My purpose is retrieving data from a database and constructing customized msgs to several people. I am trying to connect my Nokia handset through DKU-5 to my laptop for a project. BB code is On. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Notify me of new comments via email. Its a good reference.
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Visit the following links: The DKU 5 cable is not true usb – it simulates usb for non-usb capable phones. Linux – Distributions This forum is for Distribution specific questions. Having a problem logging in? For using the phone in AT mode.
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I have that same cable for my Nokia Performance with this cable in linux is spotty – better luck with infrared or bluetooth. Or some other data cable that can be used on linux wil also be helpful. Email required Address never made public.
The handset is not being recognized by the system. I searched the web for info but couldnt find any. If you need to reset your password, click here. I’m wondering if anyone knows liinux an app I can use to transfer images and sounds, contacts, etc. For others except data transfer use kmobiletools.
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