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  1. #1
    Sanjay Minni
    Guest
    Hi

    I am trying to connect CA-42 (Copy Cable) with Nokia 6610 & 3125 (CDMA)
    and cannot connect
    - WinXP with SP2
    - Tried with PC Suite 6.82 & 6.5 (earlier)
    The system hangs when trying to connect (from PC Suite)

    I installed PC Suite, and from control panel>Nokia Manage
    Connections>Serial (all others uncheked)>Configure->Nokia Ca-42 on
    com(n)
    The Nokia CA-42 on com(n) option appears only when Cable is inserted
    (phone may not be connected)

    Can anyone assist me in connecting
    Is an original cable guaranteed to work (I wanted the Nokia shop to
    demonstrate / test) but they refused and i did not want to risk the
    expenses.

    regards
    sanjay minni




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  2. #2
    Oxygen Software
    Guest

    Re: CA-42 does not connect 6610 & 3125 (Win XP)

    Hello!

    > I am trying to connect CA-42 (Copy Cable)


    It looks like you are using PL-2303 ProLific based thirdparty cable. These
    cables are not CA-42 or DKU-5, even if it is written so on their package, as
    they are based on non-Nokia chipset. We support PL-2303-based cables both in
    Oxygen Phone Manager II and Oxygen Express. Non-original cables are
    incompatible with original Nokia software.

    --
    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov.
    Oxygen Software - tools for your mobile phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your mobile phone.
    http://www.opm-2.com/
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    "Sanjay Minni" <[email protected]> ???????/???????? ? ????????
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    > Hi
    >
    > I am trying to connect CA-42 (Copy Cable) with Nokia 6610 & 3125 (CDMA)
    > and cannot connect
    > - WinXP with SP2
    > - Tried with PC Suite 6.82 & 6.5 (earlier)
    > The system hangs when trying to connect (from PC Suite)
    >
    > I installed PC Suite, and from control panel>Nokia Manage
    > Connections>Serial (all others uncheked)>Configure->Nokia Ca-42 on
    > com(n)
    > The Nokia CA-42 on com(n) option appears only when Cable is inserted
    > (phone may not be connected)
    >
    > Can anyone assist me in connecting
    > Is an original cable guaranteed to work (I wanted the Nokia shop to
    > demonstrate / test) but they refused and i did not want to risk the
    > expenses.
    >
    > regards
    > sanjay minni
    >
    >






  3. #3
    logomanager
    Guest

    Re: CA-42 does not connect 6610 & 3125 (Win XP)

    Oxygen Software wrote:
    > Hello!
    >
    > ...
    > Non-original cables are
    > incompatible with original Nokia software.


    Maxim, I would have thought that people would be tired of hearing this
    sort of misdirection by now - surely as an industry specialist you must
    know that it is not usually true??

    People reading this need to be clear that the compatibility depends on
    the capability of the handset and the design of the cable, not whether
    the cable is made by Nokia or not.

    There are of course plenty of phones out there that don't support Nokia
    software or modem functionality at all: in those cases you could
    perhaps say that all third party cables are be incompatible with the
    Nokia software since the phone itself is incompatible with it.

    However the 6610 and 3125 do not fall into this category.

    Mike




  4. #4
    Sanjay Minni
    Guest

    Re: CA-42 does not connect 6610 & 3125 (Win XP)

    When I connect this ca-42 copy cable to
    Nokia 6610 I get the error msg "Accessory not supported" on the phone,
    and when I connect to 3215 CDMA, I get the error msg "Enhancement not
    supported" on the phone

    If the phone itself does not accept the cable then will it eventually
    connect to the computer even thru any other software

    regards
    sanjay


    logomanager wrote:
    > Oxygen Software wrote:
    > > Hello!
    > >
    > > ...
    > > Non-original cables are
    > > incompatible with original Nokia software.

    >
    > Maxim, I would have thought that people would be tired of hearing this
    > sort of misdirection by now - surely as an industry specialist you must
    > know that it is not usually true??
    >
    > People reading this need to be clear that the compatibility depends on
    > the capability of the handset and the design of the cable, not whether
    > the cable is made by Nokia or not.
    >
    > There are of course plenty of phones out there that don't support Nokia
    > software or modem functionality at all: in those cases you could
    > perhaps say that all third party cables are be incompatible with the
    > Nokia software since the phone itself is incompatible with it.
    >
    > However the 6610 and 3125 do not fall into this category.
    >
    > Mike





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