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  1. #1
    Stephen Gray
    Guest
    Hello.

    I'm trying to download photos and sync with my T610. It's connected to an
    XP machine and I have loaded the drivers and enabled the port (COM4). When
    I load the sync program or picture download program, they do not see the
    phone. Do I need to do something at the phone end first ?

    Regards

    SPG





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  2. #2
    Edward S
    Guest

    Re: USB cable.

    "Stephen Gray" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Hello.
    >
    > I'm trying to download photos and sync with my T610. It's connected to an
    > XP machine and I have loaded the drivers and enabled the port (COM4). When
    > I load the sync program or picture download program, they do not see the
    > phone. Do I need to do something at the phone end first ?
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > SPG


    Verify that the cable connection is working by going into
    HyperTerminal, select COM4 for the connection, and type in these
    commands to see if it responds:
    ATZ (probably nothing seems to happen here)
    ATI1
    ATI2
    ATI3

    If nothing happens, you may want to adjust the COM port's speed, under
    config. 9600 is a good number.



  3. #3
    Stephen Gray
    Guest

    Re: USB cable.

    Hello.

    Re-installed all the software and OK. But how do I now download images from
    my phone to my PC ? And can I download JAVA stuff to my phone using this
    cable ?

    SPG

    "Edward S" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Stephen Gray" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > Hello.
    > >
    > > I'm trying to download photos and sync with my T610. It's connected to

    an
    > > XP machine and I have loaded the drivers and enabled the port (COM4).

    When
    > > I load the sync program or picture download program, they do not see the
    > > phone. Do I need to do something at the phone end first ?
    > >
    > > Regards
    > >
    > > SPG

    >
    > Verify that the cable connection is working by going into
    > HyperTerminal, select COM4 for the connection, and type in these
    > commands to see if it responds:
    > ATZ (probably nothing seems to happen here)
    > ATI1
    > ATI2
    > ATI3
    >
    > If nothing happens, you may want to adjust the COM port's speed, under
    > config. 9600 is a good number.






  4. #4
    Konstantin
    Guest

    Re: USB cable.

    Why are you still using such unhandy thing as Hyper Terminal? Recently
    I've found an interesting program - Flash Terminal. It is really Hyper
    Terminal killer. With Flash Terminal you can chat and exchange files
    via modem (including v.90, ISDN, ADSL, GPRS) and null-modem
    simultaneously without Internet! You can exchange up to 255 files at
    once with unlimited transfer resuming after connection break. Program
    includes large amount of nice avatars.
    Direct link for downloading:
    http://www.qwertystudios.com/FlashTerminalsetup.zip
    Developers site:
    http://www.qwertystudios.com
    More info:
    http://www.qwertystudios.com/products



  5. #5
    Ben Measures
    Guest

    Re: USB cable.

    Konstantin wrote:
    > Why are you still using such unhandy thing as Hyper Terminal? Recently
    > I've found an interesting program - Flash Terminal. It is really Hyper
    > Terminal killer. With Flash Terminal you can chat and exchange files
    > via modem (including v.90, ISDN, ADSL, GPRS) and null-modem
    > simultaneously without Internet! You can exchange up to 255 files at
    > once with unlimited transfer resuming after connection break. Program
    > includes large amount of nice avatars.
    > Direct link for downloading:
    > http://www.qwertystudios.com/FlashTerminalsetup.zip
    > Developers site:
    > http://www.qwertystudios.com
    > More info:
    > http://www.qwertystudios.com/products


    Hyper-terminal is fine for checking your T610 (virtual) modem. 'nuff said.

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  6. #6
    Stephen Gray
    Guest

    Re: USB cable.

    Thanks for all the answers. All sorted now thanks to floAt and Sendfile.

    SPG

    "Stephen Gray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hello.
    >
    > I'm trying to download photos and sync with my T610. It's connected to an
    > XP machine and I have loaded the drivers and enabled the port (COM4).

    When
    > I load the sync program or picture download program, they do not see the
    > phone. Do I need to do something at the phone end first ?
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > SPG
    >
    >






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