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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6085 24-Dec-2005 21:54
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When I am trying to connet my Nokia 6600 phone via connection manager in Nokia pc suite
this message pop up.

anybody know solution for this.

please advice.



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Reply # 25314 24-Dec-2005 22:49
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What message my ESP skills are still in training

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Reply # 25315 24-Dec-2005 22:52
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Cannot authenticate phone ooooppppppppsssss can see it now LOL

Are you using the latest sync software from the site


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 25318 24-Dec-2005 23:06
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My os is Windows xp sp2

My nokia pc suite version is 6.7.22

but still when i try to connect via bluetooth by nokia pc suite connection manager
the message is "cannot authenticate phone"


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 25873 8-Jan-2006 05:31
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Hi ppl. I have the same problem, the same pc suite version, and the same msg. some help would be very wellcome! lol Tks

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 26480 15-Jan-2006 02:23
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When using a Bluetooth connection, you have to authorise the connection between your Nokia phone and your PC. Do this by selecting Yes when the connection request appears on the phone's display. Alternatively, you can set your PC as authorised, which means that individual connections between your phone and your PC do not need a separate authorisation. Go to the Paired devices view on your phone, scroll to the PC, and select Options. Select Set as authorised.

Above from Nokia site

Hope this helps

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