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Re: Nokia 6630
Re: Nokia 6630
Thu, 25 Nov 2004 23:04:25 +0100
You should not be alarmed at all.
Nokia 6630 has just come out on the market (actually, some local Nokia
websites still say "Coming soon") and it is perfectly OK that there is no open
source software support for it *yet*.
Regardless, I can hardly wait for the 6630 to be available also over here so
that I can buy one. I can wait until open source development catches up -
should take only a few weeks or months usually, depending on many details.
Also, if I could have the time and the skill to develop, I'd join the dev teams.
So just wait a little, maybe help in if you can and you'll be fine. ;)
On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 20:28:32 +0100 (CET), Giancarlo Iannizzotto wrote
> I'm new to gnokii and to nokia phones.
> I recently bought a Nokia 6630 phone, equipped with
> Symbian 8.0.
> It is shipped with a Nokia pc suite - of course, only
> for windows users. But I don't have any windows
> partition on my pc - actually, I don't have any
> MsWindows at my home, nor at the office. Just LINUX.
> Thus, after realizing that I have no way to synch my
> brand-new phone in any way (I also have a Palm pda,
> but could not find a way to sync the phone with it,
> either), I'm tempted to re-sell it to some one else.
> This is currently one of my worst experiences in my
> I downloaded gnapplet and installed it in my phone,
> but the program terminates as soon as I launch it. I
> suppose this is not the correct behaviour.
> Any one can help me?
> Thank you very much for your help
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