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  1. #1
    Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437
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    Recently I upgraded the firmware in my 6310i to v5.50.
    After that I experienced some troubles with trying to
    enable SMS delivery confirmations. For some reason, the
    availability of the appropriate menu entry became SIM-
    card-dependent. But that is not all...

    The whole purpose of this upgrade was to make my 6310i
    communicate with iPaq h2215. As I dicovered, it did not
    help much. BT connections seem to disconnect immediately
    after they are established. Nokia beeps and shows a
    message that my iPaq disconnected while iPaq is waiting
    for the connection to establish. I believe that Nokia is
    the one who initiates the disconnection. The devices can
    see each other but they cannot connect successfully.

    An attempt to use IR was not successfull either. The
    devices could see each other but I could not synchronize
    address books on them. At most I could beam a single
    entry from iPaq to Nokia.

    Are all these problems the known ones? Is there any
    workaround known?


    Cheers,
    /Sergey





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  2. #2
    G
    Guest

    Re: 6310i v5.50 does not work with iPaq2215

    Can't help as I use a palm, but my SJ30 with a BT memory stick has worked
    with 6310i v5.22 ok for a dial-up connection. Check out this site, as it
    has some guides that may help with the BT side of things.

    http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=449


    "Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s01...
    > Recently I upgraded the firmware in my 6310i to v5.50.
    > After that I experienced some troubles with trying to
    > enable SMS delivery confirmations. For some reason, the
    > availability of the appropriate menu entry became SIM-
    > card-dependent. But that is not all...
    >
    > The whole purpose of this upgrade was to make my 6310i
    > communicate with iPaq h2215. As I dicovered, it did not
    > help much. BT connections seem to disconnect immediately
    > after they are established. Nokia beeps and shows a
    > message that my iPaq disconnected while iPaq is waiting
    > for the connection to establish. I believe that Nokia is
    > the one who initiates the disconnection. The devices can
    > see each other but they cannot connect successfully.
    >
    > An attempt to use IR was not successfull either. The
    > devices could see each other but I could not synchronize
    > address books on them. At most I could beam a single
    > entry from iPaq to Nokia.
    >
    > Are all these problems the known ones? Is there any
    > workaround known?
    >
    >
    > Cheers,
    > /Sergey
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: 6310i v5.50 does not work with iPaq2215


    "Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s01...
    > Recently I upgraded the firmware in my 6310i to v5.50.


    How was it upgraded? If you used someone that utilised the cheap China
    flasher, they probably used patched flash files - that could be a problem.

    > After that I experienced some troubles with trying to
    > enable SMS delivery confirmations. For some reason, the
    > availability of the appropriate menu entry became SIM-
    > card-dependent. But that is not all...


    It is SIM/Network dependent.

    > The whole purpose of this upgrade was to make my 6310i
    > communicate with iPaq h2215. As I dicovered, it did not
    > help much. BT connections seem to disconnect immediately
    > after they are established. Nokia beeps and shows a
    > message that my iPaq disconnected while iPaq is waiting
    > for the connection to establish. I believe that Nokia is
    > the one who initiates the disconnection. The devices can
    > see each other but they cannot connect successfully.


    See my response to your first question.

    > An attempt to use IR was not successfull either. The
    > devices could see each other but I could not synchronize
    > address books on them. At most I could beam a single
    > entry from iPaq to Nokia.


    Hmm.... IR is usually pretty reliable. Not too sure here to be honest.

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  4. #4
    Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437
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    Re: 6310i v5.50 does not work with iPaq2215

    Richard Colton wrote:
    > "Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > message news:[email protected]_s01...
    >> Recently I upgraded the firmware in my 6310i to v5.50.

    >
    > How was it upgraded? If you used someone that utilised the cheap
    > China flasher, they probably used patched flash files - that could be
    > a problem.

    It was upgraded at the local level 3 Nokia service center. I have
    not seen the process of update myself but I believe the used an
    approved equipment and firmware...

    >> After that I experienced some troubles with trying to
    >> enable SMS delivery confirmations. For some reason, the
    >> availability of the appropriate menu entry became SIM-
    >> card-dependent. But that is not all...

    >
    > It is SIM/Network dependent.

    Hmm... But I used to have this menu entry with the same card and
    on the same network before I did the upgrade. Which gives that
    the new firmware became picky if it shows this menu option or not.
    I was able to stick another SIM, then I got the option in the
    menu. I set it to "On", slid the old SIM in, and now I can have
    delivery confirmations while an appropriate menu is not visible.

    >> An attempt to use IR was not successfull either. The
    >> devices could see each other but I could not synchronize
    >> address books on them. At most I could beam a single
    >> entry from iPaq to Nokia.

    >
    > Hmm.... IR is usually pretty reliable. Not too sure here to be
    > honest.

    Well, my next question may be dumb, but how can I send the whole
    address book from 6310i to my iPaq?


    /evol





  5. #5
    Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437
    Guest

    Re: 6310i v5.50 does not work with iPaq2215

    G wrote:
    > Can't help as I use a palm, but my SJ30 with a BT memory stick has
    > worked with 6310i v5.22 ok for a dial-up connection. Check out this
    > site, as it has some guides that may help with the BT side of things.
    >
    > http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=449


    That is an interesting site, I'll put it in my bookmarks.
    Thanks!





  6. #6
    Moby
    Guest

    Re: 6310i v5.50 does not work with iPaq2215

    Hi Sergey,
    I am in Australia, and have a 6310i and used to have a Palm Tungsten T
    PDA. Everything to do with phone <--> Tungsten worked fine thru
    bluetooth.

    Had the phone upgraded to 5.22 so that I could link BT to my laptop.

