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  1. #1
    Mike MacSween
    Guest
    I'm using PC Suite. 4.81 with a 6210. This, according to the Nokia site, is
    the correct one for a PC with Win XP.

    I can't get Phone Editor to connect. The picture of a phone in the bottom
    right hand corner has a cross through it. No SMS message, contact etc. But
    Connection Manager find the phone just fine, and PCSync works. Oh IR
    connection by the way.

    Any ideas?

    TIA, Mike MacSween





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  2. #2
    David W.E. Roberts
    Guest

    Re: Phone editor with 6210


    "Mike MacSween" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm using PC Suite. 4.81 with a 6210. This, according to the Nokia site,

    is
    > the correct one for a PC with Win XP.
    >
    > I can't get Phone Editor to connect. The picture of a phone in the bottom
    > right hand corner has a cross through it. No SMS message, contact etc. But
    > Connection Manager find the phone just fine, and PCSync works. Oh IR
    > connection by the way.
    >
    > Any ideas?
    >
    > TIA, Mike MacSween


    Mike,

    just put my new SIM back in my old 6210e (just upgraded to a 6310i).

    I think I am on PC Suite 4.8x but it is hard to tell as the individual
    applications have different version numbers.

    Help -> About on my Nokia Phone Editor gives the version as 4.5.8805.

    I seem to have the same problem as you - WAP and stuff works O.K. but the
    SIM phonebook and SMS do not seem to work.
    I seem to be able to see entries in the phone memory phonebook, though.

    I know I used to be able to send messages with earlier versions of PC
    Suite.

    ---- time passes ----

    Just switched back to the 6310i and this works fine.

    So there must be a problem with the latest PC Suite - can you go back a
    version?

    I had to upgrade because my previous version would not recognise the 6310i
    to copy the information I had backed up from my 6210e.
    I used the vesrion which came on CD with the new phone.

    I am on Win2K using IRDA.

    HTH
    Dave R





  3. #3
    Mike MacSween
    Guest

    Re: Phone editor with 6210

    I used to use 4.06, which was a bit flaky in this area too. But it would
    usually connect, sometimes after a very long wait.

    According to the Nokia site it shouldn't have worked, 'cause I'm using
    Windows XP, but it did.

    I'll probably go back to 4.06.

    Cheers, Mike

    "David W.E. Roberts" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Mike MacSween" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I'm using PC Suite. 4.81 with a 6210. This, according to the Nokia site,

    > is
    > > the correct one for a PC with Win XP.
    > >
    > > I can't get Phone Editor to connect. The picture of a phone in the

    bottom
    > > right hand corner has a cross through it. No SMS message, contact etc.

    But
    > > Connection Manager find the phone just fine, and PCSync works. Oh IR
    > > connection by the way.
    > >
    > > Any ideas?
    > >
    > > TIA, Mike MacSween

    >
    > Mike,
    >
    > just put my new SIM back in my old 6210e (just upgraded to a 6310i).
    >
    > I think I am on PC Suite 4.8x but it is hard to tell as the individual
    > applications have different version numbers.
    >
    > Help -> About on my Nokia Phone Editor gives the version as 4.5.8805.
    >
    > I seem to have the same problem as you - WAP and stuff works O.K. but the
    > SIM phonebook and SMS do not seem to work.
    > I seem to be able to see entries in the phone memory phonebook, though.
    >
    > I know I used to be able to send messages with earlier versions of PC
    > Suite.
    >
    > ---- time passes ----
    >
    > Just switched back to the 6310i and this works fine.
    >
    > So there must be a problem with the latest PC Suite - can you go back a
    > version?
    >
    > I had to upgrade because my previous version would not recognise the 6310i
    > to copy the information I had backed up from my 6210e.
    > I used the vesrion which came on CD with the new phone.
    >
    > I am on Win2K using IRDA.
    >
    > HTH
    > Dave R
    >
    >






