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  1. #1
    Kevin I Chapple
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    Have you got a Nokia 6600 and/or Nokia 6230 and a Palm device, that you wish
    to connect (telephony, data wise)?? (bluetooth is NOT an issue).
    Then you may need a driver for your phone, so that it can communicate with
    your Palm device??
    Tough.. There isn't one!!
    I am aware that others have had a similar response, but the more that
    communicate with Palm, then MAYBE we stand a chance??
    Mailed Palm the other day, and this was their response.

    Dear ....
    Thank you for contacting palmOne Technical Support. Your case number is
    ........

    We would like to inform you that a phone driver for mobile phone models
    Nokia 6600 and Nokia 6230 have not been developed yet by palmOne due to the
    low number of requests received. Your query has been transmitted to our
    developers for their information.

    If you wish to manually set up a GSM/GPRS connection please refer to the
    following articles on our knowledge library. Please use relevant article for
    you.

    PalmT OS 3.3 - 3.5 handheld
    Solution ID: 7802, How to configure a GSM Internet connection over Infrared

    PalmT OS 4.x handheld

    Solution ID: 7803, How to configure a GSM Internet connection over Infrared

    Solution ID: 7805, How to configure a GSM Internet connection over
    BluetoothT

    PalmT OS 5.x handheld

    Solution ID: 7807, How to configure a GSM Internet connection over Infrared

    Solution ID: 7806, How to configure a GSM Internet connection over
    BluetoothT

    If you wish to manually set up a GPRS connection for your mobile phone
    driver please refer to the following articles on our knowledge library.

    PalmT OS 3.3 - 3.5.3 handheld

    Solution ID: 7799, How to configure a GPRS network connection over Infrared

    PalmT OS 4.x handheld
    Solution ID: 7800, How to configure a GPRS network connection over Infrared

    Solution ID: 7808, How to configure a GPRS Internet connection over
    BluetoothT

    Palm.. Wakey Wakey!!
    > >

    >






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  2. #2
    Christopher Pollard
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    On Wed, 22 Sep 2004 22:10:35 +0100, "Kevin I Chapple"

    >We would like to inform you that a phone driver for mobile phone models
    >Nokia 6600 and Nokia 6230 have not been developed yet by palmOne due to the
    >low number of requests received.


    So, how about flooding them with requests?

    --
    Chris Pollard


    CG Internet café, Tagum City, Philippines
    http://www.cginternet.net



  3. #3
    Todd Allcock
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Have you got a Nokia 6600 and/or Nokia 6230 and a Palm device, that you wish
    > to connect (telephony, data wise)?? (bluetooth is NOT an issue).
    > Then you may need a driver for your phone, so that it can communicate with
    > your Palm device??


    Why do you need a driver- can't you simply set up a generic infrared
    modem connection? I'm not a Palm guy- I'm writing this on a Pocket
    PC, but with PPCs you just set up a dial-up connection using the
    Generic IR Modem settings and off you go.

    Besides, wouldn't a driver be the responsibility of the phone
    manufacturer? If I buy a peripheral that connects to my home PC, it
    comes with the drivers (if needed)- I don't ask my PC manufacturer for
    them.

    > Mailed Palm the other day, and this was their response.
    >
    > We would like to inform you that a phone driver for mobile phone models
    > Nokia 6600 and Nokia 6230 ...
    >
    > If you wish to manually set up a GSM/GPRS connection please refer to the
    > following articles on our knowledge library...


    Well, did any of them work?

    If you can manually setup the connection without any trouble, then no
    special drivers should be necessary.

    > Palm.. Wakey Wakey!!


    As a Palm stockholder, let me tell you they need to do a lot of "wakey
    wakey" on more important matters before worrying about a few lousy
    phone drivers! ;-)



  4. #4
    Kevin I Chapple
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    Tried setting manually, and no they didn't work.

    PPC's (as I am sure you are aware) DO indeed work differently.

