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Video: Nemo 2012.08.31 running on Nokia N900 (New UI)

| September 2, 2012 | 14 Replies

This is one of my favourite phones ever, the Nokia N900 running a new UI with Nemo 2012.08.31.

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  • Jill

    Jay check out the Camera Samples of Nokia 808 vs Samsung Galaxy Camera @ Unleashthephones

    Somehow not able to post it in tips.

  • Shane

    This is running on the N9 now too…
    Jolla would’ve started their UI/UX around this.
    Ofc it’s probably completely different now.

    • http://nokians.fr/ nsuffys

      I have not tried it on my N950 and my N9… perhaps soon. :)

  • albo

    It looks like Meego, but anyway…which phones was sold with this OS and what software is using that Nemo OS, as i got that ofert on a link to to try on my N9, but if that’s not popular OS then what…

    • Shane

      It looks nothing like MeeGo-Harmattan (Nokia N9/950) or even MeeGoCE, which is what this (Nemo) was originally based on.
      I’m not sure what you’re trying to say, but if you’re asking whether this is available on commercially available ph’s, no it isn’t.

      It’s for commercial co’s to use & make much more robust/slick, so long as they place most of their improvements back into the community.
      They don’t even have to use this (Nemo) as their GUI, they can use the more important lower layers (MeR), & then put their own UX on top of that.

    • Shane

      It looks nothing like MeeGo-Harmattan (Nokia N9/950) or even MeeGoCE, which is what this (Nemo) was originally based on.
      I’m not sure what you’re trying to say, but if you’re asking whether this is used on commercially available ph’s, no it isn’t.

      It’s for companies to use & make much more robust/slick, but only if they place most of their improvements back into the community.
      They don’t even have to use this (Nemo) as their GUI, they can use the more important lower layers (MeR), & then put their proprietary UX on top of that.

      • albo

        Here is all about nemo OS priject and images https://wiki.merproject.org/wiki/Nemo/Installing

        • Shane

          Yes, I know, I’ve tried it on my N900, but not on my N9 yet…
          It’ll never be as slick/polished at the major smartphone OS’s, it’ll always be a few steps behind.
          But in the coming yrs commercial companies will turn it into something very substantial, hopefully.

        • Shane

          Yes, I know, I’ve tried it on my N900, but not on my N9 yet…
          It’ll never be as slick/polished as the major smartphone OS’s, it’ll always be a few steps behind.
          But in the coming yrs commercial companies will turn it into something very substantial, hopefully.

  • https://twitter.com/altanonat Altan Onat

    Still, even it is the newest version, it seems very slow…

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  • XANDER

    i have tried nemo on my n900 perfectly works but many bugs:
    scrooling in configuration
    transition between apps

    please someone help me to fix all these problem because i really like very much nemo.it so coool

    • Shane

      What on earth is the point of posting here…
      You’ve tested nemo yet you dont even know the best places to find info & discuss with other users/devs?
      What’s up with that….

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