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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 7578 25-Apr-2006 18:02
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Hi can any one help me. I have recently got new cdma phone 6255 and have been trying to hook up with this nifty pc suite software that comes with it. I bought dku-2 cable from ebay and have had no luck in getting the software to reconize the phone. I downloaded driver from Nokia and it seems that the pc can see it (though I cannot access any part of it) but the software in manage connections does not give me a usb option for connecting only serial - I chose a new comm port that seems to have arrived since I loaded cable driver (comm 4) but still the software does not see my phone. Can anyone help - I would love to load some of my songs onto this phone - I seem so close yet so far away - Any help would be gratefully recieved.Kiss

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Reply # 34347 1-May-2006 08:43
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i think that due to the nokia 6255 being rather new it might only work with DKU-5 not DKU-2.
I use bluetooth connection with my nokia 6255 and its never failed. A usb bluetooth adapter is really cheap ($25NZ) and the nokia 6255 supports bluetooth

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Reply # 34406 1-May-2006 15:12
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Thank you.  I will try it with a blue tooth thingy.  Did you find that you have to load software after driver was loaded for phone.  Michelle.


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Reply # 34528 2-May-2006 13:29
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with my bluetooth adapter i didnt need any drivers so i just installed the latest nokia pc suite off

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