    "....on more important matters rather than worrying about a few lousy
    drivers".

    May I suggest you read some of the posts, Tony. I am NOT alone in this
    frustration. Yes I am sure Palm have other "pressing developements" to be
    getting on with, but this "small, insignificant" issue is all part of the
    big picture, don't you think?

    Thanks for the feedback anyhow.. !!




    "Todd Allcock" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > Have you got a Nokia 6600 and/or Nokia 6230 and a Palm device, that you

    wish
    > > to connect (telephony, data wise)?? (bluetooth is NOT an issue).
    > > Then you may need a driver for your phone, so that it can communicate

    with
    > > your Palm device??

    >
    > Why do you need a driver- can't you simply set up a generic infrared
    > modem connection? I'm not a Palm guy- I'm writing this on a Pocket
    > PC, but with PPCs you just set up a dial-up connection using the
    > Generic IR Modem settings and off you go.
    >
    > Besides, wouldn't a driver be the responsibility of the phone
    > manufacturer? If I buy a peripheral that connects to my home PC, it
    > comes with the drivers (if needed)- I don't ask my PC manufacturer for
    > them.
    >
    > > Mailed Palm the other day, and this was their response.
    > >
    > > We would like to inform you that a phone driver for mobile phone models
    > > Nokia 6600 and Nokia 6230 ...
    > >
    > > If you wish to manually set up a GSM/GPRS connection please refer to the
    > > following articles on our knowledge library...

    >
    > Well, did any of them work?
    >
    > If you can manually setup the connection without any trouble, then no
    > special drivers should be necessary.
    >
    > > Palm.. Wakey Wakey!!

    >
    > As a Palm stockholder, let me tell you they need to do a lot of "wakey
    > wakey" on more important matters before worrying about a few lousy
    > phone drivers! ;-)






  5. #5
    Kevin I Chapple
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    Should have course read "Todd" and not "Tony", in my posted reply below.

    (Would have thought I'd have more important matters before worrying....) !!



    Would have thought I'd have
    "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Tried setting manually, and no they didn't work.
    >
    > PPC's (as I am sure you are aware) DO indeed work differently.
    >
    > "....on more important matters rather than worrying about a few lousy
    > drivers".
    >
    > May I suggest you read some of the posts, Tony. I am NOT alone in this
    > frustration. Yes I am sure Palm have other "pressing developements" to be
    > getting on with, but this "small, insignificant" issue is all part of the
    > big picture, don't you think?
    >
    > Thanks for the feedback anyhow.. !!
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Todd Allcock" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    > news:<[email protected]>...
    > > > Have you got a Nokia 6600 and/or Nokia 6230 and a Palm device, that

    you
    > wish
    > > > to connect (telephony, data wise)?? (bluetooth is NOT an issue).
    > > > Then you may need a driver for your phone, so that it can communicate

    > with
    > > > your Palm device??

    > >
    > > Why do you need a driver- can't you simply set up a generic infrared
    > > modem connection? I'm not a Palm guy- I'm writing this on a Pocket
    > > PC, but with PPCs you just set up a dial-up connection using the
    > > Generic IR Modem settings and off you go.
    > >
    > > Besides, wouldn't a driver be the responsibility of the phone
    > > manufacturer? If I buy a peripheral that connects to my home PC, it
    > > comes with the drivers (if needed)- I don't ask my PC manufacturer for
    > > them.
    > >
    > > > Mailed Palm the other day, and this was their response.
    > > >
    > > > We would like to inform you that a phone driver for mobile phone

    models
    > > > Nokia 6600 and Nokia 6230 ...
    > > >
    > > > If you wish to manually set up a GSM/GPRS connection please refer to

    the
    > > > following articles on our knowledge library...

    > >
    > > Well, did any of them work?
    > >
    > > If you can manually setup the connection without any trouble, then no
    > > special drivers should be necessary.
    > >
    > > > Palm.. Wakey Wakey!!

