Nokia Support Discussions has been axed, its been a home for me for 8 years and its now gone, there is several people who know the site so well who are still there and some have gone, friends and foe have also been made over its duration such it would the the typical nature with forums, and things have changed much over the few months and we have been part of the changeover process its now called the Microsoft Mobile Community so the relevant topics have been merged into a new home.The transition began last year here
It is a community where people come to look for help with products issues or general info/help on Microsoft related problems, there is a new look which is quite different to its previous home… its old home looked like this on the homepage listing the sections available to users and visitors alike.Yes alongside blogging we like to help out others and this forum is not the only place either..
If you log onto the old site you will be redirected to the new one and here is how to go about it.
The community helps answer your Microsoft product and service questions with responses from other knowledgeable community members.Along the way you’ll meet recognized experts in consumer software – people who use our products every day, and other new users from virtually every walk of life. Microsoft developed this community to give you the power to make Microsoft Community your own and the opportunity to see that using Microsoft products can be fun and easy.
Participating is easy and free.
When you’re ready to ask your own question, reply to someone else’s, or start a discussion, you’ll need to sign-in to Microsoft Community.Creating an account on Microsoft Community is free, easy, and a great way to join a community of people who use the same products and services that you do.
Have a tough question? Make sure your post is specific, clear, and complete.Include any error messages, system information, and recent software or hardware changes when you post.