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  1. #1
    Tim McKenny
    Guest
    Here's my problem; I can't seem to find the answers by searching the 'net...

    I have a Nokia 3560 and want to transfer graphics & ringtones using a Data
    Cable (my cell provider doesn't support internet us on that phone so I'm out
    of luck doing it that way). I've got the cable on order... but is there a
    software package I need to use to do this? The only software programs I've
    found don't list the 3560 as a supported cell phone model.

    If anyone else has used a data cable to put rings & graphics on their 3560,
    I'd love to hear how you did it and what (if any) programs you used.

    Thanks!





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  2. #2
    Tim McKenny
    Guest

    Re: Software for Nokia 3560?

    Joseph,

    I have never before heard of "Howard Forums" (but I do know how to Google
    it). A very quick look-see pointed me towards this thread:

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=654194

    ....wherein a user named "iansltx" asked essentially the same question
    (although a bit more rudely).

    After reading that thread, I can understand why you were a bit curt in your
    reply. "iansltx" doesn't strike me as a particularly mature individual.
    However, a very important point of note: I am not "iansltx". All you had to
    say was, "I hear MobiMB Mobile Media Browser is what you need." I would
    have have replied, "Ah, thank you. That's exactly the information I was
    looking for."

    Dude, the only thing I have in common with "iansltx" is that apparently we
    both have the same phone and the same question. And quite frankly, I resent
    being accused of being him. Or of him being me. Or whatever.

    In the future, please try to understand that yes, Virginia, it's possible
    for more than one person to have the same question.

    That said, you did inadvertantly point me to the right answer, and I thank
    you for that. Although if that's how you help most people, I doubt many
    will thank you for it.

    Good day.

    -TM

    "Joseph" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]

    > You were given the answer several times in Howard Forums. And this is
    > the same answer you'll get in each news group that you posted this.






  3. #3
    Oxygen Software
    Guest

    Software for Nokia 3560?

    Oxygen Phone Manager II ( http://www.opm-2.com/opm2/ ) supports Nokia 3560.
    Data transfer qulaity mainly depends on datacable's parameters and quality
    (Nokia 3560 doesn't have official cable connection and connection wire for
    Nokia 3560 is unofficial accessory ).

    Our program also enables to manage your 3560 phonebook, JAVA section, set
    your own startup logo and customize contact melodies.

    PS: our software doesn't allow to change operator logos on all
    TDMA/DAMPS/NAMPS/AMPS and CDMA phones. Messaging section may work in
    read-only mode.

    If you have any questions and/or suggestions, concerning our
    program, feel free to post them on our official forum
    http://www.opm-2.com/forum/

    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
    Oxygen Software - tools for your mobile phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your mobile phone.
    http://www.oxygensoftware.co.uk/
    http://www.smsactivex.com/

    Hello, Tim McKenny!
    You wrote in conference alt.cellular.nokia on Wed, 15 Jun 2005
    11:38:36 -0400 from address [email protected]:

    >Here's my problem; I can't seem to find the answers by searching the
    >'net...


    >I have a Nokia 3560 and want to transfer graphics & ringtones using a
    >Data
    >Cable (my cell provider doesn't support internet us on that phone so
    >I'm out
    >of luck doing it that way). I've got the cable on order... but is
    >there a
    >software package I need to use to do this? The only software programs
    >I've
    >found don't list the 3560 as a supported cell phone model.


    >If anyone else has used a data cable to put rings & graphics on their
    >3560,
    >I'd love to hear how you did it and what (if any) programs you used.


    >Thanks!







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