Nokia N9 Update available? v20.2011.40-4 (Update – Changelog)

| November 8, 2011 | 168 Replies

Screenshot by @psychomania666

We got an email from Juho saying that there is a 200mb update available for the Nokia N9.

I wasn’t sure whether to post it based on that alone, but a search on twitter shows up that screenshot above as well as a few other users rejoicing in the availability of an update.

Oh, in the time it took to jot this post down, Juho quickly emailed us a pic to confirm the update too on his N9. He says that’s his business phone (possibly hence the blur).

Changelog from Yvonne:

Hi all,

 

just to inform you that we have now started to publish PR1.1 update for N9 (software update version number 20.2011.40-4). The updates are published in waves and your phone will display a notification once it’s available for you.

 

Some of the new features include:

  • NFC tag reading to instantly interact with NFC tags
  • Music controls on lock screen
  • Photo and video shooting with color filters: black & white, sepia, vivid, negative, solarize
  • More powerful multitasking with improved memory handling
  • Swype for fast typing
  • Faster MfE synch, synchronizing only active folders
  • Noice cancellation reduces background noise so that your friends hear you better
  • Close apps easily with swiping down, this now on by default
  • New indicators for standby screen like charging and calendar
  • etc

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Category: Firmware Update, Maemo, MeeGo, Nseries

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  1. joeg says:

    I purchased my N9 from Virgin Mobile in Melbourne Australia and no update here either. I have contacted Nokia several times as their is an update shown on the Nokia Australia website but Nokia keep telling me it all has to do with the product code your phone has and the version and that as yet not available in Australia yet.

    I find this extremely frustrating as I mentioned to Nokia why have an available update showing on the Australian website when it’s not available.

  2. dave says:

    In australia got the OTA update on the 21/11/11.
    facebook no longer gets feed updates on feed screen, facebook app doesnt connect either. But i can chat on Facebook within messages. Is there a bug report for this update?

  3. joeg says:

    The N9 update came through today. All updated and installed successfully.

  4. Simon says:

    Still no update for me…have been patiently waiting fo rthis update to rectify the Mail for Exchange bug that needs you to disable the account and then re-enable it to allow you to synch again.

    Pretty basic flaw, quite annoying to go through, but at least it has slowed down the numbers of times a day I synch my emails when away from the office or on weekends :-p

    Upside to everything I guess.

    Would be good to upgrade your phone when you feel like it though, instead of waiting for slow networks to approve something. Have been working with GSM modems in devices for nearly 15 years now and having the ability to load up whatever FW you want on those devices and not your own personal phone is most annoying.

    End of rant I guess :-)

    Cheers
    Simon

    • incognito says:

      Have you tried updating it through the NSU? Mine refused to show any OTA updates, but the NSU suggested the update right away.

      … of course, I flashed it afterwards many a time, so if you’re inpatient that also is an option.

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