I got a CA-45 USB cable and the MobiMB Mobile Media Browser to connect with my nokia 6060.
I can transfer various files but no access to my telephone directory.
Any suggestions on how to do it with my soft/hardware or any other solutions?
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some nokia phones can only run Java apps which don't have enough permission to access and make changes to the internal files of the phone. So the process can only be done on a PC running Windows XP or higher. If you have a Windows PC, follow the steps below
Make sure that latest Nokia Suite is installed on your phone, but it is not running in the background. We only need the connectivity drivers from Nokia Suite.
Double Click to open the downloaded file (MobiMB.exe) and choose the location where you wanna extract the setup files to.
Browse to the folder where you extracted files in the previous step and run setup.exe
Continue with the setup by accepting license agreement. Leave theProduct Activation fields blank and continue.
Keep the shortcut at the desktop and finish the setup.
Now connect your phone to your PC and run the MobiMB Mobile Media Browser shortcut from the desktop.
Click on Start MobiMB.
Now click on File> Settings. Next choose Add a new Connection> Cable Connection> Nokia native USB phones> CA-101 cable (Micro-USB)
9. Press OKWooh!! You'll be presented with your phone's file-system. Access and add/remove the files you want. Read below if you don't know what to delete
u need mobiMB (mobile media browser)
its available for free download and u shud have got the software when u
got the data cable check it because there are driver files in it
any way the link to download link for the software is http://www.download.com/MobiMB-Mobile-Me...
Sorry Nokia 2626 do not support any pc connectivity, SO there would be no way where you can transer messages from this, there is other way of doing it
1. send messages from this phone to the other like sms
you would be lucky if computer can detect your phone memory.
other thing might not work just give a try, dont install pc suite and connect the phone to computer and check if it is detecting the phone memory, if so you can copy messages if it is saved in it
Hey guyz the above information is absolutely right....i downloaded MOBIMB software...i have a DKU-5 cable.....it showed my mobile NOKIA 2626 in the list and guess what...i was even able to play the nokia ringtone on my pc....