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  1. #1
    Liquidwheel
    Guest
    I recently bought a USB data cable to transfer my contacts and SMS
    messages from my mobile Nokia 1110 to my computer. The cable fits but
    the software on the CD is only the trial version and with the trial
    version you can't actually synch. The only piece of software that
    seems to support the Nokia 1110 is Logomanager Classic but to buy the
    full version costs $24.95. This is more than the cable. The other
    problem, but I am not sure of this, is that Logomanager seems to be for
    a serial connection not a USB. When I go into connection option it
    seems to be for a serial connection and my cable is a USB cable.

    When I tried Mobtime software (also on the CD) the first phone it
    seemed to support was the Nokia 3100 I also went to the Nokia website
    but again the software they have for supporting transfer of information
    from a mobile seems to start at Nokia 3100

    So I have bought this USB cable and trial software for $20 postage and
    packaging. I assumed the software would work. I am going to contact the
    seller, but even if he takes it back it is time and the expense of
    postage. In fact, I would like to get this working if at all possible
    but without paying for the software. I read the manual for the Nokia
    1110 and it says nothing about transferring information using a data
    cable.

    I suppose the first question is it actually possible to transfer
    information from this phone to a computer using a USB cable?

    If so what is the software that does this?

    Incidentally, I don't know the name of the cable, the name on the box
    is USB Data Cable N6030 Series so I think it is really for this model.

    I was trying to download it from Limewire but all the programs seemed
    to be corrupted or when I unzipped them I wasn't authorised to access
    them.

    Last week I got the phone unlocked. My local unlocker found it
    difficult. He said that he had to buy a cable and to update his
    software. But does this mean that it is possible to transfer
    information from one to the other with the right software?

    I'd greatly appreciate any help here as this has taken up quite a lot
    of time, downloading corrupted software and trying to find an answer to
    this myself.




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  2. #2
    CraigB
    Guest

    Re: Data Cable software for a Nokia 1110


    "Liquidwheel" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I recently bought a USB data cable to transfer my contacts and SMS
    > messages from my mobile Nokia 1110 to my computer. The cable fits but
    > the software on the CD is only the trial version and with the trial
    > version you can't actually synch. The only piece of software that
    > seems to support the Nokia 1110 is Logomanager Classic but to buy the
    > full version costs $24.95. This is more than the cable. The other
    > problem, but I am not sure of this, is that Logomanager seems to be for
    > a serial connection not a USB. When I go into connection option it
    > seems to be for a serial connection and my cable is a USB cable.
    >
    > When I tried Mobtime software (also on the CD) the first phone it
    > seemed to support was the Nokia 3100 I also went to the Nokia website
    > but again the software they have for supporting transfer of information
    > from a mobile seems to start at Nokia 3100
    >
    > So I have bought this USB cable and trial software for $20 postage and
    > packaging. I assumed the software would work. I am going to contact the
    > seller, but even if he takes it back it is time and the expense of
    > postage. In fact, I would like to get this working if at all possible
    > but without paying for the software. I read the manual for the Nokia
    > 1110 and it says nothing about transferring information using a data
    > cable.
    >
    > I suppose the first question is it actually possible to transfer
    > information from this phone to a computer using a USB cable?
    >
    > If so what is the software that does this?
    >
    > Incidentally, I don't know the name of the cable, the name on the box
    > is USB Data Cable N6030 Series so I think it is really for this model.
    >
    > I was trying to download it from Limewire but all the programs seemed
    > to be corrupted or when I unzipped them I wasn't authorised to access
    > them.
    >
    > Last week I got the phone unlocked. My local unlocker found it
    > difficult. He said that he had to buy a cable and to update his
    > software. But does this mean that it is possible to transfer
    > information from one to the other with the right software?
    >
    > I'd greatly appreciate any help here as this has taken up quite a lot
    > of time, downloading corrupted software and trying to find an answer to
    > this myself.
    >


    I just had a look on Nokia's Australian web site. They list your phone, but
    no mention of compatibility with PCSuite. Same on their US site.
    You could probably try downloading a version of PCSuite from Nokia and
    trying that - it's compatible with IR, Bluetooth and USB, however whether it
    recognises your phone would be a case of suck-it-and-see I think.

    -Craig.



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  3. #3
    Liquidwheel
    Guest

