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update software over bluetooth?

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by jmurch, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. jmurch

    jmurch New Member

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    After a Treo and 3 Samsungs I am glad I went back to Nokia......

    On a 6126 can the updater be made to work over bluetooth like the pc suite?

    Thanks, Jeff
     
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    bobolito Diamond Senior Member
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    Nope....you need the cable.
     
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    Thanks.

    Is there anything wrong with buying one of the non-oem cables?
     
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    dmapr Silver Senior Member
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    There isn't a generic answer to this question. Some non-OEM cables work fine, like some off-brand Nokia DKU-5 imitation. Some other cables may not fare as well. Also, you may need to get some drivers that are not available from the manufacturer if you go that route. In short, unless you know that particular non-OEM cable works, it's better to avoid them.
     
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    Here is the CA-53 cable I got to update my 6131. It worked fine and did not need any additional software for using with Windows XP :)
     
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    Perfect Thanks Charylee
     
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    Since it's the same one I have — it *is* an OEM one ;)
     
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    If you use a BT connection the error transmisions probability grows...
     

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