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Revised Method To Install Cambridge Talking Dictionary In Nokia 5800

If you have downloaded the free Cambridge Talking Dictionary from Nokia HK and puzzle about how to install this 80MB+ S60 application (SIS and data files), take a look at its installation guide in Readme.doc document.

I referred to this bundled MS Word document during the first installation too. Although it works for me but it seems not working for some people who then left comments on my earlier post here that based on the original guide.

Now, I would like to introduce you an alternative way, and perhaps an easier way, to install this bulky S60 dictionary on the touch touch baby.

As usual, I tested and proved that this revised guide works in my Nokia 5800 running device software version v21.0.025.

In fact, I came to know about this alternative installation after formatting Nokia 5800 (too nervous after found out that the new v21 firmware changes the touch keypad I used to enter alphabet-based security/lock code).

OK, stop telling you more nonsense and here is my revised installation guide to install Cambridge Talking Dictionary downloaded from Nokia HK:

1) Extract the TalkingDict.zip file in your computer. The extracted zip file contains 4 folders, 1 Word Document, and 1 SIS installation file.

2) Connect Nokia 5800 to computer and open File Manager program of Nokia PC Suite to copy only the “Data” folder and TalkingDictionary_S60_SA_signed.sis from computer to the root of microSD memory card.

If there is already a “Data” folder in the memory card, you may play safe by only copying “TalkingDictionary” folder from “Data” folder in computer to the existing “Data” folder in memory card.

3) Disconnect the phone from computer. Open the Nokia 5800 inbuilt File Manager program to browse the microSD memory card and click/tap the TalkingDictionary_S60_SA_signed.sis to begin installation.

Once the SIS installation completes, the Cambridge Talking Dictionary should be ready to use. If it fails again with other error, then I am curious to know why it doesn’t work on your phone :-(.

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  1. Jewel 13-06-09@02:57

    Another great feature that can be installed in Nokia phones. Maybe this is the reason why Nokia is one of the bestselling brands nowadays. Thanks for your update. I will continue on following your every post. Keep on sharing your great ideas.

  2. Rohit Modi 20-06-09@01:31

    I’ve simply copied all the 4 +2 files in my memory card in some folder called “other”. even succesfully installed the file,but when i’m clicking the shortcut its telling dictionary not found please install a dictionary package .what to do plz help me.

  3. Walker 21-06-09@14:59

    Please follow the steps in the posts.

  4. Anuj 14-07-09@06:19

    Hey I copied the folder & stuff that you said happens ie. an icon comes in the applications, but the same problem occurs with me also. It says – “Dictionary not found. You should instal the dictionary package.”
    Wht shall i do? please help me with the same..

  5. Noman 03-02-10@06:59

    Hi
    First of all thanks for ur guide line I followed the method n it was really simple n it worked, again thanks for ur help.

  6. Alex 16-05-10@05:42

    Thank you! best tip ever, simple, precise and great tip…worked well

  7. roland 02-07-10@00:13

    works for me too. you just don’t know how important this app’s for me and I really thank you for sharing this. keep it up….

  8. Safan 15-05-12@23:18

    Hey I copied the folder & stuff that you said happens ie. an icon comes in the applications, but the same problem occurs with me also. It says – “Dictionary not found. You should instal the dictionary package.”
    Wht shall i do? please help me with the same..

  9. JMAHESH 25-08-12@20:31

    Hey I copied the folder & stuff that you said happens ie. an icon comes in the applications, but the same problem occurs with me also. It says – “Dictionary not found. You should instal the dictionary package.”
    Wht shall i do? please help me with the same..

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