Nokia N97 Firmware Update 11.0.021

As promised, Nokia’s N97 has just received its latest firmware update 11.0.021 just in time for the long weekend, where it will be available in most regions, and for folks who can’t get it Over The Air (OTA), there is always the Nokia Software Updater to help you stay up to date. There is a fairly long list of changes and fixes available with the latest firmware update, and you can view the extended list right after the jump.

  • USB detection error fix
  • PC does not detect N97 or USB charging connection not detected
  • Widget
  • Home screen online/offline widget crash fix
  • Fix for “Alphabetical and Number input are mixed in facebook until end key is pressed
  • Widget UI improvement – New facebook widget fixes a problem of Home Screen background visible on soft-key area
  • Browser fixes to improve widgets stability.
  • MfE related fixes
  • Partial fix for Messaging/calendar entry lost
  • Mail for exchange calendar entry synchronization error fix
  • UI transition error fixes (Portrait <-> landscape transition, there is a home screen corruption.)
  • UI transition (Slowness and bad effects)
  • Slow Touch UI response
  • Picture of the device lock appears half of the screen when transitioning the UI sometimes
  • Landscape: in some cases the soft buttons on touch (right hand) show the Home Screen in background (install
  • Photos thumbnail performance and stability improvements
  • Device performance deteriorates when lots of content in the device – especially photos
  • Partial fix no display backlight illumination when unlocking lock-key – CAP Genius reported already
  • New version of Accueweather to improve the “Connection error” situation
  • Device reset when browsing with high speed packet access (for Malaysia)
  • “Browser soft key UI doesn’t work after putting Chinese character with qwerty keyboard”
  • Java fixes (TCK, Pre-install app disappearing, *#7370#*)
  • Operator fixes (CMCC, Hutchson and Telefonica, Vodafone)
  • Ovi store client now embedded in the core image

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