Sunday, April 27, 2008

Sport Tracker

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Sport Tracker


Nokia Sports Tracker is a GPS based activity tracker that runs on S60 smartphones. Information such as speed, distance and time are automatically stored to your training diary. To be able to use application for real, you need Nokia S60 3.0 or 3.1 phone with Bluetooth GPS device or Nokia S60 3.0 or 3.1 phone with integrated GPS.


1. Which Bluetooth GPS devices are supported?

The application has been tested with Nokia Bluetooth GPS modules (we recommend Nokia LD-4W), but any Bluetooth enabled GPS module known to work with your phone should work. Most of the GPS modules have been designed primarily for car navigation use, therefore their performance in low speed (e.g. walking) may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.
2. How do I install the application?

There are two options: a) use phone browser to access this page and click installation link at the bottom of the page or b) download the installation package to your computer and perform the installation using PC Suite
3. My track plot has odd jumps and/or the measured distance seems to be too big.

Some GPS receiver are more susceptible to positioning signal strength variations than others. Poor visibility to satellites may cause the calculated position to wonder around, increasing the apparent traveled distance. The situation can be especially challenging in urban canyons (tall buildings blocking the satellite view). User should position the GPS device so that it has clear view to the sky.
4. What phone models are compatible with the application?

List of compatible phones is next to the download link below. The application is compatible with latest Nokia S60 3rd edition phones, such as N71, N73, N75, N76, N80, N80ie, N91, N92, N93, N93i, N95, E50, E60, E61, E61i, E62, E65, E70, E90, 3250, 5500 Sport, 6290, 6110 Navigator.
5. Can I see the recorded workout on a map?

Currently the application does not contain any map content; stay tuned for an update. If you want to see your recorded track on the map, you can export the workout to a file in KML format (in workout summary choose Options->Save as->Export to Google Earth) that can be visualized using 3rd party applications, such as "Google Earth". Example screenshots below, satellite imagery shown is copyrighted by Google.
Here's an example how generated KML files can be visualized using a web browser: sample view. KML file shown can be downloaded from here: Example.kml.


Please read and accept the 2-page "End User Software Agreement" before installing the application.

* END USER SOFTWARE AGREEMENT (plain text version)

Note: You can have the application check for available updates automatically. To enable optimum update selection, application sends Nokia statistical information about current version and its usage, but such information can not be used to identify users personally. You can choose whether you want to use automatic check for updates when launching the application for the first time. Automatic check for updates can be enabled or disabled in any time from the Settings->General menu.

Click here to download Nokia Sports Tracker for Nokia S60 v3.0 and v3.1 phones:


* Nokia N71, N73, N75, N7/, N80, N80ie, N91, N92, N93, N93i, E50, E62, E65, E70, 3250, 5500 Sport; S60 3.0 (v1.71, 20-03-2008)
* Nokia E60, E61; S60 3.0 (v1.71, 20-03-2008)
* Nokia N76, N81, N81 8Gb, E51, 6110 Navigator, 6120, 6121, 6290; S60 3.1 (v1.71, 20-03-2008)
* Nokia E90 Communicator (v1.71, 20-03-2008)
* Nokia N82, N95 8GB (v1.71, 20-03-2008)
* Nokia N95 (v1.71, 20-03-2008)

* Nokia Sports Tracker user guide v0.9 beta

Release notes

1) Measurement unit can be changed from settings: Options->Settings->Measurement Unit. Available unit conversions are Metric(km,km/h), Imperial (mi,mph) and Nautical (nm,kn).
2) Exported Google Earth compatible KML files can now be sent directly to user's computer using a wireless connection, such as Bluetooth or Infrared. Open the exercise to be exported from Training Diary, select Options->Save Workout->Export to Google Earth: Send result file->'Create file and send'.
3) Simple filter is added to filter out erroneous GPS locations. Filter can be turned on and off from settings menu: Options->Settings->General: GPS filtering.
4) Added a separate installation file for S60 3.1 devices (N95, E90, 6110 Navigator, E61i).

