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# 41191 11-Sep-2009 09:44
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Hi there


I have nokia E-75 and running vista ultimate sp1. I am not able to run Pc suit smoothly. i always hated it. is there any other programs that do a a similar job? i.e backups of cal, contacts messages, send text messages from pc.


thanks.

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  # 254964 11-Sep-2009 09:48
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I use Exchange Server to sync my PIM data and email (overkill if you dont already have Exchange).
I use BluephoneElite 2 on my Mac to sync all SMS data.

Neither is a PC (Windows Desktop) solution sorry!

I often use PC Suite as well, and never had a problem with it (unless you have more than a few hundred messages in your SMS inbox)... are you running the latest version of PC Suite?

(I also have an E75).









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  # 254965 11-Sep-2009 09:51
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i don't have many sms and yes running the latest, also i have added the pc suit folder in the exceptions of my antivirus so it doesn't bother it. but still no luck.

 
 
 
 


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  # 254975 11-Sep-2009 10:47
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What is the problem?

There is also the new Ovi Suite out which is quite different.


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  # 254977 11-Sep-2009 10:59
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Unfortunately ovi suite for PC only supports selected n series phones...


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  # 254990 11-Sep-2009 11:52
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I was using ovi with my E71.

Havent touched it in a month or so, so things might have changed

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  # 254999 11-Sep-2009 12:37
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Canterbury: Unfortunately ovi suite for PC only supports selected n series phones...



Sorry but you're wrong :)

Nokia Ovi Suite 2.0 supports over 100 different Nokia S60 and S40 devices with more being added all the time. It should work on all Nokia devices based on S60 3rd Edition, S60 5th Edition, or S40 6.1 or newer.

It would be good to know what problems you're having so we further assist.

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  # 255007 11-Sep-2009 13:11
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BrentR:
Canterbury: Unfortunately ovi suite for PC only supports selected n series phones...



Sorry but you're wrong :)

Nokia Ovi Suite 2.0 supports over 100 different Nokia S60 and S40 devices with more being added all the time. It should work on all Nokia devices based on S60 3rd Edition, S60 5th Edition, or S40 6.1 or newer.

It would be good to know what problems you're having so we further assist.



Sorry, didn't know we were using betas


http://betalabs.nokia.com/betas/view/nokia-ovi-suite-20
updated 3/09/09 - "known issues"


otherwise 
http://www.ovi.com/services/support/subpage?id=guid-f3a68468-c1e9-11dd-ad8b-0800200c9a66〈=en-US&lid=storeftrpromo2nli


which according to their site only supports several n series


 
 
 
 


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  # 255013 11-Sep-2009 13:52
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OP wanted alternatives to PC Suite, they have been provided :)

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  # 255024 11-Sep-2009 14:37
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Nokia PC suite is great

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