nokia 6610i connect with the pc wont work!!!

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Hey

i have a nokia 6610i and i just did buy a usb cable to connect the thing.
I have tryed to connect manny times but it wont work.
Who can help me connecting this device?!
Kind regards,

Stef, from holland

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    "Stef" <nospam@zonnet.nl> wrote in message news:<93ea7$4141df00$3ea64b1e$12304@news1.zonnet.nl>...

    > i have a nokia 6610i and i just did buy a usb cable to connect the thing.
    > I have tryed to connect manny times but it wont work.
    > Who can help me connecting this device?!
    > Kind regards,
    >
    > Stef, from holland

    First of all, make sure, that you have installed virtual COM port
    emulation drivers for these cable. You can find such drivers on disk,
    whic should come with this cable.

    In case, if you are using official Nokia DKU-5 cable, you can download
    corresponding drivers here:

    http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,5184,5447,00.html

    For ProLific-based cables:
    http://tech.prolific.com.tw/visitor/v_fileBrw.asp

    Smart I/O IC -> USB 1.1 -> PL-2303 -> Browse files (see at the bottom
    of web-page) -> 'Go' button

    For OsiTech cables:
    http://www.ositech.com/Tech/TechDetail.asp?product=27

    The sequence is the same for all types of cables:

    1) Disable antivirus program before driver installation
    2) Install USB cable driver before plugging the phone in USB port
    3) Attach the cable when driver installation will ask for it or after
    driver installation
    4) Turn Antivirus software on
    5) Reboot your PC

    Virtual COM port emulation drivers create logical COM port, which is
    used by various data synchronization programs. In case of Oxygen Phone
    Manager II ( http://www.opm-2.com/ ) you should open 'My computer' ->
    'Control panel' -> 'System' -> 'Hardware' -> 'Device manager' ->
    'Ports COM and LPT' - here you should remember new virtual COM port's
    number (prolific drivers indicate it as 'ProLific USB to Serial
    bridge' and Nokia drivers indicate it as 'Port on Nokia adaptor' ).
    You should set it in 'Tools' -> 'Optiosn' -> 'Connection and common'
    -> 'Connection' -> 'Add port' in our program and set its connection
    type as 'DLR-3/DLR-3p'.

    Does this help? Can you establish connection now?

    If you have any questions and/or suggestions, concerning our
    program, feel free to post them on our official forum
    http://www.opm-2.com/forum/

    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
    Oxygen Phone Manager - all you want from your Nokia
    support@oxygensoftware.com
    http://www.oxygensoftware.co.uk/
    http://www.smsactivex.com/
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    On 17 Sep 2004, at 04:09:08 [GMT -0700] (21:09:08 Friday, 17 September 2004
    where I live) "Oxygen Software" wrote:

    > Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov

    Hey Maxim, what's up, business slow?

    At one time you wouldn't respond to your customers!

    A polite suggestion - can the forum on your web pages for newcomers to ask
    questions - most people don't want to sign in to just get some small bit of
    information.

    Good idea as a help feature though.

    How about combining OPM & OPM Symbian OS into one programme?

    I run both (two phones registered) and have to keep entering the same rego
    code into both each time I update my phones (which is often - a phone
    junky!)

    --
    This message made from 100% recycled photons and electrons.
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    John Phillips<flatulentdingo@deadspam.com> wrote in message news:<26305003.20040917211301@deadspam.com>...
    > On 17 Sep 2004, at 04:09:08 [GMT -0700] (21:09:08 Friday, 17 September 2004
    > where I live) "Oxygen Software" wrote:
    >
    > > Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
    >
    > Hey Maxim, what's up, business slow?
    >
    > At one time you wouldn't respond to your customers!
    >
    > A polite suggestion - can the forum on your web pages for newcomers to ask
    > questions - most people don't want to sign in to just get some small bit of
    > information.

    Thank you for your suggestion!

    There is no need to sign in our forum, if you wish to get complete and
    detailed information on connection problems between mobile phone and
    PC. You can just review our forum from time to time, to get some
    valueable info in one posts, such as complete instructions for
    connecting Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian OS phones under MS
    Windows XP Service Pack 2, resolving problems with thirdparty cables
    (note: such thirdparty cable manufacturers doesn't provide any
    customer support, in fact, we are supporting thirdparty products,
    because our aim is to provide the best available help for our
    respective customers and respective colleagues).

    Also we have several threads for common discussions around mobile
    phones, not directly related to Oxygen Phone Manager II or Oxygen
    Phone Manager II for Symbian OS phones products and, indeed, there is
    a lot of interesting info in our old forum archive.

    Anybody can view on our forum, that no question from our respective
    customers and respective colleagues is left without reply on our
    forum.

    > Good idea as a help feature though.
    >
    > How about combining OPM & OPM Symbian OS into one programme?
    >
    > I run both (two phones registered) and have to keep entering the same rego
    > code into both each time I update my phones (which is often - a phone
    > junky!)

    Indeed, we are thinking of it. But in most nearest future it will stay
    as two separated programs: one for Symbian phones and one for
    non-Symbian phones. The problem is, that Symbian and non-Symbian
    phones use different connection principles and current division in two
    different programs helps to keep some stability with connection.
    Indeed, our engineers are thinking about further modifications and
    improvements for our multifunctional product.

    If you have any questions and/or suggestions, concerning our
    program, feel free to post them on our official forum
    http://www.opm-2.com/forum/

    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
    Oxygen Phone Manager - all you want from your Nokia
    support@oxygensoftware.com
    http://www.oxygensoftware.co.uk/
    http://www.smsactivex.com/
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