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Nokia PC phone suite ( v4.88) synchronisation via Bluetooth

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June 17, 2004 8:23:50 AM

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I am having issues carrying out the first synchronisation on a nokia
6310i to the Nokia PC phone suite (v4.88) over the widcomm when the
installation has been carried out by a different individual.

After installation and configuration of the Nokia PC suite for use
with bluetooth. If I then continue with a synchronisation all is fine
but when another user logs on to the machine after installation and
trys to synchronise a message is returned saying the phone is not
connected.

Does anyone know of any issues with profiles/priveleges and
syncronsing the nokia 6310i/6310?

Cheers
Mel


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Anonymous
June 18, 2004 8:22:49 AM

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mel.hinks@bt.com (Mel) wrote in message news:<575414aa.0406170323.7b58caef@posting.google.com>...
> I am having issues carrying out the first synchronisation on a nokia
> 6310i to the Nokia PC phone suite (v4.88) over the widcomm when the
> installation has been carried out by a different individual.
>
> After installation and configuration of the Nokia PC suite for use
> with bluetooth. If I then continue with a synchronisation all is fine
> but when another user logs on to the machine after installation and
> trys to synchronise a message is returned saying the phone is not
> connected.
>
> Does anyone know of any issues with profiles/priveleges and
> syncronsing the nokia 6310i/6310?

You should upgrade your Nokia 6310i firmware at least up to version
5.50: after this special service, named 'Nokia PC Suite' will appear,
after you will discover the phone in 'My bluetooth places' folder.
Also you cannot use bluetooth in common Nokia 6310 for data
synchronization, as it doesn't have such client service.

We can also suggest to have a look at our trial version of Oxygen
Phone Manager II ( http://www.opm-2.com/ )- very powerful
muti-functional program, which, also, supports bluetoth connection for
Nokia 6310i with firmware version 5.50 and higher.

If you will have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
Oxygen Phone Manager - all you want from your Nokia
info@oxygensoftware.com
http://www.opm-2.com/
http://www.oxygensoftware.com/
Anonymous
June 18, 2004 2:53:45 PM

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It might have something to do with the 'pairing' that is necessary for use
of bluetooth.
It's not unlikely that the pairing pairs your phone to a user on your
computer, not to the computer itself.

I would try pairing the phone to the other user (this is part of the
bluetooth software, not the Nokia PC suite), and then try to sync. again.

good luck


"Mel" <mel.hinks@bt.com> wrote in message
news:575414aa.0406170323.7b58caef@posting.google.com...
> I am having issues carrying out the first synchronisation on a nokia
> 6310i to the Nokia PC phone suite (v4.88) over the widcomm when the
> installation has been carried out by a different individual.
>
> After installation and configuration of the Nokia PC suite for use
> with bluetooth. If I then continue with a synchronisation all is fine
> but when another user logs on to the machine after installation and
> trys to synchronise a message is returned saying the phone is not
> connected.
>
> Does anyone know of any issues with profiles/priveleges and
> syncronsing the nokia 6310i/6310?
>
> Cheers
> Mel
>
>
> This statement represents the views of the author and does not
> necessarily accurately represent the views of BT.'
>
> Contributions representing the official view of BT shall only be made
> by Group Communications or people approved by Group Communications and
> these will not require a disclaimer. Only people approved by Group
> Communications are permitted to make any contributions to Newsgroups
> uk.telecom and uk.telecom.mobile from any BT network.
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