I took some photos with my Nokia and they stayed with the
.nrw extension. How can I open this format?
Perhaps try uploading the
.nrw photo to the free Online Convert website (not affiliated with it in any way, shape or form):
Whenever a nokia Symbian S40 series phone clicks a picture, it is initially store in an nrw file (which is like a RAW image format for these phones). Ideally, the phone's image converter runs in the background to convert these images to JPG. Your best bet would be to turn your phone off and on, so that it gets converted the next time you switch it on.
Download this codec, which should fix it for you:
NRW Codec is a module that makes Nikon RAW (.NRW) image files as easy to work with as JPEG and TIFF images.
I have Asha 306 with this problem if I turn off the phone BEFORE camera software elaborate .nrw file (the original format used by S40 system) in .jpg file.
.nrw file is NOKIARAW file and there isn't software able to elaborate it.
I found how resolve this issue.
We have to COPY the .nrw file in another folder on the phone's memory card using "FILE" app (Eg on memory card's root folder). In few seconds S40 software elaborates files in .jpg format.
Now we can Copy the .jpg file in its original position