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CA-42 Data Cable, DKU-5 cable, DKU-2 Cable

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Traveling, Dec 4, 2004.

  1. Traveling

    Traveling Guest




    › See More: CA-42 Data Cable, DKU-5 cable, DKU-2 Cable
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2013
  2. Bruce Crawford wrote (12/5/2004 10:41 AM):

    > "Traveling" <rvparked-newsroup@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >>I plan to own a Nokia 6015i phone on the Verizon system soon.
    >>
    >>Can anyone explain the uses of the 3 data cables (in subject line)
    >>listed under the phone (Nokia 6015i) of Nokia's web site??

    >
    >
    > For reasons that are unclear to me, the 6015i is not data-capable for
    > National Access purposes. You may be able to use a cable for PC Suite
    > purposes.
    >


    I use the DKU-5 with the 6015i for data transfer between PC and phone.
    I have also experimented successfully (but have not seriously used) the
    6015i and a laptop for incoming/outgoing fax and for dialup data.

    --
    Richard J. Wyble
     
  3. on our way

    on our way Guest

    Where did get your DKU-5 cable? And when you use the term "data
    transfer", does that include EMAIL??


    --
    Thanks

    Traveling

    >
    >
    > I use the DKU-5 with the 6015i for data transfer between PC and phone.
    > I have also experimented successfully (but have not seriously used)
    > the 6015i and a laptop for incoming/outgoing fax and for dialup data.
    >
    > --
    > Richard J. Wyble
    >
     
  4. on our way wrote (12/6/2004 9:30 AM):

    > Where did get your DKU-5 cable? And when you use the term "data
    > transfer", does that include EMAIL??
    >
    >


    "Data transfer" means precisely that -- no more, no less -- the moving
    of data between the computer and the phone, having nothing to do with
    e-mail.

    I purchased the DKU-5 from some vendor on eBay, name nor forgotten.
     
  5. on our way

    on our way Guest

    Your original post stated;

    *............I have also experimented successfully (but have not
    seriously used) the
    6015i and a laptop for incoming/outgoing fax and for dialup data.*

    It was the incoming/outgoing fax/dialup data I was referring to. You
    mentioned that you *experimented successfully* and I assumed that dialup
    data was email.

    My concern is "will the 6015i work, tethered to a laptop for email, and
    if so, the source of the cable. One vendor who sells the Nokia cable
    package stated that the DKU will only allow transfer of data (pictures,
    ring tones, etc) and not work with NationalAccess.

    If your cable worked in your "experiment" for email, then I'm confident
    that the phone will work.

    Thanks for your patience.


    --
    Thanks

    Traveling


    "Richard J. Wyble" <rwyble@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:lF%sd.2366$MS6.761@trndny01...
    > on our way wrote (12/6/2004 9:30 AM):
    >
    >> Where did get your DKU-5 cable? And when you use the term "data
    >> transfer", does that include EMAIL??
    >>
    >>

    >
    > "Data transfer" means precisely that -- no more, no less -- the moving
    > of data between the computer and the phone, having nothing to do with
    > e-mail.
    >
    > I purchased the DKU-5 from some vendor on eBay, name nor forgotten.
     
  6. on our way wrote (12/7/2004 8:28 AM):

    > Your original post stated;
    >
    > *............I have also experimented successfully (but have not
    > seriously used) the
    > 6015i and a laptop for incoming/outgoing fax and for dialup data.*
    >
    > It was the incoming/outgoing fax/dialup data I was referring to. You
    > mentioned that you *experimented successfully* and I assumed that dialup
    > data was email.
    >
    > My concern is "will the 6015i work, tethered to a laptop for email, and
    > if so, the source of the cable. One vendor who sells the Nokia cable
    > package stated that the DKU will only allow transfer of data (pictures,
    > ring tones, etc) and not work with NationalAccess.
    >
    > If your cable worked in your "experiment" for email, then I'm confident
    > that the phone will work.


    Not necessarily so. My experimentation involved only incoming/outgoing
    fax and dialing into a terminal server for a few minutes. I can't speak
    to National Access, one way or the other.

    --
    Richard Wyble
     

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