All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 16-07-2003, 06:33 PM
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Data transfer and Apps. Folder

Hi!
I have Nokia 3650 (Firmware 3.13).
1. I have a lot of Java Applications on my phone. So the Apps. Folder on the phone becomes very crowded. In fact, it even makes the folder take slightly more time to open. Can you please suggest as to how I can ensure that new Java Applications automatically get installed in a newly created folder (and not in the default Apps. folder)?

2. IF I do not wish to use MMC Card Reader/ Writer and my Nokia PC Suite 3650 does not work, can I shift my data from the old 16 MB MMC Card to the new 128 MB MMC. I have gone through midway (i.e. copied data from 16 MB MMC to the hard disk of computer) when my card reader stopped working. Now, my problem is to copy this back up on to the new MMC card using Bluetooth connection. 'Send To' option does not work with BT and I cannot see BT Neughbourhood anywhere. How do I proceed now?
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Old 16-07-2003, 08:09 PM
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Re: Data transfer and Apps. Folder

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Originally Posted by sanjg2k02
Hi!
I have Nokia 3650 (Firmware 3.13).
1. I have a lot of Java Applications on my phone. So the Apps. Folder on the phone becomes very crowded. In fact, it even makes the folder take slightly more time to open. Can you please suggest as to how I can ensure that new Java Applications automatically get installed in a newly created folder (and not in the default Apps. folder)?
You can't. Java can only go in Apps.

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2. IF I do not wish to use MMC Card Reader/ Writer and my Nokia PC Suite 3650 does not work, can I shift my data from the old 16 MB MMC Card to the new 128 MB MMC. I have gone through midway (i.e. copied data from 16 MB MMC to the hard disk of computer) when my card reader stopped working. Now, my problem is to copy this back up on to the new MMC card using Bluetooth connection. 'Send To' option does not work with BT and I cannot see BT Neughbourhood anywhere. How do I proceed now?
Bluetooth Neighborhood will only appear if you're using Widcomm software. If you're using Blue Manager, it won't appear. If you're using Blue Manager, right click your phone in the manager, click Send File (or words to that effect). The rest should be self-explanitory.

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Old 17-07-2003, 03:02 PM
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I am using Widcomm, but I still cannot see Bluetooth Neighbourhood. May be I am missing it. Can you please guide me?
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Old 17-07-2003, 04:55 PM
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yeah i too would like more info on this thanks
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