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They had a device that was in some fronts superior to i Phone much earlier, but they got stuck with Symbian first and Microsoft afterwards. Well, the last Symbian devices weren't supposed to be locked down.Heck, there's even the Delight fork. the time of PW 808 the OS was on the level of i OS, but nobody cared then, not even Nokia (the 808 wasn't really advertised, and was hard to get...).Please contact us with the error message so we can look at fixing the issue.Nokia had long term plan which looked promising: They bought first Trolltech for QT and after that started doing Meego* (albeit too slowly) but the idea was to have one development platform for all their new and old phone platforms and QT fit the bill really nicely.Keep your musical instrument in tune with your Java enabled mobile phone, with Audio Tuner. This software provides two ways of tuning your musical instrument: If you figure out how to stop your phone always asking for permission to record audio, please let us know Error message: "Your mobile is not supported by this software - sorry: audio recording not supported" Unfortunately, the version of Java on your mobile doesn't support recording of audio. If you can, please let us know so we can update our supported handset table.
Meego still feels more Linuxy than Android.* Of course creating first Maemo on top of GTK and after that switching to QT sounded weird and with Meego there was other parties like Samsung and Intel meddling around so they lost lot of steam in that transition too.Edit: snark aside, I'm not sure how this would be a factor in what makes a mobile platform successful.It feels like the sort of comment that would be made right after saying "year of desktop linux!But in the end the QT plan was really half-assed because getting it into Symbian took too long time and Meego was even slower project.The first Meego phone N9 and it's unpublished sibling N950 (with the best qwerty hardware ever) were better phones than Android phones at that time, but when they released the N9 it was already known that Nokia will switch to Windows Phone and there was no point in buying N9 or developing apps for it.