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Seymourbutt

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#2598 25-Oct-2004 10:34
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Anybody know where to get phone drivers for Nokia 6230. Palm say they are not available yet. Does anybody know of any 3rd party drivers or a workaround for this problem.
I can connect to internet through PDA and surf and check mail etc. Cannot send SMS messages via Blutooth to phone. Phone just goes into remote SIM mode. Cannot use dialler function from PDA via Bluetooth.

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craigbov
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  #9628 26-Oct-2004 14:00
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have u tried this guide???

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=1236

Seymourbutt

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  #9629 26-Oct-2004 15:04
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Guide does not help as I can already connect to GPRS. I use the drivers for a Nokia 6310i or standard drivers and both work equally well. The problem is, if I use these drivers for SMS or Phone Dialler Applications then I get the 'Remote Sim' error. So, what I am looking for is the drivers for 6230 or a workaround.

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Candygogo
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#9969 6-Nov-2004 03:48
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Are you talking about the Phonelink program that comes with the T3?

Well, from what I understand, there aren't any drivers out there for new phones--and there's no word if new drivres are coming out. There's supposed to be a upgrade from the PalmOne website for Phonelink, but it's many months old. I know because I was trying to get my NGage to connect with my T3 it would get spotty service. When I started using my Nokia 3650, the connection was much smoother. If I'm not mistaken, there's a "Standard GSM" option for connections; you could try that.


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