What are the bugs in N95 8G new firmware V15?Let'...

what are the bugs in N95 8G new firmware V15?

The most important problem in new firmware is in gallery part.After installing new firmware I copy my images in image folder in 8gb hdd.after that every time I go to gallery after 2 or 3 seconds it automatically comes out and I cannot use gallery to view my images .Accroding to some reports I reinstall firmware again but problem still exist.What can I do.

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