1) Added support for GPX and CSV data export formats. Exported files can be sent out using Bluetooth/MMS/email.
2) Added bearing information to exported KML and GPX files to suppot some special use cases. New data files (v1.49 onwards) include a bit more data to fix problems in GPX export in case of momentarily lost satellite fix.
3) Added altitude offset feature (settings->general->altitude offset). [Displayed altitude]=[GPS altitude]+[altitude offset]. Altitude offset is stored to workout files and can be later changed from workoout properties.
4) Added some options to GPS filtering: off/high/medium/low. "High" is the tightest and "Low" the loosest option.
5) Fixed and tidied up some small details
6) Made preparations for possible upcoming features...

v1.60 official release (20.11.2007)
1) Client compatible with newly launched Nokia Sports Tracker Online Beta web service.
Workouts can be uploaded to the free web service directly from the mobile (no need for a PC).
User account can be created very easily using the mobile client. Account information given when registering is used to log on to the web service
(alternatively: user account can be created online at
We've spent huge amount of time making the user account creation and workout uploading as convenient as possible. Also a great amount of effort
has been put into tuning to make it easy to use. Show is not over yet - the development continues. Recommended browser is latest version of your favourite web browser. Mozilla FireFox is #1 weapon of choice, we still have some small performance issues with IE6...
2) Added support to photo placement (photos captured during recordig are automatically positioned on the track).
3) Added pedometer functionality to N95, N95 8Gb and N82.
4) E90 version has support for larger internal screen.
5) Published v0.9 of NST user guide.
6) Did several improvements invicible to the user.

v1.62 (23.11.2007)
1) Minor change and tuning related to update check feature.

v1.63 (3.12.2007)
1) Small fixes.

v1.66 (18.12.2007)
1) Fixed KML export problem with N82.
2) Removed automatic application launch after installation (this caused odd behavior in some devices).
3) Added support for localization (other languages than English are not available just yet).
4) A whole bunch of other small things.

v1.67 (28.12.2007)
1) Added energy consumption estimate to workout summary for walking and running activities.
2) Small tweaks.

v1.70 (22.01.2008)
1) Fixed problems (disappearing icons, missing activities, difficulties in starting etc) caused by exeption in configuration file handling.
These were previously solved by removing file E:\SportsTracker\Config.dat (configuration file "template" is automatically re-created on next application start - just remember to update your user information, access point etc. from settings menu).
2) Published E61-specific version.

v1.71 (20.03.2008)
1) Added support for localization; Spanish language varian out in addition to English (language variant is selected according to phone UI language). Also our web service,, now supports Spanish.
2) Fixed a time representation problem seen in some cases of gpx export.
3) Implemented a bunch of small tweaks here and there based on user feedback and "wish lists" that we have received. Big thanks to everyone!

Activity Monitor


The Nokia Activity Monitor displays charts and statistics, in real-time, about your movements while walking or running. It counts the number of steps, and determines the distance covered and the energy expenditure. Summaries are stored in a diary so that you can compare your activity level on different days, and over longer periods of time. Your steps are detected by analysing the output from the accelerometer in an S60 smart phone. It is most accurate when you attach the phone to your belt, or upper arm, and it also works well if carry your phone in a pocket of your clothing. It might underestimate the number of steps if you keep the phone in a bag that you hold in your hand (as opposed to over your shoulder), and the most difficult case is when you hold the phone in your hand. Inevitably, false steps are detected sometimes, for example when you are cycling or driving.

The Activity Monitor currently runs on the N95, N95 8GB, and N82. You must have a memory card in your phone for the application to work. Be aware that the Activity Monitor's use of the accelerometer requires a fair amount of battery power. It does not shut down gracefully when the voltage drops, so keep an eye on the battery indicator during the day, and don't forget to stop the Activity Monitor before you go to bed! Your feedback is greatly appreciated, so please use the contact forms on this page to send us your impressions.

Please read and accept the 2-page "End User Software Agreement" before downloading the Activity Monitor application.

* END USER SOFTWARE AGREEMENT (plain text version)

Click the link below to download the Activity Monitor installation package version 0.11 for the Nokia N95, N95 8GB, and N82. The package is self-contained and you do not need to install or copy additional files (the R&D Accelerometer plugin is not necessary). Version 0.11 solves the problems with installation of version 0.09 and the Sports Tracker on the same device.

