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Auto WeFi

Auto WeFi

Auto WeFi - Tired of manually searching for Wi-Fi connection? WeFi automatically finds the best available Wi-Fi network around and connects you exactly when you need it. WeFi relies on its community-powered database of millions of open access points globally to always provide you with the fastest, cheapest and most reliable connection wherever you are...

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Easy WiFi (Symbian)

Easy WiFi (Symbian)

Easy WiFi hides the complexity of connecting to WiFi on Symbian S60 devices. Select the Easy WiFi IAP and the connection to any of your hotspots will be automated. S60 5th Edition devices get the Easy WiFi integrated map to find locations. S60 3rd Edition users can use the online map at easywifi.com to find locations...

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Navizon for Symbian 3rd edition

Navizon for Symbian 3rd edition

Navizon is the perfect urban companion for your handheld. It allows you to find cool places around you (such as bars, restaurants etc...), see where your friends are and find your own directions Users with a GPS device can use Navizon worldwide. And Navizon will allow you to get a GPS fix where you couldn't before (indoors, urban canyons etc.....

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Forward

Forward

Forward-An application which allows the user to forward on files which have been received over Bluetooth, infrared, MMS or e-mail. Also includes the ability to copy files in the Inbox to elsewhere on the phone. Note that phones based on Symbian OS v7...

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PyNetMony

PyNetMony

PyNetMony is a GSM, UMTS, WLAN and Bluetooth Monitor tool with support for internal, external or assisted GPS. It shows and logs GSM and UMTS network information like Cell ID, Location Area Code, Mobile Network Code , RX level and so on. It supports Nobbis clf v3.0 format, but only decimal at this time, please read the readme.txt for details...

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btradar Script for mShell

btradar Script for mShell

btradar Script for mShell shows visible Bluetooth devices in your surrounding. The blib - representing a device - appears on the current beam position when the device becomes visible. New devices will be placed in the outer area of the radar screen, as long as they stay visible the blib moves toward the center...

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