention that the N95 uses a Nokia Web Browser

pling! 3`o clock! This is Fysack, i`m out of here..
« Last Edit: March 09, 2008, 02:34:15 AM by That_Stevens_Guy »
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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2008, 06:53:15 AM »
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Solution would be to redirect phone browsers to a diff template (RAWR with no popup player)(i really hope diff template stands for different template Roll Eyes) Tongue

That's what I thought too. But users have to be reasonnable since they 're charged per month to the Mo they 've transfered. (tested on LG - Cf. everything else]
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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #5 on: March 09, 2008, 02:07:03 PM »
diff stands for difference,
because the final output is the overlaying of the two templates.
source overlaying, not graphical overlaying.
the diff tpl can be a simple redefining of how jpeg files are displayed [file.jpg]
or EVEN completely eclipse the main template, being a full template itself.

anyway, let's say you have a bunch of files you want to reach remotely with your phone.
you can keep these files in a folder "mobile".
in this folder, as diff template you put a whole template, designed for handheld devices. they don't need fancy things, just accessibility. you can assemble such template in minutes. it would be similar to the filelist template. and it would work on any internet enabled phone.

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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2008, 11:42:57 PM »
Yea that is something to keep in mind TCube

And thank you rejetto, that cleard me up, ill check it out..
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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #7 on: March 11, 2008, 09:02:56 AM »
Would it be nice to have a different template and some  "~login redirect to"  linked to a range of 3G/Umts Ip's [I'll check later this week how to detect them]

Anyway ... here goes the price in Euros in France for such services (for Nok currency ... get it for yourself ^^)
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Edit :   Checked with FT & SFR mainly operators ... no way to detect Ip's from 3G
« Last Edit: March 12, 2008, 11:02:32 AM by TCube »
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Re: The Symbian Report - HFS & RAWR
« Reply #8 on: March 12, 2008, 10:46:31 PM »
Hmm.. ip-ranges and money to redirect, i wasn`t aware of that. Fast calculated in Nok that would be.. about.. To much for to little  ;)
What about WLAN, im thinking like these sites that displays, your ip is, your OS is, your browser is..
Hey.! That dude that created the Orange/Blue template had a script or something that kicked IE users to the Firefox hompage  :D
Maybe that could be turned in to a god thing, what was he`s name again? ..you know who i mean, that Steves guy?



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