* Nokia Activity Monitor v.0.11, stand-alone version for the N95, N95 8GB, and N82

User Guide

When you start the application you see four main menu items: Start, Diary, Progress, and Settings. If you are using the Activity Monitor for the first time, go to Settings -> User, and enter your name, age, gender, height, and weight (height and weight are used for estimating distance and energy expenditure). The Start item launches the step counter which then runs until you explicitly select Stop. By scrolling up and down you toggle between displays for the current workout and for the current day.
Screenshot, main menu Screenshot, main screen Screenshot, main screen summary

The Diary item displays statistics for different days. The recorded workouts are indicated by small coloured bars in the Calendar view, and a popup message lists the step count, energy expenditure, and distance for the highlighted date. When you select a particular date, you see a summary screen that presents the same information as the popup message. If you select 'Options' in the summary view, you can use the menu 'Individual workouts' to look at the data recorded in separate sessions rather than the daily total. You can also use 'Individual workouts' to delete data. The up and down cursor keys takes you from the summary view to two graphical displays. One shows the intensity of your activity (based on the step frequency) and the other shows the accumulated number of steps. The left and right cursor keys moves to the previous- and next day, or workout, regardless of which of the three views is currently displayed.
Screenshot, diary Screenshot, diary summary Screenshot, diary intensity Screenshot, diary accumulated steps

The Progress item displays statistics for different weeks. The summary view lists the step count, energy expenditure, and distance for the currently selected week. The up and down cursor keys takes you from the summary view to two graphical displays. One shows the step count for each day of the week and the other shows the step count for the current week as well as the previous three weeks. The left and right cursor keys moves to the previous- and next week regardless of which of the three views is currently displayed.
Screenshot, progress summary Screenshot, progress for 7 days Screenshot, progress for 4 weeks

There are some options, which are not described here, inside the menus so you might want to spend a little time experimenting with the application to find out what else it can do!

N95 RD Accelerometer Plug-in

In a later N95 firmware release you should be able to access the raw accelerometer data by using the official sensor plug-in downloadable from Forum Nokia (Sensor Plug-in for 60 3rd Edition).

As a by-product of Activity Monitor research we have developed accelerometer software plug-in for Nokia N95. It enables receiving raw accelerometer data from the phone's inbuilt tri-axis accelerometer. The plug-in is a C++ software library, which can be used with publicly available S60 platform SDK's. Be aware that the plug-in software is not an official release. It is meant is meant for research and development purposes only. Please read and accept the 2-page "End User Software Agreement" before downloading the plug-in. Installation and usage instructions can be found in package's Readme.txt file.

* END USER SOFTWARE AGREEMENT (plain text version)

Click the link below to download the RD Accelerometer Plug-in package for the Nokia N95.

* N95 RD Accelerometer Plug-in package

In order to showcase the plug-in use, we created a simple example application, MovingBall. The source codes of the example application can be downloaded from the link below. To see the accelerometer plug-in in use, install MovingBall_Example.sisx to your N95 and run MovingBall.

* MovingBall example application
* MovingBall example application source codes

Moving Ball Screenshot

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

NokiaFree Unlock Codes Calculator 3.1

Now you can use your mobile phone with any service provider around the world. Functions: Repair, remove sim restrictions, and unlock Nokia, Samsung, Siemens, Maxon, NEC, Sony, Panasonic, Vitel, AEG/Telital, Alcatel cell phones. How to use: You only need to enter IMEI, to get IMEI number you must press *#06# at your mobile phone keyboard and enter. To unlock Nokia mobile phones you should select the operator company where you bought your cell phone.

Version 3.1 adds 'Model auto-select' feature, 'Nokia Expert' option, and improves Nokia 6620/5140 support.

So you bought a used cell phone, only to find out it doesn't work with your network provider. Tragedy? Not necessarily. NokiaFree Unlock Codes Calculator may be able to bring that recalcitrant mobile around. While this ad-supported utility is primarily targeted at Nokia phones, in theory it lets you unlock other mobile devices as well. It all depends on whether yours appears on the program's sadly outdated lists of network providers and phone models. On the aesthetic side, the interface is full of ugly buttons, and the tray icon is primitive and clumsy. The feature set appears quite rich, though the interface uses several terms that might intimidate novice users. The installation process is very clean, fast, and transparent, and the program itself is quite stable. The annoying ad banner at the bottom of the screen doesn't inhibit the program's functionality. NokiaFree Unlock Codes Calculator is no slam dunk, but with patience and a bit of luck, it'll turn that inert lump of metal and plastic into a ringing, texting, calling machine.

