It was targeted towards developing countries and users who do not require advanced features beyond making calls and SMS text messages, alarm clock, reminders, etc.
Looking around for a clock screensaver I stumbled across Fliqlo, which is a simple and free flip clock screensaver that mimics the appearance of those retro flip clocks that existed in the time of dinosaurs.
As you might expect from a clock screensaver, settings are limited, you can adjust the size of the flip clock and set to 12 or 24 hour time, that’s about it.
Over the Thankgiving Day holiday weekend Nokia decided to release the new E71 firmware, version 4.
The timing makes perfect sense because Thanksgiving is a North American holiday and the firmware wasn't released for the E71-2 which is the North American version.
A quick caveat, Fliqlo is actually a Flash file, which makes it cross platform compatible with Mac OS X and Windows.
Of course the other side to this being Flash is that if you have a Mac with Flash Player uninstalled, then you won’t be able to run it.
The 1100 achieved its popularity despite being made during a time when more modern mobile phones with more features (e.g.
colour screen, internal camera) were available in the market.
Selecting another screensaver and doing a preview of it before upgrading might help.
An application for updating SDP records on Series 60, specifically for making Bluetooth File Exchange on OS X usable with Series 60. For more instructions on usage, see the guide on OBEX File Transfer on Series 60 with Bluetooth File Exchange on OS X.
As mentioned before it’s actually Flash, so if you don’t want flash you won’t be able to run the Fliqlo screen saver on the computer.