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Topic # 9435 16-Sep-2006 12:50
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Im looking at getting a desktop charger/stand for my Nokia 6265.

I have come accross these, they are said to work for the Nokia 6260 so i was just wondering if they would work for a 6265. I assume that if they have exactly the same Pop Port type than it should be ok. 

Can anyone clarify if the 6260 & 6265 have the same pop port connection?

Heres what im looking at getting (One is after market, one is original nokia):

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=70276884

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=014&item=330005336348&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWA%3AIT&rd=1


I think they require the biggier mm type chargers to power them.

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  Reply # 46266 16-Sep-2006 13:26
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Yes the 6265 needs  the smaller charger plug, these do not have it


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  Reply # 46267 16-Sep-2006 13:28
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i am not a fan of the new smaller plug. Doesnt feel as solid as the old one...




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  Reply # 46271 16-Sep-2006 13:39
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Yes i worry Im going to break it



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  Reply # 46272 16-Sep-2006 14:20
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Yes the 6265 needs  the smaller charger plug, these do not have it




Yep but do these chargers charge via the pop port?

As stated earlier i was wanting to know if the 6260 and the 6265 share the same pop port. I think they do as they can use the same data cable.

The charger is pluged into the Back of the stand. Ive got heaps of the bigger sized chargers around the place so wont have to purchase one.

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  Reply # 46273 16-Sep-2006 14:53
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Ah yes the pop port is the same

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  Reply # 46274 16-Sep-2006 15:26
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Look for one that will work with the Nokia 6280, as this is the GSM form factor equivalent of the CDMA 6265.










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  Reply # 47430 3-Oct-2006 18:14
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Yay the Nokia one off Ebay works (with with minor mods). Very impressed with my $20 desktop stand/charger.

Really convenient and completes my desk!

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