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NokiaFree Unlock Codes Calculator 3.1

Monday, April 21, 2008

FIFA08 for N-Gage free giveaway in Europe

Nokia are giving away FIFA08 for N-Gage-compatible phones absolutely free to a limited number of people in Europe (we don't know the exact figure but it's in the thousands at least). It's on a first-come-first-served basis, so the quicker you act the more likely you are to get the game free. The most reliable way of getting the game free is to install the FIFA08 demo directly on your phone in the N-Gage application, then go to the special N-Gage Play site ( on your computer's browser to get the activation link sent to your ...... READ MORE now

Copyright Electronic Arts

Symbia Getting Started with Symbian C++

Firstly, get the 'Series 60' Symbian C++ SDK from (you will need to register on the site). The download is around 128MB so be warned. I had it downloaded by my friend (cable) and burnt onto CD.

Next thing to do is to install this on your PC, if you wish to use the Visual C++ IDE or the emulator then you should have VC6 installed. (You can compile for 'the phone alone' with the command line without VC6).

This install will also install a Java Runtime environment (1.3 I Think). It will also install ActivePerl for running some compile scripts etc. It will also install a so called 'emulator' for the N7650.

Take a look at the documentation available, especially the segments regarding getting started etc.. If you are new to Object Oriented Programming (or need to brush up) there is a good section on getting your basics right.

--- Edited
The first version of a miniguide to getting started is now available in text form below.

The first revision (1.1) of a miniguide is now available, it has updated sections on compiling for the phone as well as a clarification on using VC6.

1. Added info on emulator.
2. Added clarification on VC6.
3. Added clarification for 'Series 60' SDK. This is the one I am using.

1. Added Miniguide.
2. Added link to 'Problems getting started'.

1. Corrected statement on VC6 requirement.
2. Uploaded revision 1.1. Will keep revision 1 until rev 1.2 or more comes along. :-)
Rev 1.1, adds section on compiling for the phone and sis file creation.

TIP!!: You can run the script 'Series60\Epoc32\Data\' to make the emulator look like 7650 (recommended only for 1028x768 screens though)

Reposted the Miniguide rev 1.1 since it was unavailable after the host change.. (I know it has been a few weeks since, but I was moving to Sydney :-) )

Reposted the Miniguide after complaints that it wasnt available. Sorry for the delay.

For C++ development, first decide which IDE (Integrated Development Environment) you want to use: CodeWarrior, Borland C++ Builder/BuilderX or Microsoft Visual Studio.

You can also develop without an IDE, but then you can only use command line tools and can't use the PC based emulator, but must always compile for the device and debug without asy source code debugging.

If you have a 6600, use SDKs for Series 60 2nd Edition or 2.0. Without any "Feature Packs".

Also, buy a book such as this one to get up to speed faster:,6566,40_2,00.html

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Install a Personal Security Cerificate

How do I install a Personal Security Cerificate in N91 ? What format does N91 Support ? And how do I export the certificate in that format from the PC ?

The N91 supports the DER/CER format.

1) Get a .CER (the certificate) file
2) Using PCSuite, copy that .CER file to your phone in any folder really. Documents will work
3) Using FileManager on your phone, navigate to the file, and you should be able to "open" it, and then it will say do you want to import it

These certificates you talk, are validation codes, to use in e-mail, when comunicate with autorities, or private organizations, like the ones used in Outlook - on a PC? Digital signatures? Is that?

Certificates are for security and yes they are about communicating identity (it's a bit more than that, but I'm not an expert). S60 has a lot of these preinstalled (e.g. the ones used on many SSL websites), but sometimes people need to add thier own. The most common is for email servers.