    > >
    > > As a Palm stockholder, let me tell you they need to do a lot of "wakey
    > > wakey" on more important matters before worrying about a few lousy
    > > phone drivers! ;-)

    >
    >






  6. #6
    Todd Allcock
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Tried setting manually, and no they didn't work.


    But other Nokia IR phones do? Not to be a wiseguy, but are you sure
    your settings are correct- i.e. do they work with other Nokia models?


    > PPC's (as I am sure you are aware) DO indeed work differently.


    True, but generally they are as ornery (if not more so!) than Palms.

    > "....on more important matters rather than worrying about a few lousy
    > drivers".
    >
    > May I suggest you read some of the posts, Tony. I am NOT alone in this
    > frustration.


    I don't doubt it, but myriads of other Nokias communicate effortlessly
    with Palm devices. If Nokia has done something different with these
    models, I don't think that's PalmOne's fault.

    > Yes I am sure Palm have other "pressing developements" to be
    > getting on with, but this "small, insignificant" issue is all part of the
    > big picture, don't you think?



    Maybe it's part of a secret plot to make you all frustrated enough to
    buy Treo 6xx's... ;-)

    > Thanks for the feedback anyhow.. !!


    A few years ago I had a Nokia 7160 that simply wouldn't connect to the
    newer (at that time) Pocket PCs (but connected to older Pocket PCs
    just fine!)

    After screwing around with different settings and registry settings
    for weeks and spending countless hours on the phone with both Nokia
    and Microsoft, I threw in the towel and changed phones.

    That Nokia 7160 was also stubborn about conecting to Palms as well.
    Somebody wrote a script for Palms to connect to that phone (I remember
    it because I tried using the concept on my PPC to no avail)- maybe a
    Google search might turn it up and it may be adaptable to your current
    problem.

    Good luck!



  7. #7
    Kevin I Chapple
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    Sure do Tony....

    Works fine with my (shelved) 3650, and also with the 6310i (a hardy
    workhorse :-))

    PalmOne claim there is not enough "interest", but they "may" release the
    driver soon.

    I HAVE tried with other phone settings, but no joy.

    (s'pose I could of course keep my 6310i to hand, purely for Palm
    connectivity use, but "Nahhhh. I don't wanna do that!".

    Thanks anyhow for your "constructive" feedback this time :-))

    Cheers


    "Todd Allcock" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > Tried setting manually, and no they didn't work.

    >
    > But other Nokia IR phones do? Not to be a wiseguy, but are you sure
    > your settings are correct- i.e. do they work with other Nokia models?
    >
    >
    > > PPC's (as I am sure you are aware) DO indeed work differently.

    >
    > True, but generally they are as ornery (if not more so!) than Palms.
    >
    > > "....on more important matters rather than worrying about a few lousy
    > > drivers".
    > >
    > > May I suggest you read some of the posts, Tony. I am NOT alone in this
    > > frustration.

    >
    > I don't doubt it, but myriads of other Nokias communicate effortlessly
    > with Palm devices. If Nokia has done something different with these
    > models, I don't think that's PalmOne's fault.
    >
    > > Yes I am sure Palm have other "pressing developements" to be
    > > getting on with, but this "small, insignificant" issue is all part of

    the
    > > big picture, don't you think?

    >
    >
    > Maybe it's part of a secret plot to make you all frustrated enough to
    > buy Treo 6xx's... ;-)
    >
    > > Thanks for the feedback anyhow.. !!

    >
    > A few years ago I had a Nokia 7160 that simply wouldn't connect to the
    > newer (at that time) Pocket PCs (but connected to older Pocket PCs
    > just fine!)
    >
    > After screwing around with different settings and registry settings
    > for weeks and spending countless hours on the phone with both Nokia
    > and Microsoft, I threw in the towel and changed phones.
    >
    > That Nokia 7160 was also stubborn about conecting to Palms as well.
    > Somebody wrote a script for Palms to connect to that phone (I remember
    > it because I tried using the concept on my PPC to no avail)- maybe a
    > Google search might turn it up and it may be adaptable to your current
    > problem.
    >
    > Good luck!






