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  1. #1
    Xavier Onassis
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    I've installed PCSCM on my WinXP machine and can connect my LG5350 via USB
    and go online. I've installed Sprint's PCS Connection Manager software on my
    Windows 98SE machine. Then when I launch the app and connect phone via USB
    to machine my PC still doesn't see that phone is connected.

    Any advice on making PCS Connection Manager see my phone is connected to my
    Win98SE machine?

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  2. #2
    surge52
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    Re: PCS Connection Manager and Win98SE

    Not sure how to get the 5350 going specifically with the PCS Connection
    Manager via Win 98SE, but I was successful getting the 5350 going via the
    default Windows Dialer using the standard #777 as the Vision connect code.

    Now I'm presuming you've got a Futuredial USB cable. If you bought it from
    Radio Shack or from an Ebay vendor, then that's what you probably have.

    First, go to Futuredial at http://www.futuredial.com and go to the driver
    download page. Look for the Prolific driver for SnapSync under the Samsung
    driver downloads. This will download the generic Prolific USB to RS-232c
    driver. Don't worry about it being under the Samsumg downloads... it works
    with lots of phones using a USB to RS-232c converter. Next, set the 5350 to
    use a RS-232c connection via the "Settings" menu. Then, find the Sprint
    phone modem choice in the Win 98SE modem choices and create a new modem
    using this configuration. Finally, create a new connection using #777 as the
    phone number. No username or password info is needed in the dialer since the
    phone always sends this info itself automatically.

    Took me quite awhile to figure the above out. Definitely wasn't as easy
    getting my LG 5350 on the net as it was getting my Sanyo 4900 going, but I
    do think the 5350 does a better job of it.

    "Xavier Onassis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Any advice on making PCS Connection Manager see my phone is connected to

    my
    > Win98SE machine?






  3. #3
    Xavier Onassis
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    Re: PCS Connection Manager and Win98SE

    Thanks for the detailed info, just what I was looking for.



    "surge52" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Not sure how to get the 5350 going specifically with the PCS Connection
    > Manager via Win 98SE, but I was successful getting the 5350 going via the
    > default Windows Dialer using the standard #777 as the Vision connect code.
    >
    > Now I'm presuming you've got a Futuredial USB cable. If you bought it from
    > Radio Shack or from an Ebay vendor, then that's what you probably have.
    >
    > First, go to Futuredial at http://www.futuredial.com and go to the driver
    > download page. Look for the Prolific driver for SnapSync under the Samsung
    > driver downloads. This will download the generic Prolific USB to RS-232c
    > driver. Don't worry about it being under the Samsumg downloads... it works
    > with lots of phones using a USB to RS-232c converter. Next, set the 5350

    to
    > use a RS-232c connection via the "Settings" menu. Then, find the Sprint
    > phone modem choice in the Win 98SE modem choices and create a new modem
    > using this configuration. Finally, create a new connection using #777 as

    the
    > phone number. No username or password info is needed in the dialer since

    the
    > phone always sends this info itself automatically.
    >
    > Took me quite awhile to figure the above out. Definitely wasn't as easy
    > getting my LG 5350 on the net as it was getting my Sanyo 4900 going, but I
    > do think the 5350 does a better job of it.
    >
    > "Xavier Onassis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    > > Any advice on making PCS Connection Manager see my phone is connected to

    > my
    > > Win98SE machine?

    >
    >






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