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Topic # 7573 25-Apr-2006 14:51
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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 # 33854 25-Apr-2006 16:01
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Try asking this question in the Symbian Smartphones forum instead of the Geekzone one. There are plenty of helpful and knowledgeable people in there who should be able to get you going.






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Reply # 33864 25-Apr-2006 18:01
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Thank you Juha, I've never posted anything anywhere before and was excited to think  I got such a quick reply.  May your it headaches be few.  Love the costume Michelle

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 33867 25-Apr-2006 18:14
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Costume? What costume?

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Reply # 33873 25-Apr-2006 18:35
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Sorry didn't mean to offend.  I like it.   To bad I don't know how to add my picture to these things then you would be in for a shock.  Michelle.

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