Symbian's messaging program refuses to send midi (.mid) music files by MMS, because it wrongly believes every midi file is copyrighted. Symbian's file manager won't send midi files by bluetooth, and it won't send .sis and .jar installers either.
ClosedContentListOff lets you get rid of these restrictions. It's a simple patch that runs with ROMPatcher. Just hack your phone, run ClosedContentListOff, and send your files without the draconian censorship-like restrictions that Nokia builds into its phones.
• ClosedContentListOff on Mobile Castle
On many new Nokia phones you can't simply switch caps off to give file managers like X-plore and ActiveFile access to system folders like c:\sys\bin.
The Open4All ROMPatcher patch takes care of that. When you let ROMPatcher run the Open4All patch, all your file managers can view, read from, and write to the system folders.
The old Open4All patch works on most hacked phones with ROMPatcher. The Nokia N96 is an exception, but the special Open4All patch for the N96 takes care of that.
Of course your phone has to be hacked and ROMPatcher has to be installed on your phone to make this patch work.
• Open4All (generic and N96 versions)
• Open4All (generic) discussion at Symbian Freak (signup/login required)
• Open4All (Nokia N96) discussion at Symbian Freak (signup/login required)
Friday, 7 August 2009
Tame Symbian: send sis/jar/mid files by bluetooth or MMS with ClosedContentListOff, Open4All patch to browse system folders also for Nokia N96