Tibia ME

Tibia Micro Edition (TibiaME) is the first massive multiplayer online role-playing game for mobile phones. Come together with hundreds of players and experience adventures in a colourful virtual world! Along with your friends you explore the mysterious land of Tibia, fight your way through hordes of evil creatures and solve ancient riddles to find untold treasures. With every monster you defeat you will grow in strength and power. TibiaME is based on the successful online role-playing game Tibia which attracts thousands of players every day. You can get more Information at! Use the Basic client if you have problems running TibiaME on your mobile...

Symbian Nokia Series 60v2 compatible version Symbian


Size: 266.96 Kb

Download to Mobile via WAP: Open with your mobile -> Quick Download -> enter Quick Download Code 12159
Download to PC: Download tibiame_s60_151_free.sis

Cellity FreeSMS

Send text messages from your mobile worldwide free of charge*

cellity – already known for its free mobile twitter client - offers a free text messaging service*: cellity freeSMS, which is available now! Sending and receiving short messages results in no fees through cellity. Your provider will not charge for any costly texts/SMS anymore when you use our freeSMS tool -only the cost of data traffic (via GPRS) if any. And the best part: It works all over the world, with any cellphone contract. No new phone number, no new SIM card, no new contract required!

Messages with only 160 characters? That was yesterday!
When writing a text message with cellity freeSMS you can send up to 2,048 characters! So your short message is no longer awkwardly split after 160 characters into several messages. Simply let your imagination run free while writing a text message.

Keep track of every conversation!

Each text message/SMS is automatically added to the preceeding message of the same receiver. That way you always have a complete list of the communication history with your friends.

Group text messages are also free*!
Do you want to send one message to many different receivers? A fast party invitation? Or a quick holiday greeting? Using cellity freeSMS you can designate as many receivers as you wish – with only one message sent and no extra costs*.

Does your receiver have cellity freeSMS turned off? No problem! If you send a freeSMS, he will immediately receive a unanswerable ping call free of charge! Thus he knows that a new text message/SMS is waiting and can be directly picked up when starting his cellity freeSMS.

TOP TIP: Add the cellity Ping number (00496966102800) to your phone book with the name "cellity freeSMS Ping".

How to get it started:
Download the messenger software from here or visit

After the download your phone will ask you to instal the application, please follow the on-screen instructions. Once the applications is installed you can start it.

Please verify your identity typing in your phone number inlcuding the international prefix (i.e. +44XXXYYYZZZZ)

You will then receive a traditional SMS stating your password. Please read this SMS and remember the 4-digit-PIN-code. Restart the cellity freeSMS application and when asked to do so input the PIN-code. You are all set now.

1. s_midp1_low_getJar.jar Java (J2ME)
Size: 28.26 Kb
Compatible with:
Nokia: 3410, 6100, 6310i
low jarsize limit
Download to Mobile via WAP: Open with your mobile -> Quick Download -> enter Quick Download Code 17692
Download to PC:
JAD file (s_midp1_low_getJar.jad)
JAR file (s_midp1_low_getJar.jar)

