Okay just a quick and dirty post for the lazyweb, to see if somebody has ever seen the cable that can be seen in these two photos:
It’s a Nokia 1200 mobile phone. The port is almost certainly an USB connection, from the size of it; the headset is using the TRS connection on the right, rather than the four pins one.
I’m interested in this because, if it’s a USB connection, and the phone works in gnokii, I can at least load and unload its address book from a PC, which is quite easier to deal with than the keypad.
Thanks to anybody who has a clue!
this is micro-usbhave a look at http://upload.wikimedia.org… 😉
Uhm, no, the one on the far left is a mini-USB, and I do have that connection here.Micro USB is also that wide, just smaller in height, and I do have one of those in the Nikon CoolPix P50.
Quick search shows plenty of hits indicating that it is indeed an USB-cable. But as with all those cables probably a very strange size to make more money out of people buying these.However enough options to get the cable relatively cheap. For example:http://www.uxcell.com/usb-d…http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/USB-D…
hello, i found the ca-45 cable and bought it for Nokia 1200, did you try the gnokii for your phone ? i want to sync my phone with my othe nokia contacts (saved in cvs file) under linux.thanks!bob from Hungary