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Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

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gcaeiro
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

Make me 24!

This seems MS in early 80s trying to fight TCP / IP .

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pepele
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

I guess I am 25!

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rickjason
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

make it 26

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chrisryu
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

And 27...

 

All these people registering (including me) just to put their first post on this thread to show support for the Nokia Suite WIFI functionality!

 

Every laptop you can buy these days has WIFI, but the addition of Bluetooth is rare (a limited technology afterall). Our phones are being built with WIFI and so here we go... brainwave...

 

...why not connect the two devices together with a common interface - WIFI

 

 

 

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KASIMIS
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

And make that 28...

(28 are just those who found this thread - if you go public on this issue thousands will agree)

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bizarro89
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Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?


"When enough people want it, I'm sure it will be developed."

 

Thats a funny reply :smileyvery-happy:

 

 

MAke that 29!!!!!!

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strap94
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

Make it 28!!! Go people go!!!

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vitok1994
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

it's pity that nokia pc suite doesn't support wifi connection. I have wifi network home but i have to buy bluetooth adapter because i always put cable in a place i forget about. i wish that nokia developers will add this type of connection soon.
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DarkRaisin
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

make it 30, and if you need more I bring them on. and I am not really not sure where did you get your "insufficinet demand" thing.

I guess now days the precedure is: when Iphone does it then it is the time for Nokia to think about it. before that, not sure.

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kesari
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

"When enough people want it, I'm sure it will be developed."    :smileywink:

 

Thats really weird!

 

I'm into the group make it  31. Wow! the number is Increasing...Nokia team Dont you think you should act on public request now?

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Thats_Me
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Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

Make it 32

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dave1103
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

I'm 33  and also surprised cause the non-wifi synchronize in nokia pc suite.

Please add this feature in the next release!!!

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carlosfernando
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

Since my first Nokia smartphone i dream with sync via wifi on my old e61. Already gone with a n95, a e63 and a n85. And whenever I found researching this article. Today I registered just to post here that synchronization via WiFi is so importantThere is so much demand to it as to requests for clean energy. But until they don't deliver the gold we still doing it in the hard way.

 

I'm 34.

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Advisor
Posts: 11

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

It's a real shame for Nokia that this feature doesn't exsist. Not even in Ovi Suite.

 

USB cable needs wires, bluetooth has snail speed while WiFi is secure and fast. WiFi is already built into our computers and phones. Just the software lacks support for it.

 

I'm 35.

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Edward_Coil
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

Nokia should develope such add-ons. Some laptop didn't have wireless card and need to be installed which cost some money. Laptop/pc that have wireless card, were sometimes nowhere to be found and enddded up using a cable to connect to internet. HP pavilion TX1000 is the most famous model for 'disappearing'  wireless and some other malfunctioning program. 2 years using that model and the wireless WILL gone. Replacing the card itself is like buying a new phone. If Nokia could develope such new feature, i believe the problem could be reduce. Will wait for the good news.  :squint:,

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deepuk
Posts: 19

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

yes i too need it
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Advisor
Posts: 14

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

34.. And Going up!

 

I had a N95 I wished for this option from the day i got Please NOKIA Give this Feature! :smileymad:

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Advisor
Posts: 14

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

There have been From Message 1 of 37 (20,294 Views!!!!! And thats a hell lot of ppl!

 

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LuisTP
Posts: 1

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

Not enough demand????

What a ridiculous and absurd response...

Count me too.

 

For sure, it has been the last time that I buy Nokia/Symbian.

 

--Luis

 


 

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entranced
Posts: 30

Re: Why PC Suite Doesn't support WiFi Connection?

WIFI connectivity is a must have feature. In these days, having a home wifi router has become a standart.

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