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  1. #1
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    Another 6310i to Laptop question

    Hi,

    I had my 6210 with connectivity battery working semi-successfully (frequent disconnections requiring a PC re-boot)through a DTL-1 card using the W9x drive on XP Home. Laptop is SONY FX401G. So I decided to upgrade the phone to a 6310i - and guess what - it goes through the "bonding" process apparently successfully and then diconnects. Subsequent attempts to create a DUN connection have the same rusult, momentary connection followed by disconnection.

    Questions:

    1. Do I need a new driver for the DTL- card - if so where can i get it from?

    2. Do I need a firmware update for teh 6310 (current version 4.06 - and where/how do I get it?

    Thanks in anticipation.

    John.

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    RE: Another 6310i to Laptop question

    You need to have a DTL-4 card with the Nokia 6310.

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    RE: Another 6310i to Laptop question

    John, I think I read somewhere on the previous forum that the DTL-1 won't work with the 6310, although I can't be certain. I am damn sure thatough that Nokia want you to buy the DTL-4 which they say does work with the 6310.

    On the phone software front, my version is 4.20 dated 4-3-02, which I believe to be the latest, so I've never done an upgrade. Again, I did read that if you take it to an authorised Nokia repair centre they would do this upgrade for free.

    Let us know how you get on

    Cheers

    Martin

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    RE: Another 6310i to Laptop question

    Just to close this thread, in case it helps anybody. I acquired an Armadillo CF BT card (with PCMCIA adapter UK99 from expansys.com.)Within 20 mins I had a GPRS internet connection up and running. AND I prefer the Bluetooth software that came with it - making a connection is seamless.

    Thanks for your help,

    John.

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