Wednesday, April 29, 2009

N82 Dead & Alive


My N82 Nokia phone is about 1.5 years old. Few months back the battery started giving problem, it only last about 1 day after a full charge. So I replaced it with a new one. Unfortunately, the new battery did not extend its life. In fact, it died. I mean, totally no breathing...totally blank. So I just leave it in the book shelf, and got myself a new phone.

After so many months, I've almost forgot about it. Surprisingly, hubby "IM" me and told me he managed to save the phone and now it's back to normal. He tried to rescue the phone using several methods. He tried to connect the phone to the computer through USB cable and update the software. Unfortunately, it did not work, as the the computer can't detect the hand phone. Seriously, my phone was totally cannot on, how can the computer detect anything? After several failed attempts, finally hubby got an idea. He then tried hard reset + update software at the same time. In this way, he able to force the phone initiate for 1~2 second, just enough time for the computer to register the phone and proceed to update the software. So, the software update was successful, and my phone come back to life again!

Honestly, I like N82 more than my current N79. Most importantly, its camera perform better. Want to see the difference?

This photo is taken using N82. It's clear and sharp.

And this is from N79. With the exactly same setting, the photo came out a bit blur. Disappointing?

Thanks to hubby to safe my lovely Nokia N82. Some of my food blog photos will still rely on it. Welcome back!

8 comments:

Mummy Zuan said...

hi..stumbled upon your nice blog...

well i think most of nokia phone has the same problem..that is why i switch to SE phone..

KaDusMama said...

Why not try Sony Ericssons phone..
the pix quality is not really bad..

Little Inbox said...

Mummy Zuan, welcome!

Kadus Mama, I had one Sony Ericson before the N82. The camera is ok, but I don't quite like the mechanism of the lens protector.

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

Little Inbox, another example of TLC(Tender-loving-care) of your hubby....Cherish-CHERISH-cherish :-)

N said...

wah..your hubby so keng can fix your handphone for you!

N said...

i'll be going to melbourne end of the month. have a wonderful time in perth!! :D

Little Inbox said...

MRC, oh thanks for reminding me on that. I could have ignore his tender-care-loving all the while. May be this is his way to express his love since he's not a romantic guy?

Little Inbox said...

Nana, hubby is more well verse in technical thing, not like me.

Wishing you to have a pleasant and fruitful trip to Melbourne too! :)