I8510 over the air updating
Although an Active Standby plug-in is provided on handsets that ship with this version of search (N81, N95 8GB) it does not appear to be available in the downloadable version which is a shame.However you can get much of the same speed by using one of the standby application shortcut slots for Nokia Search (configurable via Tools- Standby mode).In the Contacts application, for example, the search is by first name / last name, but Nokia Search searches across more fields (though in my tests I found it seems to only index one phone number per contact - the most recently entered).Also worth noting is that Nokia Search only indexes full words, thus to search for 0800123456 you would need enter '080012', '123456' would not work (this is really only an issue with number searches).
Updating to i OS 8 OTA also requires 4.6 GB of free space on the i OS 7 device.
Version 30.009 is described by Nokia as a 'Maintenance' update: includes the latest Ovi Maps 3.3 (with free navigation) includes the sharing of location via Facebook Nokia Messaging improvements (version 2.1.0 in the ROM now) I think, it’s interesting for all Nokia N86 8 MP owners.
Raising the bar for cameraphone quality is one thing, but Samsung's 8-megapixel camera-packing i8510 also combines high-grade imaging work with a top-table set of features that put it firmly among the best in class.
I have downloaded the latest version of Nokia's search tool for my 6120 classic, but I can only use it to search the web or categories : Music, Contacts, Calendar, Messages, Email messages, Bookmarks, Images, Videos, Landmarks, Applications and Notes?
The usual caveats about network-branded phones getting this at a later date apply, as do taking precautions by backing up first - just in case.
This is an extremely powerful application and is a very welcome inclusion to Nokia's S60 software suite.