    Re: Data Cable software for a Nokia 1110


    CraigB wrote:
    > "Liquidwheel" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >I recently bought a USB data cable to transfer my contacts and SMS
    > > messages from my mobile Nokia 1110 to my computer. The cable fits but
    > > the software on the CD is only the trial version and with the trial
    > > version you can't actually synch. The only piece of software that
    > > seems to support the Nokia 1110 is Logomanager Classic but to buy the
    > > full version costs $24.95. This is more than the cable. The other
    > > problem, but I am not sure of this, is that Logomanager seems to be for
    > > a serial connection not a USB. When I go into connection option it
    > > seems to be for a serial connection and my cable is a USB cable.
    > >
    > > When I tried Mobtime software (also on the CD) the first phone it
    > > seemed to support was the Nokia 3100 I also went to the Nokia website
    > > but again the software they have for supporting transfer of information
    > > from a mobile seems to start at Nokia 3100
    > >
    > > So I have bought this USB cable and trial software for $20 postage and
    > > packaging. I assumed the software would work. I am going to contact the
    > > seller, but even if he takes it back it is time and the expense of
    > > postage. In fact, I would like to get this working if at all possible
    > > but without paying for the software. I read the manual for the Nokia
    > > 1110 and it says nothing about transferring information using a data
    > > cable.
    > >
    > > I suppose the first question is it actually possible to transfer
    > > information from this phone to a computer using a USB cable?
    > >
    > > If so what is the software that does this?
    > >
    > > Incidentally, I don't know the name of the cable, the name on the box
    > > is USB Data Cable N6030 Series so I think it is really for this model.
    > >
    > > I was trying to download it from Limewire but all the programs seemed
    > > to be corrupted or when I unzipped them I wasn't authorised to access
    > > them.
    > >
    > > Last week I got the phone unlocked. My local unlocker found it
    > > difficult. He said that he had to buy a cable and to update his
    > > software. But does this mean that it is possible to transfer
    > > information from one to the other with the right software?
    > >
    > > I'd greatly appreciate any help here as this has taken up quite a lot
    > > of time, downloading corrupted software and trying to find an answer to
    > > this myself.
    > >

    >
    > I just had a look on Nokia's Australian web site. They list your phone, but
    > no mention of compatibility with PCSuite. Same on their US site.
    > You could probably try downloading a version of PCSuite from Nokia and
    > trying that - it's compatible with IR, Bluetooth and USB, however whether it
    > recognises your phone would be a case of suck-it-and-see I think.
    >
    > -Craig.
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    > Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com





  4. #4
    Liquidwheel
    Guest

    Re: Data Cable software for a Nokia 1110


    CraigB wrote:
    > "Liquidwheel" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >I recently bought a USB data cable to transfer my contacts and SMS
    > > messages from my mobile Nokia 1110 to my computer. The cable fits but
    > > the software on the CD is only the trial version and with the trial
    > > version you can't actually synch. The only piece of software that
    > > seems to support the Nokia 1110 is Logomanager Classic but to buy the
    > > full version costs $24.95. This is more than the cable. The other
    > > problem, but I am not sure of this, is that Logomanager seems to be for
    > > a serial connection not a USB. When I go into connection option it
    > > seems to be for a serial connection and my cable is a USB cable.
    > >
    > > When I tried Mobtime software (also on the CD) the first phone it
    > > seemed to support was the Nokia 3100 I also went to the Nokia website
    > > but again the software they have for supporting transfer of information
    > > from a mobile seems to start at Nokia 3100
    > >
    > > So I have bought this USB cable and trial software for $20 postage and
    > > packaging. I assumed the software would work. I am going to contact the
    > > seller, but even if he takes it back it is time and the expense of
    > > postage. In fact, I would like to get this working if at all possible
    > > but without paying for the software. I read the manual for the Nokia
    > > 1110 and it says nothing about transferring information using a data
    > > cable.
    > >
    > > I suppose the first question is it actually possible to transfer
    > > information from this phone to a computer using a USB cable?
    > >
    > > If so what is the software that does this?
    > >
    > > Incidentally, I don't know the name of the cable, the name on the box
    > > is USB Data Cable N6030 Series so I think it is really for this model.
    > >
    > > I was trying to download it from Limewire but all the programs seemed
    > > to be corrupted or when I unzipped them I wasn't authorised to access
    > > them.
    > >
    > > Last week I got the phone unlocked. My local unlocker found it
    > > difficult. He said that he had to buy a cable and to update his
    > > software. But does this mean that it is possible to transfer
    > > information from one to the other with the right software?
    > >
    > > I'd greatly appreciate any help here as this has taken up quite a lot
    > > of time, downloading corrupted software and trying to find an answer to
    > > this myself.
    > >

    >
    > I just had a look on Nokia's Australian web site. They list your phone, but
    > no mention of compatibility with PCSuite. Same on their US site.
    > You could probably try downloading a version of PCSuite from Nokia and
    > trying that - it's compatible with IR, Bluetooth and USB, however whether it
    > recognises your phone would be a case of suck-it-and-see I think.
    >
    > -Craig.
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    > Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com





