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  1. #16
    Sulimak
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??


    Hi!...............


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  2. #17
    Sulimak
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??


    Here ('_www.taiwan-electronics.itgo.com_'
    (http://www.taiwan-electronics.itgo.com/)) it is possible to order 2
    mobile phones free of charge!

    I once have already ordered. Second time any more do not give!

    It is necessary to write to them the letter correctly only.

    It is the Taiwan company.


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  3. #18
    Michel
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??

    ALW wrote:
    > Since you already have the dongle you should try to get it to work.


    Done :-) :-)
    .....

    > The important thing is to have the 2 bluetooth devices (your computer
    > via the dongle and the 6230)pair with each other which can be difficult.


    Done :-) :-) ;-)

    > Sometimes you have to disconnect the dongle and then reconnect it for it too
    > see your phone and computer.


    I had to do that in fact. Man, you have been a savior!!! :-)

    ......

    OK, success of a sort. I have managed to link and pair. Phone and PC see
    each other. However, I can NOT transfer photos from phone to PC.
    When I opene PC suite, go to file transfer>Gallery>My photos, the file
    manager just stays there doing nothing. So I go to the phone, select a
    photo>send>via Bluetooth it then ask me if I want to disconnect first.
    If I say no, that's as far as things go. If I say yes, it obeys and
    disconnect and that's as far as it goes!!!!! What the f******k!!!
    What gives?

    On a different subject, it would appear synchronization only applies to
    Outlook. What happens if one does not wish to use such inferior and
    insecure product? I'm an all around Mozilla guy myself and I get the
    feeling I'm stuck as far as that's concerned. It's outlook, Lotus or
    nothing! Am I right??



  4. #19
    Michel
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??

    Michel wrote:

    > OK, success of a sort. I have managed to link and pair. Phone and PC see
    > each other. However, I can NOT transfer photos from phone to PC.
    > When I opene PC suite, go to file transfer>Gallery>My photos, the file
    > manager just stays there doing nothing. So I go to the phone, select a
    > photo>send>via Bluetooth it then ask me if I want to disconnect first.
    > If I say no, that's as far as things go. If I say yes, it obeys and
    > disconnect and that's as far as it goes!!!!! What the f******k!!!
    > What gives?


    OOppps, never mind. I looked deeper into the PC suite file manager and
    found another directory with the photos. Everything's OK!!!
    Thanks for all your help!!! :-)



  5. #20
    quakeguy
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??


    Using Win2K w/SP6, I transfer with the IR (infrared port). I haven't
    tried BlueTooth, it sounds like a pain. ALL recent (4 years) laptops
    will have IR port. It's a piece of cake. Just make sure (a) IR port is
    enabled on your laptop (somewhere in Control Panel or perhaps vendor
    specific config software) and (b) turn on IR on your phone via
    Connectivity option; IR on the phone will turn itself off after a few
    minutes of no connection.

    What, you don't use a laptop? Many desktop computers actually have IR
    port built-in, but they don't supply the external LED that you need.


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  6. #21
    Michel
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??

    quakeguy wrote:
    > Using Win2K w/SP6, I transfer with the IR (infrared port). I haven't
    > tried BlueTooth, it sounds like a pain. ALL recent (4 years) laptops
    > will have IR port. It's a piece of cake. Just make sure (a) IR port is
    > enabled on your laptop (somewhere in Control Panel or perhaps vendor
    > specific config software) and (b) turn on IR on your phone via
    > Connectivity option; IR on the phone will turn itself off after a few
    > minutes of no connection.
    >
    > What, you don't use a laptop? Many desktop computers actually have IR
    > port built-in, but they don't supply the external LED that you need.


    Thanks, Quake, for the IR suggestion but I have managed to be successful
    with my BT connection, as of now. What tomorrow will bring... who
    knows???! :-)
    However, I'm curious about your Win2k with a Service pack 6.
    SP6 (Six)??? Are you sure??? Typo???
    Or do you have a special arrangement with Bill G.????
    Or am I missing something again??? :-)



  7. #22
    Steve Bell
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??


    "Michel" wrote in message
    >
    > I will D/L the latest PC Suite, as well as the latest firmware.
    > BTW, the firmware installed right now is the 4.44. Is there a newer one?
    > As "newer" doesn't necessarily mean "better", do you all recommend
    > updating to the latest version, or should I stay with 4.44??
    >
    > ......



    My 6230 has F/W 4.44 and bluetooth is stable with PC Suite 6.4.1. Checked
    with the Nokia site and there aren't any Nokia dealers in my area than can
    update the phones f/w so it will have to be a post it job.

    btw am I just unlucky or does the 6230 screen scratch easy compared to
    earlier Nokias? Mines a right mess after just a few weeks use.





  8. #23
    Kevin I Chapple
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    Re: 6230, PC software, Bluetooth...??

    Steve, Just a suggestion....

    Get a screen protector.

    If you can't find one deicated to the 6230, buy a PDA (Palm computer) screen
    protector, and cut to shape.

    Keeps the screen "like new" (except for in your case, it will keep the
    scratches as new! :-) )

    Cheers


    "Steve Bell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Michel" wrote in message
    > >
    > > I will D/L the latest PC Suite, as well as the latest firmware.
    > > BTW, the firmware installed right now is the 4.44. Is there a newer one?
    > > As "newer" doesn't necessarily mean "better", do you all recommend
    > > updating to the latest version, or should I stay with 4.44??
    > >
    > > ......

    >
    >
    > My 6230 has F/W 4.44 and bluetooth is stable with PC Suite 6.4.1. Checked
    > with the Nokia site and there aren't any Nokia dealers in my area than can
    > update the phones f/w so it will have to be a post it job.
    >
    > btw am I just unlucky or does the 6230 screen scratch easy compared to
    > earlier Nokias? Mines a right mess after just a few weeks use.
    >
    >






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