2. s_midp1_high_getJar.jar Java (J2ME)
Size: 36.08 Kb
Compatible with:
Alcatel: One Touch 557, One Touch 557a, One Touch 735, One Touch 756, One Touch C550, One Touch C552, One Touch C552a, One Touch C750, One Touch S853
Asus: P525
Audiovox: SMT 5600
BenQ: A520, C30, EF51, P50
BenQ-Siemens: CL71, E61, S81, S88
BlackBerry: 6220, 6230, 6280, 6720, 7100, 7100i, 7130, 7130e, 7210, 7230, 7250, 7280, 7290, 7510, 7520, 7730, 8100, 8130, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8700, 8703e, 8707, 8800, 8820, 8830
CECT: A1000
Cingular: Cingular 2125, Cingular BlackJack
Dopod: Dopod 515, Dopod 557w, Dopod 565, Dopod 575, Dopod 585, Dopod 586w, Dopod 595, Dopod C720W
HP: iPAQ 510 Mobile Messenger
HTC: HTC MTeoR, HTC S310, HTC S620, HTC S650, HTC S710, P3400, P3450
Huawei: U526, U626
i-mate: i-mate Smartphone2, i-mate SP Jas, i-mate SP3, i-mate SP3i, i-mate SP5, i-mate SP5m, i-mate SPL
I-mobile: 510
Lenovo: V800
LG: B2000, B2050, B2070, B2100, B2150, C1100, C1150, C2000, C2500, C2600, C3100, C3300, C3400, CG225, CU400, CU500, F2400, G1600, G1610, G4015, G7100, KE770, KE800, KE820, KE970, KG110, KG195, KG200, KG220, KG225, KG240, KG245, KG290, KG300, KG320, KG800, LG KE500, LG-KE600, LG550, LX550, LX570, M4410, MG100a, MG105, MG220, MX510, P7200, S5200, T5100, TU500, U8210, U8290, U8330, U8500, VX9400, VX9900
LG Electronics: LG-B2060
Mitac: Mio 8390, Mio 8860, Mio 8870
Motorola: A1200, A760, A768, A780, A835, C155, C168, C257, C261, C290, C350, C350M, C380, C385, C390, C450, C550, C650, C975, E1000, E1070, E365, E380, E398, E398B, E398i, E550, E680, E680i, E770, E770-Vodafone, E790, E815, i830, i850, i930, K1, KZRK K1, L2, L6, L6i, L7-Vodafone, L71, Motorola Q, Motorola Q Plus, MPX220, PEBL U6, Razr V3, RAZR V3a, RAZR V3m, Razr V3x, RAZR V3xx, RAZR V3xxv, RAZR V6, RAZR2 V8, RAZR2 V9, RAZR2 V9m, ROKR E1, ROKR E2, ROKR E6, SLVR L7, SLVR L7e, SLVR L7i, SLVR L9, T720, V1050, V1075, V171, V177, V180, V186, V188, V190, V191, V195, V197, V220, V235, V300, V303, V360, V360-Vodafone, V365, V3c, V3i, V3m, V3r, V3t, V3v, V3x-Vodafone, V400, V500, V505, V525, V525M, V535, V545, V547, V550, V551, V555, V557, V600, V600i, V620, V635, V690, V80, V975, V980, V980M, W220, W315, W375, W490, W510, Z3
NEC: N600
Nokia: 2355, 2610, 2626, 2630, 2650, 2760, 2855i, 2865, 2865i, 3100, 3105, 3110c, 3120, 3125, 3152, 3155, 3155i, 3200, 3220, 3230, 3250, 3300, 3410, 3500, 3510, 3510i, 3530, 3586i, 3587, 3595, 3600, 3620, 3650, 3660, 5070, 5100, 5140, 5140i, 5200, 5300, 5310 XpressMusic, 5500, 6010, 6015, 6020, 6021, 6030, 6060, 6060v, 6061, 6070, 6080, 6085, 6086, 6100, 6101, 6102, 6102i, 6103, 6108, 6111, 6125, 6126, 6131, 6133, 6151, 6155, 6165, 6165i, 6170, 6200, 6220, 6225, 6230, 6230i, 6233, 6234, 6235, 6235i, 6255, 6255i, 6260, 6265, 6265i, 6267, 6270, 6275i, 6280, 6288, 6300, 6310i, 6500c, 6500s, 6555, 6585, 6600, 6610, 6610i, 6620, 6630, 6650, 6651, 6670, 6680, 6681, 6682, 6708, 6800, 6810, 6820, 6822, 7200, 7210, 7250, 7250i, 7260, 7270, 7360, 7370, 7373, 7390, 7500, 7600, 7610, 7650, 7710, 8600 Luna, 8800, 8800 Sirocco, 8910i, 9210, 9290, 9300, 9500, E50, E60, E61, E61i, E62, E65, E70, E90, N-Gage, N-Gage QD, N70, N70-1, N71, N72, N73, N75, N77, N80-1, N90, N91, N92, N93, N93i, N95
O2: Ice
Orange: SPV, SPV C100, SPV C500, SPV C550, SPV C600, SPV C700, SPV e100, SPV E200
Panasonic: A210, SC3, VS2, VS3, VS6, X200P, X400, X400P, X500, X70
Pantech: PG-1400, PG-1410, PG-C300
Philips: 568, 588, 755, 756, 766, 768, 960, S890, S900
Qtek: 8100, 8500
QTEK: QTEK 7070, QTEK 8010, QTEK 8020, QTEK 8080, QTEK 8100, QTEK 8300, QTEK 8310, QTEK 8600
RoverPC: M1
Sagem: MY 302X, MY 301X, MY 400V, MY 400X, MY 401C, MY 401X, MY 401Z, MY 501C, MY 501X, MY 600v, MY 600x, MY 700X, MY C4-2, MY C5-2, MY C5-2 Vodafone, MY V-55, MY V-56, MY V-65, MY V-75, MY W-7, MY X-4, MY X-5-2T, MY X-6, MY X-7, MY X-8, MY X5-2, MY X5-2M, MY X6-2, MY Z-5, my411X, myX5-2v, Sagem myS-7
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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Questions swirl around Mac clone maker Psystar

