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  1. #1
    ML
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    I just got a data cable for my 3595. Jerk that sold it to me told me it had
    phone book contact management software with it. It does not. He claims you
    can download contact management software off the net for free. Even at
    Nokia. I can't find any "Free" phone book or contact manager software for
    free. Any ideas? Anyone know were I can find something to down load? I
    want to put the contacts from my Palm, into the phone. And do it though my
    computer. I do not want to hand input 100 plus phone numbers and names!
    Open to any suggestions. Thank you. Mike L.





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  2. #2
    Gregg Hill
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    Re: Phone Book Manager Nokia 3595

    http://www.nokiausa.com/phones/software

    Oddly, your particular model is not listed, even though about 50 models are
    covered. Email their tech support and ask why it is not supported.

    Gregg Hill



    "ML" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I just got a data cable for my 3595. Jerk that sold it to me told me it
    >had
    > phone book contact management software with it. It does not. He claims
    > you
    > can download contact management software off the net for free. Even at
    > Nokia. I can't find any "Free" phone book or contact manager software for
    > free. Any ideas? Anyone know were I can find something to down load? I
    > want to put the contacts from my Palm, into the phone. And do it though
    > my
    > computer. I do not want to hand input 100 plus phone numbers and names!
    > Open to any suggestions. Thank you. Mike L.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    No Spam
    Guest

    Re: Phone Book Manager Nokia 3595

    Nokia does not actively support external hard-wired data connections
    to the 3595, which is why is does not have an external data connector.
    That said, a data bus electrical connection is accessible under the
    battery for dealers and maitenance techs, but it was never intended
    for the end user to access it.

    Third-party cables (serial and USB) are available which allow the end
    user to access the 3595 data bus; apparently you got one of them. As
    you found out, Nokia's own software does not receognize the 3595
    (which is not surprising as it is not a supported feature).. There
    are a couple of products which do support the 3595, the most prominent
    being Oxygen Phone Manager. I am not positive if Oyygen permits
    direct synch to a Palm device - you may have to go thru a couple of
    intermediate steps; I'm sure Oxygen's tech support can answer that
    question for you. There is another popular program called MobiMB but
    don't think that will do what you want, either.

    I know this didn't answer your issue directly, but maybe the
    additional insight will help you out.

    Cheers!

    /Lac/


    On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 17:57:06 GMT, "ML" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >I just got a data cable for my 3595. Jerk that sold it to me told me it had
    >phone book contact management software with it. It does not. He claims you
    >can download contact management software off the net for free. Even at
    >Nokia. I can't find any "Free" phone book or contact manager software for
    >free. Any ideas? Anyone know were I can find something to down load? I
    >want to put the contacts from my Palm, into the phone. And do it though my
    >computer. I do not want to hand input 100 plus phone numbers and names!
    >Open to any suggestions. Thank you. Mike L.
    >





  4. #4
    Gregg Hill
    Guest

    Re: Phone Book Manager Nokia 3595

    ML,

    I just found this on Nokia's site.

    ***********************
    Your phone has the ability to synchronize its contact list and calendar data
    with remote devices. Using the synchronization feature (SyncML), data such
    as names, numbers, and e-mail addresses stored in your contact list, or day
    notes and reminders from the calendar can be exchanged with other devices
    through a synchronization service provider. After synchronization, the data
    in the phone will be the same as the data contained in the host database.

    Before you can begin to use SyncML, you must verify your service provider
    offers this feature. If your service provider does offer SyncML, you must
    set up an account with a SyncML service provider. For more information about
    signing up for synchronization services, contact your wireless service
    provider.
    ***********************

    Go to http://www.nokiahowto.com/index.html and choose your phone. When it
    loads, make sure Phone Menu Options is selected, then click on Connectivity
    to see how to do it. It can also be done via GPRS.

    Personally, I'd get a different phone and make sure it has the data
    connector or Infrared.

    I hope that helps you!

