So you've got a new shiny Symbian Series 60 phone and don't know what you can to do with it?
These are the resources that I point people to:
- Series 60 Freeware
- Using your 3650 as a Mobile Office
- What's on Russ's 7650
- What's on Russ's 6600
- Symbian Wiki
- All About Symbian
- Using your 3650 as a GPRS modem
- Sharing your PC's internet connection with Bluetooth - Simple approach for 7650/3650/N-Gage etc.
- Sharing your PC's internet connection with Bluetooth - Less trivial approach for other phones too
The majority of the applications will work on any Series 60 device, so a tip for the 7650 will generally also apply to the 3650, N-Gage, SX1, 6600 etc.
For GPRS settings, it's generally *far* simpler to use the automated services provided by the phone manufacturer's sites, Nokia's for instance will SMS you the correct settings for your phone and network, which is far less error prone than entering them by hand. See also Nokia USA Configurator.
The "must have" apps are listed in the above articles, I'd also suggest getting a Bluetooth dongle for your PC, Jon's Bluetooth guide is certainly the most comprehensive article on setting up this device that I've seen and used.
From my S60 Getting Started Wiki page - if it's missing something, add it!