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  1. #1
    Nicolai
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    My friends samsung can browse my phone via bluetooth - cant I do the same on
    his??

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  2. #2
    >-©LuVbuG©-
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    "Nicolai" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > My friends samsung can browse my phone via bluetooth - cant I do the same
    > on his??
    >


    PC Suite comes with Nokia Phone Browser.

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  3. #3
    Nicolai
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    >> My friends samsung can browse my phone via bluetooth - cant I do the same
    >> on his??
    >>

    >
    > PC Suite comes with Nokia Phone Browser.


    Please read my question again

    I need to browser other phones like he can browse mine...





  4. #4
    John
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    yo,

    nah i dont think u can. my m8 does that with his samsung as well. kinda
    cool.

    dev


    "Nicolai" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > >> My friends samsung can browse my phone via bluetooth - cant I do the

    same
    > >> on his??
    > >>

    > >
    > > PC Suite comes with Nokia Phone Browser.

    >
    > Please read my question again
    >
    > I need to browser other phones like he can browse mine...
    >
    >






  5. #5
    Nicolai
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    > nah i dont think u can. my m8 does that with his samsung as well. kinda
    > cool.


    Great for browsing

    Strange since the Nokia must be server to be able to serve the files for the
    samsung...

    Thanx anyway for the info





  6. #6
    BT News
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    Nicolai wrote:
    >>>My friends samsung can browse my phone via bluetooth - cant I do the same
    >>>on his??
    >>>

    >>
    >>PC Suite comes with Nokia Phone Browser.

    >
    >
    > Please read my question again
    >
    > I need to browser other phones like he can browse mine...
    >


    No you can't do it ... can't see the reason for it myself .. and
    certainly I can't see why anyone would "need" to have it.



  7. #7
    >-©LuVbuG©-
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    "Nicolai" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >>> My friends samsung can browse my phone via bluetooth - cant I do the
    >>> same on his??
    >>>

    >>
    >> PC Suite comes with Nokia Phone Browser.

    >
    > Please read my question again
    >
    > I need to browser other phones like he can browse mine...


    Apologies! Must've been half asleep

    As the other correctly say, it is not possible to browse other non-nokia
    phones using PC Suite.

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  8. #8
    Clint Kirk
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    >-©LuVbuG©-< wrote:

    > Apologies! Must've been half asleep
    >
    > As the other correctly say, it is not possible to browse other non-nokia
    > phones using PC Suite.


    I'm afraid you've misunderstood a second time. We are not talking about
    PC Suite. Nicolai said his friend could browse Nicolai's Nokia phone
    using his Samsung phone. Not by using any PC-based software. The
    reverse cannot be done, i.e. Nicolai cannot use his Nokia handset to
    browse his friend's Samsung handset.

    Now this concerns me a little. Nicolai, when your friend uses his
    Samsung phone to browse your Nokia, does your phone prompt you for
    permission to be browsed first? If not, then there is a serious
    security risk. (I've read about the Bluetooth security risk, and seen
    it on TV, but I would like to know if it applies to Nokia phones.) If
    this security risk exists on the 6230i, then I will never turn
    Bluetooth on unless I am at least 200 metres away from the nearest
    person (or surrounded by a Faraday cage.)

    Clint




  9. #9
    Nicolai
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    Re: Nokia 6230i - no phone-browsing?

    >I'm afraid you've misunderstood a second time. We are not talking about
    >PC Suite. Nicolai said his friend could browse Nicolai's Nokia phone
    >using his Samsung phone. Not by using any PC-based software. The
    >reverse cannot be done, i.e. Nicolai cannot use his Nokia handset to
    >browse his friend's Samsung handset.


    Aye

    >Now this concerns me a little. Nicolai, when your friend uses his
    >Samsung phone to browse your Nokia, does your phone prompt you for
    >permission to be browsed first? If not, then there is a serious


    It does. its just the functionality I like






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