    Now I get the same prob as you. Try to check SMSs with FunSMS, phone
    connects, disconnects, connects, disconnects...

    Have now sold the Tungsten T and bought a Clie UX50G.

    Installed FunSMS, same problem.

    Using the supplied SMS program, same problem.
    There is no 6310i driver on the Clie, just a generic GSM driver.

    However, there was an inserted slip of paper, that mentioned if there
    was a connection problem to the phone, then ammend the initialization
    string sent to the phone to see if it helps.

    It did! Any Clie supplied phone utils connect OK with the modified
    driver.

    FunSMS still doesnt, so I suspect it uses it's own initialization.
    string.

    Initial initialization string is
    X1E0+CMEE=1;+CSCS="GSM";V1;+CGSMS=3;+CNMI=3,1,2,0,0

    The modified string is
    X1E0+CMEE=1;+CSCS="GSM";V1

    So, I gather the extra ;+CGSMS=3;+CNMI=3,1,2,0,0 is interfering with
    the new firmware.

    I suspect that any software that causes the connect, disconnect
    problem is send extra stuff the phone dont like!!

    On Wed, 05 Nov 2003 16:52:30 GMT, "Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Recently I upgraded the firmware in my 6310i to v5.50.
    >After that I experienced some troubles with trying to
    >enable SMS delivery confirmations. For some reason, the
    >availability of the appropriate menu entry became SIM-
    >card-dependent. But that is not all...
    >
    >The whole purpose of this upgrade was to make my 6310i
    >communicate with iPaq h2215. As I dicovered, it did not
    >help much. BT connections seem to disconnect immediately
    >after they are established. Nokia beeps and shows a
    >message that my iPaq disconnected while iPaq is waiting
    >for the connection to establish. I believe that Nokia is
    >the one who initiates the disconnection. The devices can
    >see each other but they cannot connect successfully.
    >
    >An attempt to use IR was not successfull either. The
    >devices could see each other but I could not synchronize
    >address books on them. At most I could beam a single
    >entry from iPaq to Nokia.
    >
    >Are all these problems the known ones? Is there any
    >workaround known?
    >
    >
    >Cheers,
    >/Sergey
    >




    Regards,

    Moby

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  7. #7
    Faza
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    Re: 6310i v5.50 does not work with iPaq2215

    Dear Mobi,

    Interesting thing!

    I have Dell Ax5 with Belkin Bluetooth PDA CF adapter. Installed software for
    BT:
    - Belkin's BT drivers and BT Manager,
    - SMS Manager v1.0.6 (trial, expires soon :-(

    I couldn't find any place where I can change initialization string.
    Can you comment this?

    Thank you.



    "Moby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi Sergey,
    > I am in Australia, and have a 6310i and used to have a Palm Tungsten T
    > PDA. Everything to do with phone <--> Tungsten worked fine thru
    > bluetooth.
    >
    > Had the phone upgraded to 5.22 so that I could link BT to my laptop.
    >
    > Now I get the same prob as you. Try to check SMSs with FunSMS, phone
    > connects, disconnects, connects, disconnects...
    >
    > Have now sold the Tungsten T and bought a Clie UX50G.
    >
    > Installed FunSMS, same problem.
    >
    > Using the supplied SMS program, same problem.
    > There is no 6310i driver on the Clie, just a generic GSM driver.
    >
    > However, there was an inserted slip of paper, that mentioned if there
    > was a connection problem to the phone, then ammend the initialization
    > string sent to the phone to see if it helps.
    >
    > It did! Any Clie supplied phone utils connect OK with the modified
    > driver.
    >
    > FunSMS still doesnt, so I suspect it uses it's own initialization.
    > string.
    >
    > Initial initialization string is
    > X1E0+CMEE=1;+CSCS="GSM";V1;+CGSMS=3;+CNMI=3,1,2,0,0
    >
    > The modified string is
    > X1E0+CMEE=1;+CSCS="GSM";V1
    >
    > So, I gather the extra ;+CGSMS=3;+CNMI=3,1,2,0,0 is interfering with
    > the new firmware.
    >
    > I suspect that any software that causes the connect, disconnect
    > problem is send extra stuff the phone dont like!!
    >
    > On Wed, 05 Nov 2003 16:52:30 GMT, "Sergey A. Maslyakov 864753437"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >Recently I upgraded the firmware in my 6310i to v5.50.
    > >After that I experienced some troubles with trying to
    > >enable SMS delivery confirmations. For some reason, the
    > >availability of the appropriate menu entry became SIM-
    > >card-dependent. But that is not all...
    > >
    > >The whole purpose of this upgrade was to make my 6310i
    > >communicate with iPaq h2215. As I dicovered, it did not
    > >help much. BT connections seem to disconnect immediately
    > >after they are established. Nokia beeps and shows a
    > >message that my iPaq disconnected while iPaq is waiting
    > >for the connection to establish. I believe that Nokia is
    > >the one who initiates the disconnection. The devices can
    > >see each other but they cannot connect successfully.
    > >
    > >An attempt to use IR was not successfull either. The
    > >devices could see each other but I could not synchronize
    > >address books on them. At most I could beam a single
    > >entry from iPaq to Nokia.
    > >
    > >Are all these problems the known ones? Is there any
    > >workaround known?
    > >
    > >
    > >Cheers,
    > >/Sergey
    > >

    >
    >
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Moby
    >
    > ===================================================================
    > Alan Stuart downunder in Perth, Oz
    > Email: [email protected]
    >
    > Homepage: http://www.moby58.com
    > Local Weather: http://www.moby58.com/wx
    > Stuff for sale: http://www.moby58.com/forsale
    >
    >
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