  4. #4
    Andy Bolger
    Guest

    Re: Phone editor with 6210

    was having a similar problem with my daughters 6610. so i downloaded the
    latest version of pc suite (5.00.019) and a driver for the ir and i can do
    it all on my 6210 and her 6610 no problems. i am using winme.
    "Mike MacSween" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm using PC Suite. 4.81 with a 6210. This, according to the Nokia site,

    is
    > the correct one for a PC with Win XP.
    >
    > I can't get Phone Editor to connect. The picture of a phone in the bottom
    > right hand corner has a cross through it. No SMS message, contact etc. But
    > Connection Manager find the phone just fine, and PCSync works. Oh IR
    > connection by the way.
    >
    > Any ideas?
    >
    > TIA, Mike MacSween
    >
    >






  5. #5
    Loekie Ratelkous
    Guest

    Re: Phone editor with 6210


    "Mike MacSween" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm using PC Suite. 4.81 with a 6210. This, according to the Nokia site,

    is
    > the correct one for a PC with Win XP.
    >
    > I can't get Phone Editor to connect. The picture of a phone in the

    bottom
    > right hand corner has a cross through it. No SMS message, contact etc.

    But
    > Connection Manager find the phone just fine, and PCSync works. Oh IR
    > connection by the way.
    >
    > Any ideas?



    I have the same phone 6210, same Windows XP, same version of PC Suite, and
    the same experience.
    I have struggled with an older version first, but that did nothing.
    Then I used version 4.81, which could connect once (e.g. using content
    copier). The second contact invariably would result in a blue screen
    mentioning as a stop-message something like 'bad pool caller'and some
    long HEX adresses. Restarting the PC brought me back to computer uage.

    I joined this group 10 days ago and searched for 6210, IrDa and 4.81
    consecutive, but found nothing. Some days ago someone mentioned, that the
    IrDa-settings should not assign it for photo-transfer (or something like
    that). Done that, and I could work.

    First I made a back-up using ContentCopier. Straightforward.

    Next I used synchronisation with Outlook. I intended to weed out double
    entries, entries from former jobs etc., harmonise the naming convention,
    (last name, christian name for all) and things like that. I could transfer
    everything to the PC, and kept half of the names, edited them, added a few
    new ones (20 members of my choir...) in Outlook). Then I erased the
    phone's memory. When resynchronising, I dit not find the harmonised names
    in the phones. Actually, when I tried a
    second time after emptying the phone's memory, I ended with 4 out of 120
    names...

    The back-up from Content Copier could be copied back, to my luck of course
    because it is quicker to erase half of the entries than to enter the other
    half using the phone-keyboard.

    Now, after closing down the PC, on restart I get a blue screen again,
    without message, just some adresses. When restarting I get the option to
    re-establish the last confguration that had worked OK.
    I got interested in Phone-editor, but like you, I saw the phone-connection
    icon crossed out.

    Also for me: any idea's??

    L.








  6. #6
    Mike MacSween
    Guest

    Re: Phone editor with 6210

    Try Andy's suggestion above. This seems to work fine with 6210.

    Mike

    "Loekie Ratelkous" <l[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Mike MacSween" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I'm using PC Suite. 4.81 with a 6210. This, according to the Nokia site,

    > is
    > > the correct one for a PC with Win XP.
    > >
    > > I can't get Phone Editor to connect. The picture of a phone in the

    > bottom
    > > right hand corner has a cross through it. No SMS message, contact etc.

    > But
    > > Connection Manager find the phone just fine, and PCSync works. Oh IR
    > > connection by the way.
    > >
    > > Any ideas?

