(solved)Re: need info on mobile phone support
I bought a USB cable
In Win2k the built-in memory of nokia phone can't be used as USB storage.
Then I go to etch and install Wammu and kmobiletools. Both don't work
and print kernel messages (error) though Wammu detect my phone model.
Maybe I shall upgrade to lenny.
Then I bought microSD card.
This time win2k can access the microSD card. etch should be able do
that too. I put up with the situation now.
Thanks to all who reply!
PS: I find that prices for USB cable and microSD card by nokia are
very very high. In fact several times higher than by third parties.
On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 5:01 PM, JosipBros <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dne nedelja 05 april 2009 ob 12:57:50 je Long Wind napisal(a):
>> I just bought a Nokia 3110c:
>> Nokia's PC Suite support only XP/Vista, not Win2k I use.
>> Is it possible that I save the pictures I capture to a micro SD card?
>> Then I use etch thru a USB cable to get the pictures?
>> I have to buy a USB cable and micro SD card to test the solution.
>> (Or I have to go thru hell of installing and learning to use XP?)
>> (Or I return the phone to the dealer?)
> Generally, a SD card will be seen as a mass storage device. With my Nokia N95
> I can transfer files to and from my KDE desktop, and can also do this via
> bluetooth, so without messing with cables. I am using OpenSuse 11.1 though,
> since my etch install is too rudimentary for everyday use.
> Josip's Bros
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