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BTW, there is an old version of ProfiMail for Android looking like Symbian's one available for free to download here - http://www.lonelycatgames.com/downlo...droid_3_59.apk .
There is even simple built-in file manager with Symbian's X-plore interface.
Another interesting thing is that this version renders HTML e-mails independently from Android's WebKit/Blink which allows for example to wrap text in e-mails.
Unfortunately, it does not work perfectly stable (at least from what I have tested on Android 4.4.4).
 

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Originally Posted by aspergerguy View Post
Can't remember how far back you need to set date to utilise DrWeb-600 or Norton Symbian Hack now and even had Nokia Maps working with Bluetooth receiver

At the very least you would need to update Certificate Authorities from: http://www.traud.de/ta/ and install Opera Mobile.
I need such update of CA's on my n9, because more and more sites requires HTTPS, so n9 webbrowser is becoming unusable :-(
 

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