    >
    >
    > I have the same phone 6210, same Windows XP, same version of PC Suite, and
    > the same experience.
    > I have struggled with an older version first, but that did nothing.
    > Then I used version 4.81, which could connect once (e.g. using content
    > copier). The second contact invariably would result in a blue screen
    > mentioning as a stop-message something like 'bad pool caller'and some
    > long HEX adresses. Restarting the PC brought me back to computer uage.
    >
    > I joined this group 10 days ago and searched for 6210, IrDa and 4.81
    > consecutive, but found nothing. Some days ago someone mentioned, that the
    > IrDa-settings should not assign it for photo-transfer (or something like
    > that). Done that, and I could work.
    >
    > First I made a back-up using ContentCopier. Straightforward.
    >
    > Next I used synchronisation with Outlook. I intended to weed out double
    > entries, entries from former jobs etc., harmonise the naming convention,
    > (last name, christian name for all) and things like that. I could transfer
    > everything to the PC, and kept half of the names, edited them, added a few
    > new ones (20 members of my choir...) in Outlook). Then I erased the
    > phone's memory. When resynchronising, I dit not find the harmonised names
    > in the phones. Actually, when I tried a
    > second time after emptying the phone's memory, I ended with 4 out of 120
    > names...
    >
    > The back-up from Content Copier could be copied back, to my luck of course
    > because it is quicker to erase half of the entries than to enter the other
    > half using the phone-keyboard.
    >
    > Now, after closing down the PC, on restart I get a blue screen again,
    > without message, just some adresses. When restarting I get the option to
    > re-establish the last confguration that had worked OK.
    > I got interested in Phone-editor, but like you, I saw the phone-connection
    > icon crossed out.
    >
    > Also for me: any idea's??
    >
    > L.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >






  7. #7
    Loekie Ratelkous
    Guest

    Re: Phone editor with 6210

    Thank you, I'l do that. I had read his message just after answering yours.
    But I wait until my ADSL-connection is working (I ordered one friday).
    Will report back ASAP.

    L.


    "Mike MacSween" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    news:[email protected]
    > Try Andy's suggestion above. This seems to work fine with 6210.
    >
    > Mike
    >
    > "Loekie Ratelkous" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > "Mike MacSween" <[email protected]> schreef in

    bericht
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > I'm using PC Suite. 4.81 with a 6210. This, according to the Nokia

    site,
    > > is
    > > > the correct one for a PC with Win XP.
    > > >
    > > > I can't get Phone Editor to connect. The picture of a phone in the

    > > bottom
    > > > right hand corner has a cross through it. No SMS message, contact

    etc.
    > > But
    > > > Connection Manager find the phone just fine, and PCSync works. Oh IR
    > > > connection by the way.
    > > >
    > > > Any ideas?

    > >
    > >
    > > I have the same phone 6210, same Windows XP, same version of PC Suite,

    and
    > > the same experience.
    > > I have struggled with an older version first, but that did nothing.
    > > Then I used version 4.81, which could connect once (e.g. using content
    > > copier). The second contact invariably would result in a blue screen
    > > mentioning as a stop-message something like 'bad pool caller'and some
    > > long HEX adresses. Restarting the PC brought me back to computer uage.
    > >
    > > I joined this group 10 days ago and searched for 6210, IrDa and 4.81
    > > consecutive, but found nothing. Some days ago someone mentioned, that

    the
    > > IrDa-settings should not assign it for photo-transfer (or something

    like
    > > that). Done that, and I could work.
    > >
    > > First I made a back-up using ContentCopier. Straightforward.
    > >
    > > Next I used synchronisation with Outlook. I intended to weed out

    double
    > > entries, entries from former jobs etc., harmonise the naming

    convention,
    > > (last name, christian name for all) and things like that. I could

    transfer
    > > everything to the PC, and kept half of the names, edited them, added a

    few
    > > new ones (20 members of my choir...) in Outlook). Then I erased the
    > > phone's memory. When resynchronising, I dit not find the harmonised

    names
    > > in the phones. Actually, when I tried a
    > > second time after emptying the phone's memory, I ended with 4 out of

    120
    > > names...
    > >
    > > The back-up from Content Copier could be copied back, to my luck of

    course
    > > because it is quicker to erase half of the entries than to enter the

    other
    > > half using the phone-keyboard.
    > >
    > > Now, after closing down the PC, on restart I get a blue screen again,
    > > without message, just some adresses. When restarting I get the option

    to
    > > re-establish the last confguration that had worked OK.
    > > I got interested in Phone-editor, but like you, I saw the

    phone-connection
    > > icon crossed out.
    > >
    > > Also for me: any idea's??
    > >
    > > L.
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






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