  5. #5
    Liquidwheel
    Guest

    Re: Data Cable software for a Nokia 1110


    Liquidwheel wrote:
    > CraigB wrote:
    > > "Liquidwheel" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > >I recently bought a USB data cable to transfer my contacts and SMS
    > > > messages from my mobile Nokia 1110 to my computer. The cable fits but
    > > > the software on the CD is only the trial version and with the trial
    > > > version you can't actually synch. The only piece of software that
    > > > seems to support the Nokia 1110 is Logomanager Classic but to buy the
    > > > full version costs $24.95. This is more than the cable. The other
    > > > problem, but I am not sure of this, is that Logomanager seems to be for
    > > > a serial connection not a USB. When I go into connection option it
    > > > seems to be for a serial connection and my cable is a USB cable.
    > > >
    > > > When I tried Mobtime software (also on the CD) the first phone it
    > > > seemed to support was the Nokia 3100 I also went to the Nokia website
    > > > but again the software they have for supporting transfer of information
    > > > from a mobile seems to start at Nokia 3100
    > > >
    > > > So I have bought this USB cable and trial software for $20 postage and
    > > > packaging. I assumed the software would work. I am going to contact the
    > > > seller, but even if he takes it back it is time and the expense of
    > > > postage. In fact, I would like to get this working if at all possible
    > > > but without paying for the software. I read the manual for the Nokia
    > > > 1110 and it says nothing about transferring information using a data
    > > > cable.
    > > >
    > > > I suppose the first question is it actually possible to transfer
    > > > information from this phone to a computer using a USB cable?
    > > >
    > > > If so what is the software that does this?
    > > >
    > > > Incidentally, I don't know the name of the cable, the name on the box
    > > > is USB Data Cable N6030 Series so I think it is really for this model.
    > > >
    > > > I was trying to download it from Limewire but all the programs seemed
    > > > to be corrupted or when I unzipped them I wasn't authorised to access
    > > > them.
    > > >
    > > > Last week I got the phone unlocked. My local unlocker found it
    > > > difficult. He said that he had to buy a cable and to update his
    > > > software. But does this mean that it is possible to transfer
    > > > information from one to the other with the right software?
    > > >
    > > > I'd greatly appreciate any help here as this has taken up quite a lot
    > > > of time, downloading corrupted software and trying to find an answer to
    > > > this myself.
    > > >

    > >
    > > I just had a look on Nokia's Australian web site. They list your phone, but
    > > no mention of compatibility with PCSuite. Same on their US site.
    > > You could probably try downloading a version of PCSuite from Nokia and
    > > trying that - it's compatible with IR, Bluetooth and USB, however whether it
    > > recognises your phone would be a case of suck-it-and-see I think.
    > >
    > > -Craig.
    > >
    > >I already tried that but it didn't work. Thanks for the suggestion all the same.


    Liquidwheel
    > >
    > > --
    > > Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com





  6. #6
    Liquidwheel
    Guest

    Re: Data Cable software for a Nokia 1110


    CraigB wrote:
    > "Liquidwheel" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >I recently bought a USB data cable to transfer my contacts and SMS
    > > messages from my mobile Nokia 1110 to my computer. The cable fits but
    > > the software on the CD is only the trial version and with the trial
    > > version you can't actually synch. The only piece of software that
    > > seems to support the Nokia 1110 is Logomanager Classic but to buy the
    > > full version costs $24.95. This is more than the cable. The other
    > > problem, but I am not sure of this, is that Logomanager seems to be for
    > > a serial connection not a USB. When I go into connection option it
    > > seems to be for a serial connection and my cable is a USB cable.
    > >
    > > When I tried Mobtime software (also on the CD) the first phone it
    > > seemed to support was the Nokia 3100 I also went to the Nokia website
    > > but again the software they have for supporting transfer of information
    > > from a mobile seems to start at Nokia 3100
    > >
    > > So I have bought this USB cable and trial software for $20 postage and
    > > packaging. I assumed the software would work. I am going to contact the
    > > seller, but even if he takes it back it is time and the expense of
    > > postage. In fact, I would like to get this working if at all possible
    > > but without paying for the software. I read the manual for the Nokia
    > > 1110 and it says nothing about transferring information using a data
    > > cable.
    > >
    > > I suppose the first question is it actually possible to transfer
    > > information from this phone to a computer using a USB cable?
    > >
    > > If so what is the software that does this?
    > >
    > > Incidentally, I don't know the name of the cable, the name on the box
    > > is USB Data Cable N6030 Series so I think it is really for this model.
    > >
    > > I was trying to download it from Limewire but all the programs seemed
    > > to be corrupted or when I unzipped them I wasn't authorised to access
    > > them.
    > >
    > > Last week I got the phone unlocked. My local unlocker found it
    > > difficult. He said that he had to buy a cable and to update his
    > > software. But does this mean that it is possible to transfer
    > > information from one to the other with the right software?
    > >
    > > I'd greatly appreciate any help here as this has taken up quite a lot
    > > of time, downloading corrupted software and trying to find an answer to
    > > this myself.
    > >

    >
    > I just had a look on Nokia's Australian web site. They list your phone, but
    > no mention of compatibility with PCSuite. Same on their US site.
    > You could probably try downloading a version of PCSuite from Nokia and
    > trying that - it's compatible with IR, Bluetooth and USB, however whether it
    > recognises your phone would be a case of suck-it-and-see I think.
    >
    > -Craig.
    >
    > I already tried that but it didn't work, thanks for the suggestion all the same.


    Liquidwheel
    >
    > --
    > Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com





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