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  1. #1
    Le Ming
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    Hi all!
    How do I set my 6260 to receive files on the mmc card, and not on the
    internal memory without having to transfer the files afterwards?
    Best regards,

    --
    Le Ming
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  2. #2
    Wingi
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    Le Ming wrote:
    > Hi all!
    > How do I set my 6260 to receive files on the mmc card, and not on the
    > internal memory without having to transfer the files afterwards?
    > Best regards,


    How do you usually transfer your files ?

    When using browser from my PC or Nokia installer software I can choose between
    installing on phone own memory or on the rs-mmc card.
    Thus I don't have to transfert anything aftwerwards.

    Hope this helps



  3. #3
    Le Ming
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    Wingi <[email protected]> wrote:


    > How do you usually transfer your files ?


    My computer's a Macintosh (an iBook) and the Nokia isn't fully
    recognized by the system. I can send a file, receive from the computer
    and so on, but cant actually browse from the computer. I can only send
    files one by one, without realy knowing where they end up.
    The phone reacts by saying that I have received a message.


    --
    Le Ming
    iChatAV - [email protected]



  4. #4
    Ye Olde Git
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    "Le Ming" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    >
    >
    >> How do you usually transfer your files ?

    >
    > My computer's a Macintosh (an iBook) and the Nokia isn't fully
    > recognized by the system. I can send a file, receive from the computer
    > and so on, but cant actually browse from the computer. I can only send
    > files one by one, without realy knowing where they end up.
    > The phone reacts by saying that I have received a message.


    Can you get a MMC reader/writer for the mac?

    Double effort, but you can move from the phone to the MMC then remove MMC
    then move to mac, then put stuff to MMC then put card back into phone then
    move from MMC to phone mem. And all quicker than using bluetooth anyway,
    but not as good as a cable.







  5. #5
    Le Ming
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    Ye Olde Git <ohnoyoudon'[email protected]> wrote:

    > Can you get a MMC reader/writer for the mac?


    Any will do I presume. I guess that's my only way out anyway.
    BTW, anybody knows if there's something to do about the mono mp3
    playback on the phone? (use another software than realplayer i.e.)?

    --
    Le Ming
    iChatAV - [email protected]



  6. #6
    Le Ming
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    Ye Olde Git <ohnoyoudon'[email protected]> wrote:

    > Can you get a MMC reader/writer for the mac?


    OK I bought one today, and damn it, I must be cursed :-) there is a
    SD-MMC card slot, but the card desnt seem to fit, If I slip it in,
    there's no way to take it out (or with a tiny plier) and it doesn't show
    "read" on it. Are the MMCs different on Nokia phones?
    --
    Le Ming
    iChatAV - [email protected]



  7. #7
    Ye Olde Git
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    "Le Ming" <[email protected]> wrote in message

    >
    >> Can you get a MMC reader/writer for the mac?

    >
    > OK I bought one today, and damn it, I must be cursed :-) there is a
    > SD-MMC card slot, but the card desnt seem to fit, If I slip it in,
    > there's no way to take it out (or with a tiny plier) and it doesn't show
    > "read" on it. Are the MMCs different on Nokia phones?


    http://www.nokia.co.uk/nokia/0,8764,60249,00.html

    No - not different, but quite a few MMC will NOT be recognised by Nokia
    phones.

    Does the card reader read both cards on your Mac?






  8. #8
    Le Ming
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    Ye Olde Git <ohnoyoudon'[email protected]> wrote:

    > Does the card reader read both cards on your Mac?


    Pushing it making it VERY difficult for me to grab itr back out, it did
    mount on my mac with no other problem (friver request and so on). So the
    cards are OK on the Mac, just the driver that seem to be MMC, and the
    Nokia got RS (reduced?) MMC. They seem to be shorter, making them a
    b***h th take out after data transfer... Go figure...
    --
    Le Ming
    iChatAV - [email protected]



  9. #9
    Ye Olde Git
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    "Le Ming" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:1gnxoud.jntsor1au93ieN%[email protected]
    > Ye Olde Git <ohnoyoudon'[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Does the card reader read both cards on your Mac?

    >
    > Pushing it making it VERY difficult for me to grab itr back out, it did
    > mount on my mac with no other problem (friver request and so on). So the
    > cards are OK on the Mac, just the driver that seem to be MMC, and the
    > Nokia got RS (reduced?) MMC. They seem to be shorter, making them a
    > b***h th take out after data transfer... Go figure...


    There's an adapter for RS MMC that makes them MMC size for data transfer in
    a reader/writer, should have come with the MMC package?

    http://www.flash-memory-store.com/51...ba-rs-mmc.html





  10. #10
    Le Ming
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    Ye Olde Git <ohnoyoudon'[email protected]> wrote:

    > There's an adapter for RS MMC that makes them MMC size for data transfer in
    > a reader/writer, should have come with the MMC package?


    No, it wasnt in the Nokia box unfortunatly...
    There's an offer at the moment here in France where you can get a 64Mb
    MMC card for 5¤, a bluetooth headset for 10, and the Car kit CK7W for
    80. I'm gonna go for the bluetooth and card so maybe there's going to be
    an adapter there...
    Anybody knows this car thing? Is it complicated to install yourself or
    does one HAS to have professionnals do the installation?

    --
    Le Ming
    iChatAV - [email protected]



  11. #11
    Chanchao
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 01:08:04 +0100, [email protected] (Le Ming) wrote
    some stuff about "Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory", to which I would
    like to add the following:

    >My computer's a Macintosh (an iBook) and the Nokia isn't fully
    >recognized by the system. I can send a file, receive from the computer
    >and so on, but cant actually browse from the computer. I can only send
    >files one by one, without realy knowing where they end up.
    >The phone reacts by saying that I have received a message.


    So.. why is that bad? I often transfer files and applications that way
    because it's just easier; like click and 'send to.. bluetooth'. Yes it ends
    up as a message; just open it up and save it wherever you like it.

    Cheers,
    Chanchao



  12. #12
    Le Ming
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    Re: Nokia 6260 - sending files and memory

    Chanchao <[email protected]> wrote:

    > So.. why is that bad? I often transfer files and applications that way
    > because it's just easier; like click and 'send to.. bluetooth'. Yes it ends
    > up as a message; just open it up and save it wherever you like it.


    Cause it's the ONLY way I can do stuff. I should be able (like on SE) to
    connect to the phone and browse the different folders, draf and drop
    stuff in or out of them and so forth.

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