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Re: Nokia phones and data cables

From: Cameron Stone
Subject: Re: Nokia phones and data cables
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 12:09:39 +1000
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The DKU2 is apparently a straight usb connection to the phone, but the DKU5 
has a usb to serial (FBUS?) converter in it. I do not think they are 
interchangeable at all.

However, this is a new cable called the CA-42, which does both. Nokia stokists 
should have it, and there's more info on the nokia website. I'm trying to use 
it with the 3105 (CDMA), with mixed success. The command set seems different 
to the other phones in gnokii. I've hooked it up to a windows machine, and it 
worked perfectly there with the nokia drivers. I also traced the connection, 
and when I have time I'll convert it into a new gnokii driver. 


On Sun, 15 May 2005 09:04, Peter Robinson wrote:
> Hi All,
> I use gnokii under linux and have had pretty good success with it on
> my 6230 and other models like the 6310. Good work.
> I was wondering about the use of the different data cables. I have
> both a 6230 (private) and a 3100 (work) and the Nokia web site
> mentions the DKU-5 for the 3100 and the DKU-2 for the 6230. Does
> anyone know the difference in the two and whether they are
> interchangeable or whether one of them is usable with gnokii on both
> phones (even with limited functionality).
> Cheers,
> Pete
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