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Topic # 3751 27-Mar-2005 13:26
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Got myself a Nokia 3205 not that long ago. After trying to use a cheapie DKU-5 cable with no success I have had a little luck getting my laptop to acknowledge that my phone is there using infrared.

However I cannot get any of the versions of the PC Suite to be compatible with my phone. Has anyone actually managed to get their 3205 to work with the PC Suite?? If so which version was it? Even if a 3rd party progam would go that'd be fine too.

So far the following editions don't seem to be compatible:
6.41.6
5.64

MobiMB doesn't seem to do much either :-S


All I want to use it for is to download photo messages and upload a few ringtones pretty much.

Cheers

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Reply # 13865 29-Mar-2005 15:05
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I got mine working with the Offical copy from Nokia's website...
If you want my copy, since I know it works...email me on chris1nz@hotmail.com and I'll reply with it zipped up etc...would be recommended if u have a gmail addy coz I'm not quite sure how big it is...but yeah :)


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