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Old 06-20-2010, 06:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,
Can anybody suggest an app that would allow me to synchronise calendar information held on a Nokia 3110 with the calendar on a Curve 8520? The only snag is that I need to do this via Bluetooth, not over the network.
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Old 06-20-2010, 07:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The BB syncs with Outlook very easily. Don't know about the Nokia.
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I've never come across anything about sync'ing a blackberry device with another mobile device directly. Sync'ing the blackberry with something (Outlook on a computer, Yahoo, Google ...) and then sync'ing the other device with the same thing is the only possibility I'm aware of.
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Like aiharkness says, you'll have to put some program like Outlook in between the Nokia and BlackBerry. Something like MyPhoneExplorer should get your Nokia to sync with Outlook, and the BlackBerry will sync to Outlook via the BlackBerry Desktop Software.

I never used MyPhoneExplorer with any of my Nokias because I've always been a Mac user.
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I use Outlook, works best for me.

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Thanks all for your advice. Will try using Outlook to synchronise.
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Actually, Nokia has a free software for synching (and other functions). Used to be called Nokia PC Suite when I used it; it's morphed into Nokia ovi suite. I can't find the 3110 (is it a US model or other country?) but 3100 and 3120 both listed.
Nokia USA - Nokia Ovi Suite

I used Nokia PC Suite with my Nokias to synch between the phone and Outlook long before I ever even thought about getting a Blackberry. Once you get the info synched with Outlook, using BB Desktop Manager to sync with the BB will be a piece of cake.

If you have specific questions about the Nokia or using Ovi Suite, you may want to ask on the Nokia forum on Howard Forums.

BTW -- just re-read your post. Not sure you can do this with Bluetooth but may need a cable for the 3110 to the PC.

Edit: Read OP post AGAIN and realize OP is in UK so correct link is And 3110 is listed.
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