Gary Pigott wrote:
> There are free and paid for versions of Joikuspot. The free version
> does HTTP/HTTPS only, so you're going to have to shell out for the
> paid verison to use SSH. Personally, I have an e61 with the S60 build
> of PuTTY installed on it. Even simpler again.
I found a folding BT keyboard on ebay and eventually found Symbian
driver for it.
Works well with symbian Putty direct on phone, but you might need
reading glasses as the text is VERY small on an E65 anynow.
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