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  1. #1
    Al Foyle
    Guest
    Any of you guys use the Oxygen Manager II software?

    I got a geniune Nokia CA-42 cable which replaces the DKU-5 cable. I
    downloaded the latest available PC Suite (Ver. 6.7.something) and
    installed it. It was able to recognise the Nokia. I could add new
    contacts, backup phone book, etc.

    However, due to its limited functionality, such as being unable to edit
    contacts, import contacts from other applications or files, such as csv
    files, or even export the phone book data to something that other apps
    could read I decided to give this Oxygen Manager a go.

    I downloaded it, then ran the connection wizard. It told me that it
    couldn't connect and advised to shut down the Nokia software, which I
    did (the graphics that it had as an example looks nothing like what I
    see here). I had to tell the Nokia software that no connection was
    currently available.

    I repeated the Oxygen Manager's connection wizard. This time it picked
    up the 2280. I then went to the manager program itself. However, it is
    not seeing the Nokia.

    I'm just wondering if any of you guys are using this program and perhaps
    may know what I'm doing wrong.

    It's a tad frustrating.

    Alternatively, is there anything else out there that'll allow me the
    ability to back up or copy to PC, the phone book, edit it, save it as a
    delimited text file, etc.?

    The Nokia software's sync feature doesn't support Palm PDAs,
    unfortunately. Given its limited functionality, it's not surprising that
    it's free to download.

    Thanks


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  2. #2
    Oxygen Software
    Guest

    Re: Oxygen Manager and Nokia 2280 CDMA Connection Issues



    --
    Hello!

    Please, check if you do everything correctly:
    1. If your data cable is USB, you should install virtual COM port emulation
    driver BEFORE you plug the cable in the PC. At the moment of installation
    antivirus and ACPI function should be switched off;
    2. You should set the value of COM port transfer rate at 115200 bit/s in
    'Start'-> 'settings' -> 'control panel'-> 'system'-> 'hardware'-> 'device
    manager'-> 'ports COM & LPT'-> a right click at the port needed->
    'Properties'-> 'Port parameters'-> 'speed/ rate' (for WindowsXP 'Start'->
    'control panel'-> 'switch to classic view'-> 'system'-> 'hardware'-> 'device
    manager'-> 'ports COM & LPT'-> a right click at the port needed->
    'Properties'-> 'Port parameters'-> 'speed'/ 'rate');
    3. Only one connection type can be chosen in our program in 'tools'->
    'options'-> 'connection and common'-> connection. There are two variants of
    settings to choose:
    a) 'DKU-5/CA-42' option selection, all others deselected;
    b) press 'add port' button, choose the right port configured for the cable
    connectivity and in the column opposite to it choose the connection type
    'DLR-3/DLR-3p'.
    4. If you have Nokia Connection Manager installed in your PC, you should
    deselect cable connectivity in it to avoid interference just before you
    connect the phone to our program.
    Does this help you?

    If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Best regards, Galina Rabotenko
    Oxygen Software - tools for your mobile phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your mobile phone.

    [email protected]
    www.oxygensoftware.com
    "Al Foyle" <[email protected]> ???????/???????? ? ???????? ?????????:
    news:[email protected]
    > Any of you guys use the Oxygen Manager II software?
    >
    > I got a geniune Nokia CA-42 cable which replaces the DKU-5 cable. I
    > downloaded the latest available PC Suite (Ver. 6.7.something) and
    > installed it. It was able to recognise the Nokia. I could add new
    > contacts, backup phone book, etc.
    >
    > However, due to its limited functionality, such as being unable to edit
    > contacts, import contacts from other applications or files, such as csv
    > files, or even export the phone book data to something that other apps
    > could read I decided to give this Oxygen Manager a go.
    >
    > I downloaded it, then ran the connection wizard. It told me that it
    > couldn't connect and advised to shut down the Nokia software, which I
    > did (the graphics that it had as an example looks nothing like what I
    > see here). I had to tell the Nokia software that no connection was
    > currently available.
    >
    > I repeated the Oxygen Manager's connection wizard. This time it picked
    > up the 2280. I then went to the manager program itself. However, it is
    > not seeing the Nokia.
    >
    > I'm just wondering if any of you guys are using this program and perhaps
    > may know what I'm doing wrong.
    >
    > It's a tad frustrating.
    >
    > Alternatively, is there anything else out there that'll allow me the
    > ability to back up or copy to PC, the phone book, edit it, save it as a
    > delimited text file, etc.?
    >
    > The Nokia software's sync feature doesn't support Palm PDAs,
    > unfortunately. Given its limited functionality, it's not surprising that
    > it's free to download.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
    > Inviato da X-Privat.Org - Registrazione gratuita

