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Boldbeast Nokia Call Recorder Demo Edition is full featured for free for 7 days. 7 days later it's limited to record only 30 seconds everytime. To remove this limit you need to purchase a Register Code to register the software.

The software will be changed automatically from Demo Edition to Basic/Advanced Edition after inputting a corresponding Register Code on your phone. To purchase a Register Code, you are required to provide the IMEI of your phone. Each Register Code is unique and can be used only on the phone with the corresponding IMEI.

The Register Code can be used forever. Even if you format your disk, hard reset your phone, upgrade the firmware of your phone, update Boldbeast Recorder to future versions, the Register Code can still be used.

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The Nokia 5230 (also known as the Nokia 5230 Nuron ) is a smartphone manufactured by Nokia , running Symbian OS v9.4, S60 5th Edition. It was released in November 2009 after being announced in August of the same year. [1]

It features a 3.2 inch resistive touchscreen , 3G internet support and support for microSD memory cards. It also supports A-GPS, Bluetooth, FM radio and full HTML internet browsing. However, it lacks support for Wi-Fi due to its status as an entry-level smartphone. It was released after with the Nokia 5530 and Nokia 5800 XpressMusic , which featured Wi-Fi support (but not 3G) and both 3G and Wi-Fi, respectively.

During its lifespan, the 5230 sold around 150 million units, making it one of the best selling phones to date. [2] It has had particular success in developing countries.