  8. #8
    Kevin I Chapple
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    Sod it. Done it again!

    Sure do TODD.... NOT Tony!!

    Sorry about that (again)


    "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Sure do Tony....
    >
    > Works fine with my (shelved) 3650, and also with the 6310i (a hardy
    > workhorse :-))
    >
    > PalmOne claim there is not enough "interest", but they "may" release the
    > driver soon.
    >
    > I HAVE tried with other phone settings, but no joy.
    >
    > (s'pose I could of course keep my 6310i to hand, purely for Palm
    > connectivity use, but "Nahhhh. I don't wanna do that!".
    >
    > Thanks anyhow for your "constructive" feedback this time :-))
    >
    > Cheers
    >
    >
    > "Todd Allcock" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    > news:<[email protected]>...
    > > > Tried setting manually, and no they didn't work.

    > >
    > > But other Nokia IR phones do? Not to be a wiseguy, but are you sure
    > > your settings are correct- i.e. do they work with other Nokia models?
    > >
    > >
    > > > PPC's (as I am sure you are aware) DO indeed work differently.

    > >
    > > True, but generally they are as ornery (if not more so!) than Palms.
    > >
    > > > "....on more important matters rather than worrying about a few lousy
    > > > drivers".
    > > >
    > > > May I suggest you read some of the posts, Tony. I am NOT alone in this
    > > > frustration.

    > >
    > > I don't doubt it, but myriads of other Nokias communicate effortlessly
    > > with Palm devices. If Nokia has done something different with these
    > > models, I don't think that's PalmOne's fault.
    > >
    > > > Yes I am sure Palm have other "pressing developements" to be
    > > > getting on with, but this "small, insignificant" issue is all part of

    > the
    > > > big picture, don't you think?

    > >
    > >
    > > Maybe it's part of a secret plot to make you all frustrated enough to
    > > buy Treo 6xx's... ;-)
    > >
    > > > Thanks for the feedback anyhow.. !!

    > >
    > > A few years ago I had a Nokia 7160 that simply wouldn't connect to the
    > > newer (at that time) Pocket PCs (but connected to older Pocket PCs
    > > just fine!)
    > >
    > > After screwing around with different settings and registry settings
    > > for weeks and spending countless hours on the phone with both Nokia
    > > and Microsoft, I threw in the towel and changed phones.
    > >
    > > That Nokia 7160 was also stubborn about conecting to Palms as well.
    > > Somebody wrote a script for Palms to connect to that phone (I remember
    > > it because I tried using the concept on my PPC to no avail)- maybe a
    > > Google search might turn it up and it may be adaptable to your current
    > > problem.
    > >
    > > Good luck!

    >
    >






  9. #9
    Todd Allcock
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    "Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Sod it. Done it again!
    >
    > Sure do TODD.... NOT Tony!!
    >
    > Sorry about that (again)


    No worries- "Tony" makes me sound cooler! ;-)



  10. #10
    Luigi
    Guest

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    Christopher Pollard <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > about floo


    No way, at least in the European server because they ask for your name and
    your phone's data.
    Once they know you from the 1st time they will know it is flooding.
    I mailed them 3 times, they answer was the same...not enough demands, etc.
    After then my mails were unanswered.
    Maybe we should flood their server...




  11. #11

    Re: Oops!! Maybe THIS would help! :-(

    >"Kevin I Chapple" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    >> Tried setting manually, and no they didn't work.


    On 26 Sep 2004 20:26:09 -0700, [email protected] (Todd Allcock) wrote:
    >But other Nokia IR phones do? Not to be a wiseguy, but are you sure
    >your settings are correct- i.e. do they work with other Nokia models?


    Nokia 'enhanced' the AT command set on this phone.





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