The Psystar Open Computer, the source of a huge Internet kerfuffle this week.

The more we learn about Mac clone maker Psystar, the more questions arise.

For those of you who missed it, the interest of the Mac world this week swung from 3G iPhone rumor-mongering to South Florida, where a company called Psystar has put up a Web site selling a product called an Open Computer. The product is essentially a white-box Mac with Mac OS X Leopard preinstalled, and a violation of Apple's licensing agreement for Mac OS X.

The Guardian did a little digging Tuesday into some of the basics around Psystar, such as its exact location and ownership. The company's main business appears to be IT consulting for small and medium-size businesses, such as setting up networks and telecom equipment and providing technical support.

The domain name was registered in 2000, according to a Whois search, but the site does not appear to have been active before this past weekend, when news of its existence flooded the Internet. The domain is registered to Rodolfo Pedraza of Miami, who is probably the Rudy Pedraza who spoke to Ars Technica about his company on Tuesday.

According to Florida business records (PDF), Psystar was registered as a company on July 6, 2007, at 10645 SW 112th Street in Miami, a residential neighborhood in the Olympia Heights (2:05pm - Sorry, wrong neighborhood) area south of the city center. That was the address listed on Psystar's contact page on Monday, but at some point on Tuesday, Psystar changed its official address to 10481 NW 28th Street, a commercial district near Miami International Airport.

Several Gizmodo readers went to both addresses on Wednesday, and found no trace of any company named Psystar. A CNET reader wrote in Tuesday night pointing out that a screen-printing company called lists their address as 10481 NW 28th Street.

A spokesman for denied any knowledge of Psystar to Computerworld on Wednesday, and said no company by that name was located at their address. UPDATED 1:30 p.m. PDT--Gizmodo notes that Psystar's address has changed again, this time to 10471 NW 28th Street. Maybe the 10481 address was just a typo, but it's not clear. UPDATED 4:25 pm--Believe it or not, they changed it again. Psystar is now located at 10475 NW 28th Street. This is really weird.

I tried to call Psystar executives Wednesday morning and was directed to submit any questions to an e-mail address at Psystar. The company doesn't appear to have been prepared for the onslaught of attention following the discovery of the Open Computer on its Web site, as its online store was briefly down Wednesday morning. It's now back up and taking orders.

Perhaps foolishly, once the Web store came back online I placed an order for an Open Computer with Leopard preinstalled. I got the basic model for $554.99, although they kill you on shipping with a $93.41 shipping and handling fee for UPS Three-Day Select.

A gentleman who answered the "sales" extension at Psystar's toll-free number told me there is a 7- to 8-day build time right now for the Open Computer. When I asked him what accounted for the delay, he said the company had received many orders in the past few days. He also said he had only started at the company a few days ago.

In other Psystar news, the developer who created the firmware emulator that allows the Open Computer to bypass Apple's restrictions on Mac OS X is peeved that the company is using his technology without his permission.

Netkas, who created the EFI v8 emulator, says he released the software under a strict noncommercial license. For a while, Psystar had not even acknowledged his contribution, but the company has added an "open source" section to its site noting his authorship of the EFI v8 emulator and saying, "Psystar will promote Open Source projects in every way possible."

Am I the only one who finds it hilarious that the author of software that is designed to violate a company's licensing agreement is annoyed that another company is using that software in violation of his own licensing agreement?

Anyway, that's the latest with Psystar. I'll update this post later if I get a response to my e-mailed questions, or if anything else surfaces.

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