    http://www.x-privat.org/join.php





  3. #3
    Oxygen Software
    Guest

    Re: Oxygen Manager and Nokia 2280 CDMA Connection Issues



    --
    Hello!

    Please, check if you do everything correctly:
    1. If your data cable is USB, you should install virtual COM port emulation
    driver BEFORE you plug the cable in the PC. At the moment of installation
    antivirus and ACPI function should be switched off;
    2. You should set the value of COM port transfer rate at 115200 bit/s in
    'Start'-> 'settings' -> 'control panel'-> 'system'-> 'hardware'-> 'device
    manager'-> 'ports COM & LPT'-> a right click at the port needed->
    'Properties'-> 'Port parameters'-> 'speed/ rate' (for WindowsXP 'Start'->
    'control panel'-> 'switch to classic view'-> 'system'-> 'hardware'-> 'device
    manager'-> 'ports COM & LPT'-> a right click at the port needed->
    'Properties'-> 'Port parameters'-> 'speed'/ 'rate');
    3. Only one connection type can be chosen in our program in 'tools'->
    'options'-> 'connection and common'-> connection. If you are using a genuine
    Nokia DKU-5/CA-42 cable, there are two variants of settings to choose:
    a) 'DKU-5/CA-42' option selection, all others deselected;
    b) press 'add port' button, choose the right port configured for the cable
    connectivity and in the column opposite to it choose the connection type
    'DLR-3/DLR-3p'.
    4. If you have Nokia Connection Manager installed in your PC, you should
    deselect cable connectivity in it to avoid interference just before you
    connect the phone to our program.
    Does this help you?

    If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Best regards, Galina Rabotenko
    Oxygen Software - tools for your mobile phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your mobile phone.

    [email protected]
    www.oxygensoftware.com
    "Al Foyle" <[email protected]> ???????/???????? ? ???????? ?????????:
    news:[email protected]
    > Any of you guys use the Oxygen Manager II software?
    >
    > I got a geniune Nokia CA-42 cable which replaces the DKU-5 cable. I
    > downloaded the latest available PC Suite (Ver. 6.7.something) and
    > installed it. It was able to recognise the Nokia. I could add new
    > contacts, backup phone book, etc.
    >
    > However, due to its limited functionality, such as being unable to edit
    > contacts, import contacts from other applications or files, such as csv
    > files, or even export the phone book data to something that other apps
    > could read I decided to give this Oxygen Manager a go.
    >
    > I downloaded it, then ran the connection wizard. It told me that it
    > couldn't connect and advised to shut down the Nokia software, which I
    > did (the graphics that it had as an example looks nothing like what I
    > see here). I had to tell the Nokia software that no connection was
    > currently available.
    >
    > I repeated the Oxygen Manager's connection wizard. This time it picked
    > up the 2280. I then went to the manager program itself. However, it is
    > not seeing the Nokia.
    >
    > I'm just wondering if any of you guys are using this program and perhaps
    > may know what I'm doing wrong.
    >
    > It's a tad frustrating.
    >
    > Alternatively, is there anything else out there that'll allow me the
    > ability to back up or copy to PC, the phone book, edit it, save it as a
    > delimited text file, etc.?
    >
    > The Nokia software's sync feature doesn't support Palm PDAs,
    > unfortunately. Given its limited functionality, it's not surprising that
    > it's free to download.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
    > Inviato da X-Privat.Org - Registrazione gratuita

    http://www.x-privat.org/join.php





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