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- Qatada -
11-12-2011, 02:07 PM
Asalaamu alaykum waRahmatullah waBarakaatuh


NEW Adobe Reader LE 2.5 - NOKIA Full Version!


Many of you guys have Nokia mobile phones and have heard of the famous Adobe Reader LE 2.5.


For those who haven't, why is it so good?

Adobe Reader 1.5 was the Free version on older nokia smartphones, and you could view PDF (Adobe Reader) files, having many limitations like 150pages maximum viewing only, and 8mb size files max etc. And worst of all, you had to continue shifting right and left to read every line fully. This small text and constant shifting nearly made you blind!




So how's Adobe Reader LE 2.5 better
?

You can;

1 - view files which are almost unlimited in size! (I have downloaded a scanned [image based] book on Seerah over 40mb in size, and it opens smoothly and quickly).

2 - view books with over 2000pages and probably even more. (the book on Seerah was over 2000pages long).

3 - Best of all - Word Wrap! This tool is awesome, unique and brand new technology. You can push all the text into one compact size, so you don't have to shift left or right (the entire line is reformatted on your screen for your viewing ease.) You can simply 'wrap text' and zoom in and see the entire text at as maximum font as you want too.



Adobe Reader LE 2.5 usually costs about £10 ($20), unlike 1.5 version which was free.



But how can you get it for free?



1 - Download and install the Trial version onto your Nokia Smartphone.


Download Links:

[Adobe Reader LE 2.5 Trial] http://www.brothersoft.com/mobile/ad...-le-53905.html
[X-Plore 1.42] http://www.lonelycatgames.com/?app=x...atform=symbian


If you have an older phone (i.e. Nokia E63, or Nokia N95 etc. - then download the Symbian Version 3 Installation)

If you have a newer smartphone i.e. Nokia N97 - then download the Version 5 installation.)

If you don't know what Symbian version your Nokia smartphone is, do a search for your phone model and its Symbian version on google.




2 - Once downloaded, install the file. You will either have a 7 Day Trial, or a 14 Day Trial.

Now I have looked for many different ways to get the full version, and they are extremely complicated. Ranging from Hacking your Phone, to applying for a Nokia Administrator Signature Certificate.

This method that I will tell you is the easiest alhamdulillah :)




3 - Download and Install a programme called: X-Plore (a program which lets you search and explore through the files on your phone.)

3b - After installing, run the programme X-Plore;


Go to: Menu - Tools - Configuration - (then tick the boxes 'Show Hidden files', 'Show System Files & Folders.')
- then press Back.




4 - Click on: C: - System - DATA - (now go down until you see a file called: ARNLS0142592sys or a file called OEM0142592sys)

Delete that file (if they are both there, then delete both.)

[NOTE: If you can't delete the file (it's probable that Adobe Reader is running in the background), so restart your phone and try again - they will delete inshaa' Allah.]


Now you will have restarted your 7 or 14 day trial for Adobe Reader LE 2.5. Even if you had a expired version, it will restart your full trial all over again.





EASIEST METHOD:
If you the above method is too complicated, then simply install the trial file (given above) and use it, and when your days are going to expire - then change your phone's date back to the day you installed it.

But if your trial version has totally expired, you will have to use the method mentioned at the beginning.




Here are 2 direct download links which contain: Adobe Reader LE 2.5 (for Symbian 3), and X-Plore [5MB, ZIP];

http://ia600201.us.archive.org/18/it...LE2_5nokia.zip
http://ia700800.us.archive.org/3/ite...ankyou/adb.zip


Alternative Download Links:

[Adobe Reader LE 2.5 Trial] http://www.brothersoft.com/mobile/ad...-le-53905.html
[X-Plore 1.42] http://www.lonelycatgames.com/?app=x...atform=symbian


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Salahudeen
11-13-2011, 01:39 PM
Nokia are in decline, I remember the days when everyone had a Nokia lol, but it's Black Berries now and I phones that are the thing ;D
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