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alternative Nokia PC Suite

Counsellor
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alternative Nokia PC Suite

Hi,

 

I look for a soft which allows me to see system files and to move/copy to my hard disk ?

 

thanks advance !

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Counsellor
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Re: alternative Nokia PC Suite

hey please ?
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Mobile Sensei
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Re: alternative Nokia PC Suite

There isn't one.
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Counsellor
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Re: alternative Nokia PC Suite

It is possible to make that today ?
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al_lea
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Re: alternative Nokia PC Suite

You can check the document of PC Connectivity API to find if it's possible. If Nokia doesn't expose the API to access system files, it's not possible for 3rd party developer to dev a utility to do that.
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Counsellor
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hi, i download PC Connectivity API. i have 6260.

 

I used " File Browser " but he does not show me the folder system of memory card/phone

 

how to make ?

Message Edited by actarus on 23-Feb-2009 11:12 AM
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Mobile Sensei
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Re: alternative Nokia PC Suite

You don't/can't. The phone does not show any system files to PC Suite, or any application using PC Suite APIs.

 

Note that even an application running on the device (like Y-Browser) does not show system files on the phone, as it would require the application to have the, so called, "AllFiles" capability (Symbian operating system "privilege" for applications), and the application signing policy in effect does not give "AllFiles" to any file manager application.

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Counsellor
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Re: alternative Nokia PC Suite

I tried this method,

http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?p=151457#post151457

 

but that works only for the memory phone. I also tried PC Mobile Drive, but my 6260 does not display ?

 

I am convinced that there is a means :smileywink:

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al_lea
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Re: alternative Nokia PC Suite

It's better to ask in the developer forums to play with the details of system files.
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