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Topic # 7222 29-Mar-2006 17:39
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Hi All,
I am a new poster at geekzone.
I have taken a new Nokia 6255. I Installed Nokia PC Suite 6.4 on my PC. I connected my PC to my phone. First it installed all the drivers. For one time it showed all the folders on my phone. But now its not showing any folders on my phone other than the memory card.

Can previous users or experts give me information regarding this problem? I also wanna know whether i can install applications on my phone like games or themes or anything at all.

Thanks a lot in advance. Waiting for ur replies...


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Reply # 31734 29-Mar-2006 21:50
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You need to use application installer to install gmes/apps. Its part of PC Suite.

The 6255 does NOT support themes

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Reply # 31742 30-Mar-2006 02:06
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ok now i know that pc cuite works....
but now what about my connectivity issue,, can someone suggest a solution to that


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Reply # 31743 30-Mar-2006 03:06
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Don't go poking about folders that aren't you media, just opening "openwave" killed mine.. unsure why.

you might like to consider mobimb or some similar alternative, catch is,,, you have to pauy for it.

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Reply # 31746 30-Mar-2006 03:38
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can u elaborate yaar????? i am confused now.. tell me what i should do to get my pc to show all folders on my phone
right now it shows only the memory card

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