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January 15, 2008 / Marco

Nokia N82 cellular phone and “user data preservation” around the corner

Those who have used Nokia Software Updater at least once know that restoring the previously backed up data after a firmware update is quite painful. Add to that the nightmare of installing and configuring many applications. Now this may become history at least for the N82.

The first Nokia N82 firmware update (which is to become available soon) introduces a feature called “user data preservation“. It refers to the fact that as updating is over, everything should remain intact. Of course, backing up data before a firmware update must always remain a number-one priority for all.

At any rate, it wouldn’t be uncommon to see this feature making its way into other S60 handsets. Imagine a day when your cell phone screen reader immediately speaks after a firmware update. Are you optimistic? Nokia has something to surprise us daily!

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