Question about Nokia E71 Smartphone
I had a very similar problem with my N73. One fine day it did not connect, the next time I tried it started working again. Another time it did not work and so on. But as time went by the times it did not work grew over the times that it actually did work. The problem was not with the software or PC but with the phone. I even tried changing the cable but there was no real difference. I think the USB connector part of the phone must have gotten damaged some how.
I however did find a different solution but slower, you can connect to your phone with PC suite/Ovi Suite using bluetooth. It works the same but is much slower thats all.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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