Nokia 5800 - Part 1

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Re: Garmin XT on nokia 5800 xpressmusic

Postby andromedia » Thu Mar 05, 2009 4:47 pm

There is a known working way to install Garmin XT in 5800... only that it require a "hard-reset". I just done it today for a friend...

1) Backup your phone memory (using Nokia PC Suite).

2) Remove the MicroSD card by pressing the Power Button on the top left of your phone and scroll all the way down. There is an option to remove your memory card. Select it and follow instruction.

3) Off your phone and remove your SIM CARD and turn it on again.

4) Press *#7370# for Factory Reset. Default code is "12345". REMEMBER, YOU WILL LOSE EVERYTHING!

5) After the phone rebooted, select your country region as "Hong Kong".

6) Set the current time and date.

7) Once the phone fully booted up, turn it off and insert your SIM Card and MicroSD card.

8) You may now install Garmin XT for you phone as well as other applications.

Just a note of advice. Try to update your firmware to V.11 or newer before proceeding as V.10 and earlier are well-known for the "Expired Certificate" issue even after doing the above step 1 to 8. To check your current firmware, enter *#0000#.

Good luck...

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Re: Garmin XT on nokia 5800 xpressmusic

Postby vash_h » Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:11 pm

bro.. they posted the above because they are refering to gmxt 5.00.20, which u require virtual key to run. gmxt 5.00.30 is launched towards the end of feb, which fully supports 5800, thus u do not need virtual key to use gmxt.
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Re: Nokia 5800 Xpress Music

Postby vash_h » Thu Mar 05, 2009 5:13 pm

Ravindara82 wrote:
vash_h wrote:my current firmware on 5800 is v20.0.012


Hi vash_h,
before I change my hp to 5800, may I know that whether need to buy external GPS receiver ? in order get the satellite signal, or use build in GPS receiver.
Thanks

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Ravin :mrgreen:

yes, you can use the internal built-on gps receiver. you will need to buy garmin mxt from garmin to do that. there is another way , the ways of the dark side, but it will not be discussed here.
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Re: Garmin XT on nokia 5800 xpressmusic

Postby andromedia » Thu Mar 05, 2009 6:08 pm

Bro, I posted that because many 5800 users have difficulties installing GMXT 5.00.30 mainly due to the "Expired Certificate" error, not because of the previous version doesn't support Symbian S60 5th Edition.

Just so you know, I did that before too... installing GMXT 5.00.20 on a 5800 with the VirtualKey thing... I'm just sharing this because I see that information is not available here yet... no hard feelings... :)

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Re: Garmin Mobile XT Symbian 5.00.30 Support 5800 Touch Screen

Postby joemoe » Thu Mar 05, 2009 6:19 pm

gawaynelcy wrote:
joemoe wrote:Today I first tried to use my 5800 with the new GMXT. It crashed when the voice prompt came out. It was ok when it was navigating; But when i came close to the next turn, just when the voice prompt came out it crashed and went to the phone menu page.

Any one experienced the same thing here? I am on V20 firmware by the way. Plan to reinstall it tonight and try again tomorrow.



i don't seem to face that problem bro...

i've used it all the way from KL to Bukit Kiara then to Serdang yesterday...all the way using GMXT...no such prob...

reboot ur phone maybe???


I think i have root cause the problem. Try the following to see whether you can duplicate the problem:

Setting -> Routing -> Turn Preview -> set to Enable

Also, during navigating press the top left area when you will see a list of turning, it will also crash the program and return to phone menu page.

Does anyone of you facing the infamous speaker issue? I got mine fix the 4th day i got my phone.

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Re: Garmin Mobile XT Symbian 5.00.30 Support 5800 Touch Screen

Postby 9W2CBL » Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:31 pm

It is confirm that the Turn Preview that is enable is the one that cause the Garmin MobileXT to shut down and back to main menu.

Currently I turn it off! and no issue of running it for 4 route now.

I wonder what is the function for the "Turn Preview"

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Re: Nokia 5800 Xpress Music

Postby tuah » Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:42 pm

=P~

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Re: Garmin Mobile XT Symbian 5.00.30 Support 5800 Touch Screen

Postby inntech » Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:02 pm

my NOkia 5800 when i try install the garminMobileXT.sis....show error expired certificete....y?

how to do it?

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Re: Nokia 5800 Xpress Music

Postby sharkteef » Fri Mar 06, 2009 2:09 am

for RM1280 original set, not a bad phone. AP price and ori price not much diff so better to buy ori.

Main disadvantages:

* Limited 3rd party software availability
* UI is still immature with somewhat dodgy user experience
* Touchscreen sensitivity not the best in the class
* No smart dialing
* Poor image quality and no GPS geotagging (geotagging is now added via firmware update)
* Touch web browser not quite polished
* No voice-guided navigation license
* No office document editing out-of-the-box
* Doesn't charge off microUSB



Known major problem for the tube and its solution:

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showt ... ry23752068

its something i dont wanna do at home ....... :nutz:
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Re: Garmin Mobile XT Symbian 5.00.30 Support 5800 Touch Screen

Postby andromedia » Fri Mar 06, 2009 9:52 am

Here is a solution to the "Expired Certificate" problem some of you might encounter...

1) Backup your phone memory (using Nokia PC Suite).

2) Remove the MicroSD card by pressing the Power Button on the top right of your phone and scroll all the way down. There is an option to remove your memory card. Select it and follow instruction.

3) Off your phone and remove your SIM CARD and turn it on again.

4) Press *#7370# for Factory Reset. Default code is "12345". REMEMBER, YOU WILL LOSE EVERYTHING!

5) After the phone rebooted, select your country region as "Hong Kong".

6) Set the current time and date.

7) Once the phone fully booted up, turn it off and insert your SIM Card and MicroSD card.

8) You may now install Garmin XT for you phone as well as other applications.

Just a note of advice. Try to update your firmware to V.11 or newer before proceeding as V.10 and earlier are well-known for the "Expired Certificate" issue even after doing the above step 1 to 8. To check your current firmware, enter *#0000#.

Good luck...


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