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  1. #1
    ABC
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    Have a cark-91 factory fitted to a Nissan Primera SVE. I've tried to use my
    old 6210 (which should be compatible with the unit) in the cradle, which is
    recognised by the in-car system, but it will only display the last dialled
    number.

    It should give you a menu where you can navigate the phone book and select
    any phonebook entry to call.

    Has anyone seen this problem before?

    I'm wondering if it's the 6210 firmware.






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  2. #2
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Cark-91 problem with a Nissan Primera

    "ABC" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Have a cark-91 factory fitted to a Nissan Primera SVE.
    > I've tried to use my old 6210 (which should be compatible
    > with the unit) in the cradle, which is recognised by the
    > in-car system, but it will only display the last dialled
    > number.
    > It should give you a menu where you can navigate the
    > phone book and select any phonebook entry to call.
    >
    > Has anyone seen this problem before?
    >
    > I'm wondering if it's the 6210 firmware.


    The fact that you're putting it in a car kit should make no difference to
    the operation of the phone except that the received audio comes out of the
    speaker and your voice is picked up by the external microphone.

    If the phone works out of the kit it should work exactly the same in it.
    Are you saying this isn't happening..?


    Ivor





  3. #3
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Cark-91 problem with a Nissan Primera



    "Stephen (Sausagefans.com)" <[email protected]> wrote
    in message news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > harrogate3 @ntlworld.com says...
    > > Remote SIM - what the H is that?
    > >
    > > Any phone should work in any car cradle designed to
    > > work with it - period.

    >
    > You might wish to google with it. From your post I
    > assumed you could not access the phone book on the kit
    > itself??? If not this is because it does not support
    > remote SIM which is some sort of technology which allows
    > the kit itself to access your sim.


    Eh..? The CARK-91 consists of a cradle, control unit, microphone and
    speaker, nothing else. You operate the phone using the phone's keypad and
    the sound comes from the speaker. Your voice is picked up from the
    microphone. How can/why would the "kit" want or need to access the SIM..?

    If a phone works out of a CARK-91 it should work in it. I've had one in my
    car for over 4 years and have used a 6150, 6210 and 6310i with no problems
    whatever.

    Ivor





  4. #4
    abc
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    Re: Cark-91 problem with a Nissan Primera


    "ABC" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Have a cark-91 factory fitted to a Nissan Primera SVE. I've tried to use
    > my old 6210 (which should be compatible with the unit) in the cradle,
    > which is recognised by the in-car system, but it will only display the
    > last dialled number.
    >
    > It should give you a menu where you can navigate the phone book and select
    > any phonebook entry to call.
    >
    > Has anyone seen this problem before?
    >
    > I'm wondering if it's the 6210 firmware.
    >
    >
    >


    Thanks guys. I'll try looking at remote sim, as looking at the Primera
    manual, it does say something about downloading the phonebook from the SIM
    card to the car.





  5. #5
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Cark-91 problem with a Nissan Primera

    "Stephen (Sausagefans.com)" <[email protected]> wrote
    in message news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected]lid says...
    > > Eh..? The CARK-91 consists of a cradle, control unit,
    > > microphone and speaker, nothing else. You operate the
    > > phone using the phone's keypad and the sound comes from
    > > the speaker. Your voice is picked up from the
    > > microphone. How can/why would the "kit" want or need to
    > > access the SIM..?
    > >
    > > If a phone works out of a CARK-91 it should work in it.
    > > I've had one in my car for over 4 years and have used a
    > > 6150, 6210 and 6310i with no problems whatever.

    >
    > Eh? I am reading the original post where it says:
    >
    > "which is
    > recognised by the in-car system, but it will only display
    > the last dialled
    > number.
    >
    > It should give you a menu where you can navigate the
    > phone book and select
    > any phonebook entry to call."
    >
    > This leads me to assume that it is more than a CARK-91
    > and to assume that the kit integrates with further
    > gubbins in the car by downloading or accessing the phones
    > sim.


    Hmm. He said a CARK-91 which I read as being a CARK-91. An in-car system
    isn't a CARK-91 even if it is connected to one.

    Ivor





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