Archive for the 'open source' Category

Mobile Web Server

Mobile Web Server will turn your phone into a web server. You can even install PAMP (Personal Apache MySQL PHP) in it, but I didn’t try installing PAMP, because I haven’t seen the use of it yet (except for draining my battery faster). The basic web server can be accessed by the world, or you […]

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Frozen Bubble

Frozen Bubble is one of my favorite games, because it is easy to play, not boring, and doesn’t make you think too much. When Elias Konstantinidis released the first version for Symbian 7.0, I was eager to play it on my Nokia 3650, and decided to help him create a build for Symbian 6.0. That […]

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GNUGoS60 is a port of the Free Software Foundation’s GNU Go application to Nokia’s Series 60 (S60) platform based on the Symbian Operating System (SymbianOS). This program is running good, the only complain is that there is no progress is displayed while the computer is ‘thinking’, so it looks like it hangs each time we […]

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Programming Symbian phones using C++ is not easy, and many have complained about it. To create a small program is very difficult in C++, that is why some prefer to do Java (MIDP) programming, which is easier. Some people thinks that Java is still to complicated and time consuming to write simple programs, that is […]

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ScummVM is a virtual machine which was made to allow one to play LucasArts adventure games that use the SCUMM system on multiple platforms (and Symbian is one of those platforms). With this you can play your old DOS games from LucasArt. If you don’t have one, you can download some games from This […]

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