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Topic # 9057 16-Aug-2006 09:57
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Hi

What can the applications that come with the A920 do?


Can you Text from the A920 using your keyboard if it is connected to your computer. (nokia can)?

Its looks and feels like such a good phone. It would be a shame if it didnt deliver in areas that I need.

thx






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  Reply # 44086 16-Aug-2006 10:10
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what nokia on Telecom are you doing this with?

as far as i know, this is not possible with any current telecom phone.

nokia pc suite has the functionality, but only for gsm phones, not cdma.




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  Reply # 44087 16-Aug-2006 10:16
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tonyhughes: what nokia on Telecom are you doing this with?

as far as i know, this is not possible with any current telecom phone.

nokia pc suite has the functionality, but only for gsm phones, not cdma.


Opps.. I stand corrected. Sorry I downloaded ther Nokia PC Suit to have a look at it and though Texting from Computer Key board would work..as the capability looked to be there.




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  Reply # 44321 19-Aug-2006 15:48
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Ive written a python ptogram to do that, works though a html interface..
Your welcome to use it if you want
Its a little bit of a hacked way as it uses QXDM to send key presses to the phone rather then sending it direlcly over PPP as the nokia GSM phones can

As for your first questions, no computer applications come with the phone




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  Reply # 44360 20-Aug-2006 08:41
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thx everyone.. Your advice really helped...




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