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Old 02-11-2011, 07:02 AM   #1
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Nokia X6 Smartphone driver

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I have just started using Calibre to handle all my ebooks and have to say that it is the best piece of software I have used for this, in fact it's awesome!

However, it fails to recognise my Nokia X6 as a valid device and while I can obviously use the save to disk option to transfer my ebooks, it would be nice to be able to use the send to device facility. I am, therefore, posting this in the hope that you will be able to include a driver in a future release.

I use the Foliant java app as my reader which supports EPUB, FB2 and TXT formats and store my ebooks in the ebooks folder on the device's mass memory.

Here is the Debug Device Data for when the device is plugged in:

Code:
Version: 0.7.44
USB devices on system:
[u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4398&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4399&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4397&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4398&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4397&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub20&vid1002&pid4396&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub20&vid1002&pid4396&rev0000',
 u'usb\\vid_0421&pid_0273&rev_0100']
Drives detected:
	(0) D:\ ~ \\?\STORAGE#VOLUME#_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_NOKIA&PROD_S60&REV_1.0#356046032850094&0#{53F56307-B6BF-11D0-94F2-00A0C91EFB8B}#{53F5630D-B6BF-11D0-94F2-00A0C91EFB8B}
Available plugins: ALEX ALURATEK_COLOR ANDROID ARCHOS7O AVANT AZBOOKA BAMBOOK BLACKBERRY
BOOQ BOOX COOL_ER CYBOOK DBOOK E52 E71X EB511 EB600 EBK52 ECLICTO EDGE
EEEREADER ELONEX ESLICK FOLDER_DEVICE_FOR_CONFIG GEMEI GER2 HANLINV3
HANLINV5 ILIAD INVESBOOK IPAPYRUS IREXDR1000 IREXDR800 IRIVER_STORY
ITALICA ITUNES JETBOOK JETBOOK_MINI KINDLE KINDLE2 KINDLE_DX KOBO
KOGAN LUMIREAD MENTOR MIBUK N516 N770 N810 NEWSMY NEXTBOOK NOOK
NOOK_COLOR NUUT2 ORIZON PALMPRE PDNOVEL PDNOVEL_KOBO PICO
POCKETBOOK301 POCKETBOOK360 POCKETBOOK602 POCKETBOOK701 PRS505 Q600
README S60 SHINEBOOK SNE SOVOS SPECTRA SUNSTECH_EB700 SWEEX TECLAST_K3
THEBOOK TREKSTOR VELOCITYMICRO
 
Looking for devices...
 
Devices possibly connected: None
And for when the device is unplugged:

Code:
Version: 0.7.44
USB devices on system:
[u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4398&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4399&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4397&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4398&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub&vid1002&pid4397&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub20&vid1002&pid4396&rev0000',
 u'usb\\root_hub20&vid1002&pid4396&rev0000']
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "site-packages\calibre\devices\scanner.py", line 81, in __call__
DriveError: No removable drives found
Drives detected:
Available plugins: ALEX ALURATEK_COLOR ANDROID ARCHOS7O AVANT AZBOOKA BAMBOOK BLACKBERRY
BOOQ BOOX COOL_ER CYBOOK DBOOK E52 E71X EB511 EB600 EBK52 ECLICTO EDGE
EEEREADER ELONEX ESLICK FOLDER_DEVICE_FOR_CONFIG GEMEI GER2 HANLINV3
HANLINV5 ILIAD INVESBOOK IPAPYRUS IREXDR1000 IREXDR800 IRIVER_STORY
ITALICA ITUNES JETBOOK JETBOOK_MINI KINDLE KINDLE2 KINDLE_DX KOBO
KOGAN LUMIREAD MENTOR MIBUK N516 N770 N810 NEWSMY NEXTBOOK NOOK
NOOK_COLOR NUUT2 ORIZON PALMPRE PDNOVEL PDNOVEL_KOBO PICO
POCKETBOOK301 POCKETBOOK360 POCKETBOOK602 POCKETBOOK701 PRS505 Q600
README S60 SHINEBOOK SNE SOVOS SPECTRA SUNSTECH_EB700 SWEEX TECLAST_K3
THEBOOK TREKSTOR VELOCITYMICRO
 
Looking for devices...
 
Devices possibly connected: None
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Old 02-11-2011, 07:11 AM   #2
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I can obviously use the save to disk option to transfer my ebooks, it would be nice to be able to use the send to device facility. I am, therefore, posting this in the hope that you will be able to include a driver in a future release.
Until this is supported, use the Connect to folder option to connect to a specific folder on the device. Once connected calibre treats that folder as a device and you use the Send to Device feature to send books.
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Old 02-11-2011, 08:41 AM   #4
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Thanks for the prompt replies guys, looks like the forum support is as awesome as the software. I'll check out the folder option when I get home, thanks again.
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Old 02-11-2011, 01:50 PM   #5
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Driver in next release.
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Old 02-12-2011, 08:43 AM   #6
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Until this is supported, use the Connect to folder option to connect to a specific folder on the device. Once connected calibre treats that folder as a device and you use the Send to Device feature to send books.
Tried this out last night and it worked a treat. Many thanks

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Driver in next release.
Thanks a lot. I did download and install 0.7.45 last night and noticed that this version was recognising my Nokia X6 as a Nokia E52.

Thanks again all
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