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Anonymous
April 18, 2004 10:52:31 PM

Archived from groups: alt.cellular.nokia,comp.sys.psion.apps,comp.sys.psion.misc (More info?)

Since my touch screen rejected my touch and then died altogether I have
transferred my affection to said Nokia 9210i, which I stupidly thought
being Symbian, would be similar.

I have backups on my PC of my 5mx files and I want to use these on the
Nokia 9210i. As the 5mx's screen is now dead I can't see to transfer any
data I could convert on the 5mx(save as CSV for e.g.). In any case I
had to remove PsiWin before I could install the Nokia software (Which
did not de-install properly, leaving annoying traces in Outlook; as, I
think, a result I can't get the Nokia calendar sync. to work).

Is there a PC utility(please don't say PsiWin!) that will convert Sheet
and Word files at least to CSV and text if not from EPOC 5 to EPOC 6 in
something like the original format?

I'm happy with the Nokia 9210i,apart from import and export
facilities!, a very nifty bit of kit, just wish I could get that
calendar to work and the files across. I have copied them to the Nokia
9210i but of course cannot open them, largely I suspect due to EPOC
difficulties as much as the file formats.

Any clean suggestions appreciated

Thanks

Bill
Anonymous
April 20, 2004 1:55:34 AM

Archived from groups: alt.cellular.nokia (More info?)

I had the same problems when installing PC Suite with PsiWin / or treaces of
PsiWin on the pc, but this was when I bought my first N9210 almost 3 yaers
ago..
I also tried to use some files of the Psion 5mx, esp. the "contacts"-files.
It was a hell of a job, I only remember I found some sort of
convert-software which I used and that did the job. Of course, when you have
al sorts of extra lines within your contacts, this does not convert to the
"standard" contacts on yhe N9210.
Best is to go to www.my-symbian.com and try to find similar subjects with a
"search"-case. Good luck.
Hein

Bill Brooks heeft geschreven in bericht ...
>Since my touch screen rejected my touch and then died altogether I have
>transferred my affection to said Nokia 9210i, which I stupidly thought
>being Symbian, would be similar.
>
>I have backups on my PC of my 5mx files and I want to use these on the
>Nokia 9210i. As the 5mx's screen is now dead I can't see to transfer any
>data I could convert on the 5mx(save as CSV for e.g.). In any case I
>had to remove PsiWin before I could install the Nokia software (Which
>did not de-install properly, leaving annoying traces in Outlook; as, I
>think, a result I can't get the Nokia calendar sync. to work).
>
>Is there a PC utility(please don't say PsiWin!) that will convert Sheet
>and Word files at least to CSV and text if not from EPOC 5 to EPOC 6 in
>something like the original format?
>
>I'm happy with the Nokia 9210i,apart from import and export
>facilities!, a very nifty bit of kit, just wish I could get that
>calendar to work and the files across. I have copied them to the Nokia
>9210i but of course cannot open them, largely I suspect due to EPOC
>difficulties as much as the file formats.
>
>Any clean suggestions appreciated
>
>Thanks
>
>Bill
Anonymous
April 20, 2004 1:59:45 AM

Archived from groups: alt.cellular.nokia (More info?)

Bill,
Go to C-Pen's website (www.c-pen.com) and download their C Beam for Psion
and install it on your Psion device. This will make it possible to transfer
files from and to the 9210 using IR.
Good luck.
HK

Bill Brooks heeft geschreven in bericht ...
>Since my touch screen rejected my touch and then died altogether I have
>transferred my affection to said Nokia 9210i, which I stupidly thought
>being Symbian, would be similar.
>
>I have backups on my PC of my 5mx files and I want to use these on the
>Nokia 9210i. As the 5mx's screen is now dead I can't see to transfer any
>data I could convert on the 5mx(save as CSV for e.g.). In any case I
>had to remove PsiWin before I could install the Nokia software (Which
>did not de-install properly, leaving annoying traces in Outlook; as, I
>think, a result I can't get the Nokia calendar sync. to work).
>
>Is there a PC utility(please don't say PsiWin!) that will convert Sheet
>and Word files at least to CSV and text if not from EPOC 5 to EPOC 6 in
>something like the original format?
>
>I'm happy with the Nokia 9210i,apart from import and export
>facilities!, a very nifty bit of kit, just wish I could get that
>calendar to work and the files across. I have copied them to the Nokia
>9210i but of course cannot open them, largely I suspect due to EPOC
>difficulties as much as the file formats.
>
>Any clean suggestions appreciated
>
>Thanks
>
>Bill
Anonymous
April 20, 2004 3:18:57 PM

Archived from groups: alt.cellular.nokia,comp.sys.psion.apps,comp.sys.psion.misc (More info?)

Bill
as far as I know - the 5mx and the Nokia 9210i use different oS releases
- therefore you might struggle.

Check out steve litchfields excellent site - he might be able to help

http://3lib.ukonline.co.uk/

Bill Brooks wrote:

> Since my touch screen rejected my touch and then died altogether I have
> transferred my affection to said Nokia 9210i, which I stupidly thought
> being Symbian, would be similar.
>
> I have backups on my PC of my 5mx files and I want to use these on the
> Nokia 9210i. As the 5mx's screen is now dead I can't see to transfer any
> data I could convert on the 5mx(save as CSV for e.g.). In any case I
> had to remove PsiWin before I could install the Nokia software (Which
> did not de-install properly, leaving annoying traces in Outlook; as, I
> think, a result I can't get the Nokia calendar sync. to work).
>
> Is there a PC utility(please don't say PsiWin!) that will convert Sheet
> and Word files at least to CSV and text if not from EPOC 5 to EPOC 6 in
> something like the original format?
>
> I'm happy with the Nokia 9210i,apart from import and export
> facilities!, a very nifty bit of kit, just wish I could get that
> calendar to work and the files across. I have copied them to the Nokia
> 9210i but of course cannot open them, largely I suspect due to EPOC
> difficulties as much as the file formats.
>
> Any clean suggestions appreciated
>
> Thanks
>
> Bill
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