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Dock-N-Talk

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  1. Rootman

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    Re: Re: Dock-N-Talk


    It looks like the Cell Socket is no more, Buy.com says it's currently unavailable and a few other sites list it as limited to stock on hand.

    I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They say my 6340i may work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..



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  2. Joseph

    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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  7. Joseph

    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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  18. Joseph

    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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  19. Joseph

    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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  20. Joseph

    Joseph Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 09:12:39 -0500, Rootman
    <Rootman.17y5z3@nospam.cellphoneforums.net> wrote:

    >I did finally get a response from the Dock-nTalk manufacturer. They
    >say my 6340i -may- work but my wifes 3595 won't. So it would be a
    >trial for mine and getting an older supported phone for my wife. A
    >little too much hassle right now. You'd think they'd support more
    >phones, especially ones with the more common 2.5mm plugs..


    It's more than likely that the technical stuff behind the interface is
    a lot more than just which hands-free type is used. It's likely that
    the other pins in the connector have differences that are likely
    spread across a product line. Because the manufacturers are changing
    models on a regular basis with different interface it's not surprising
    that after-market manufacturers of product don't necessarily have
    models for the latest products. It is my opinion that you're more
    likely to see after-market accessories for models that are very
    popular or have been very popular. That's why you'll see *lots* of
    accessories for Mot V60 (as it's across three technologies CDMA, TDMA
    and GSM) and why the Nokia 51XX series you can get lots of
    after-market accessories as that also is used across multiple
    technologies.)

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