isn't there Nokia N96?
There was, but unfortunately it turned out that the proto hw we currently have for RDA didn't work properly with the latest firmware, so the device had to be taken out (for time being). It should be restored sooner or later.
I have not managet to see LG KT610 in my RDA applet although I have tried to make a reservation for it. Sometimes the device status is connected and sometimes disconnected in the Reservations page. Whichever, I cannot see it in the RDA applet.
Sorry about the N96... I'm still on summer holiday for 2 weeks so it's up to my substitutes that whether or not they restore the device before that. The latest news I have is that we were basically waiting for newer HW version.
I am trying to use the RDA, (I had used it earlier in past) but from last two days I am getting "connection refused" error. Is the URL: "apu.ndhub.net" correct? This is the hyperlink from URL
html at the bottom below the text: "Start using RDA". This is just to confirm as DNS lookup for this url fails when tried(see below)
The DNS lookup itself fails.
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
Default Server: ptdc.persistent.co.in
> server 184.108.40.206
Default Server: dns.vsnl.net.in
*** dns.vsnl.net.in can't find apu.ndhub.net: Server failed
According to Forum Nokia's maintenance people, this issue has been fixed and the RDA should be working without the related problem.I am trying to use the RDA, (I had used it earlier in past) but from last two days I am getting "connection refused" error.
In case should you encounter this or some other problems with RDA, please contact directly to firstname.lastname@example.org .
N96 was finally put back online. Quickly looking it would now appear to work ok, but if you run into problems with the device, let me know. (email@example.com)
The phones cannot be provided with all possible language variants.
If you really need that language for a test you can ask bloodredsky very nicely and if possible schedule a test session for which the phone would be prepared with special firmware.
I don't think however that testing the localization through RGA really justifies the use of the service.
It currently has a scandinavian language package flashed (english, finnish, swedish...), but I guess I can switch it to euro 1 (english, german, italian..) which is what most devices usually have. By default the phones are of course set to english language, regardless the variant.