    Gregg Hill




    "ML" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I just got a data cable for my 3595. Jerk that sold it to me told me it
    >had
    > phone book contact management software with it. It does not. He claims
    > you
    > can download contact management software off the net for free. Even at
    > Nokia. I can't find any "Free" phone book or contact manager software for
    > free. Any ideas? Anyone know were I can find something to down load? I
    > want to put the contacts from my Palm, into the phone. And do it though
    > my
    > computer. I do not want to hand input 100 plus phone numbers and names!
    > Open to any suggestions. Thank you. Mike L.
    >
    >






  5. #5
    Ranjit
    Guest

    Re: Phone Book Manager Nokia 3595

    ML wrote:
    > I just got a data cable for my 3595. Jerk that sold it to me told me it had
    > phone book contact management software with it. It does not. He claims you
    > can download contact management software off the net for free. Even at
    > Nokia. I can't find any "Free" phone book or contact manager software for
    > free. Any ideas? Anyone know were I can find something to down load? I
    > want to put the contacts from my Palm, into the phone. And do it though my
    > computer. I do not want to hand input 100 plus phone numbers and names!
    > Open to any suggestions. Thank you. Mike L.
    >
    >

    Hi ML,

    This is a slight off-topic to your question, but I am banging my head on
    this one problem that I have.
    Like you, I too got a data cable over e-bay for my 3595.
    However when I try to get the cable in my cell it just won't go.
    I did put my battery on the slot and then when I try to push in the
    whole thing (keeping the black strip at the back pressed) it just's
    won't go. The two small protruding slots are what it seems are blocking
    the whole thing from going in.
    Did you have to saw off these small black things.
    Can you please let me know how you got around getting the cable set for
    you phone?

    Thanks



  6. #6
    Ranjit
    Guest

    Re: Phone Book Manager Nokia 3595

    Ranjit wrote:
    > ML wrote:
    >

    <snip>

    > Hi ML,
    >
    > This is a slight off-topic to your question, but I am banging my head on
    > this one problem that I have.
    > Like you, I too got a data cable over e-bay for my 3595.
    > However when I try to get the cable in my cell it just won't go.
    > I did put my battery on the slot and then when I try to push in the
    > whole thing (keeping the black strip at the back pressed) it just's
    > won't go. The two small protruding slots are what it seems are blocking
    > the whole thing from going in.
    > Did you have to saw off these small black things.
    > Can you please let me know how you got around getting the cable set for
    > you phone?
    >
    > Thanks


    Nevermind, I figured it out.
    Had to get the whole spring thingy out by removing the screws.
    Working now!
    Thanks anyways.



  7. #7
    Ranjit
    Guest

    Re: Phone Book Manager Nokia 3595

    Ranjit wrote:
    > ML wrote:
    >

    <snip>

    > Hi ML,
    >
    > This is a slight off-topic to your question, but I am banging my head on
    > this one problem that I have.
    > Like you, I too got a data cable over e-bay for my 3595.
    > However when I try to get the cable in my cell it just won't go.
    > I did put my battery on the slot and then when I try to push in the
    > whole thing (keeping the black strip at the back pressed) it just's
    > won't go. The two small protruding slots are what it seems are blocking
    > the whole thing from going in.
    > Did you have to saw off these small black things.
    > Can you please let me know how you got around getting the cable set for
    > you phone?
    >
    > Thanks


    Nevermind, I figured it out.
    Had to get the whole spring thingy out by removing the screws.
    Working now!
    Thanks anyways.



  8. #8
    deadman
    Guest

    Re: Phone Book Manager Nokia 3595

    Ranjit wrote:
    > Ranjit wrote:
    >
    >> ML wrote:
    >>

    > <snip>
    >
    >> Hi ML,
    >>
    >> This is a slight off-topic to your question, but I am banging my head
    >> on this one problem that I have.
    >> Like you, I too got a data cable over e-bay for my 3595.
    >> However when I try to get the cable in my cell it just won't go.
    >> I did put my battery on the slot and then when I try to push in the
    >> whole thing (keeping the black strip at the back pressed) it just's
    >> won't go. The two small protruding slots are what it seems are
    >> blocking the whole thing from going in.
    >> Did you have to saw off these small black things.
    >> Can you please let me know how you got around getting the cable set
    >> for you phone?
    >>
    >> Thanks

    >
    >
    > Nevermind, I figured it out.
    > Had to get the whole spring thingy out by removing the screws.
    > Working now!
    > Thanks anyways.



    Roger that



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