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Symbian basics: changing Clock settings

Hi folks and welcome to the third class of our Symbian basics course! Have you heard the famous saying: “Lost time is never found again.” by Benjamin Franklin?

Well, I have, so this time I will teach you how to set up the Clock in your Symbian phone.

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Symbian basics: How to hide or show home screen applications on your E72?

Hi there students, today we’re gonna pick up where we left off last time! 🙂

I would like to begin with a quote from A. A. Milne: “Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.

Keeping your room/office/desk organized is the key to your productivity, and I think it’s the same for your mobile phone.

You’re going to learn how to hide annoying/irrelevant apps on your E72’s home screen, or any other E series phone’s screen. It’s a pity this great option isn’t available on N series phones, because sometimes the homescreen is simply crowded.

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Symbian basics: How to change shortcuts on your Nokia’s homescreen?

As of today, I’m starting a series of basic Symbian tutorials, to help new users get acquainted with S60 UI. This post is the first one of its kind, and it definitely won’t be the last… 😀

If you’re using a s60 device (for example Nokia E72, N82, X6, 5530, etc..), you’ve probably noticed some shortcuts on the device’s homescreen. There are a lot of things, I know, but we’ll focus on the first row in this tutorial.

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