Tuesday, January 3, 2012


 It can be used to transfer music, photos and applications. It can also be used                      to send Short Message Service (SMS) messages or act as a modem to   connect the computer to the Internet. A mobile phone can be connected by USB, Bluetooth, or infrared. Nokia PC Suite is closed-source software and is required to access certain aspects of Nokia handsets.

 While Nokia PC Suite is still being updated, it is slated to be replaced by   Nokia's next generation phone suite software[1], Nokia Ovi Suite, which will support other platforms in addition to Windows. Nokia Ovi Suite drops the Lotus Notes client sync support which is present in Nokia PC Suite, instead requiring the user to use Lotus Notes Traveler software which must be installed and maintained on the Lotus Notes server- that is, synchronisation using PC Suite works from the phone to the user's PC, synchronisation on a phone which has Ovi Suite must use third party software (such as Lotus Notes Traveler which works from the phone to the server)

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Nokia Suite can synchronize contacts, calendar, messages, photos, videos and music between a Nokia device and a PC. Additionally, Nokia Suite can download country maps to Nokia devices, backup or restore the contents of devices,connect the PC to the Internet via mobile device (tethering) and update the device software.


The backup functionality uses a non-documented binary file format (.nbu), which can only be used to restore to a phone. This means that the data can only be accessed by doing a restore to a working phone. Third-party programs (either commercial or free) can be used to read the file, but they greatly vary in the amount of information they can retrieve.


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