Nokia Configuration Tool is a PC application that enables you to manage the settings of selected Nokia devices. Your PC and the devices must be connected through Nokia PC Suite and a Universal Serial Bus (USB) cable. Nokia Configuration Tool uses SyncML Data Synchronization (DS) and Device Management (DM) protocols, which are defined by Open Mobile Alliance (OMA).
With Nokia Configuration Tool, you can configure various settings, such as wireless LAN (if available), email, and Internet access points (IAP) on several devices at the same time. You can also transfer files, contact cards, and applications, if available.
The configuration is performed by sending a configuration profile to a phone. The configuration profile is a group of settings; you can create different profiles for different purposes and different types of devices. The settings that are defined in a profile are configured to a device when you transfer the profile to that device.
You can use a compatible connection cable (USB) to transfer configuration profiles to devices. For connectivity and system information, refer to Section 3.2, System requirements.
Nokia Configuration Tool supports following Nokia devices: Nokia E51, Nokia E51-2, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E61i, Nokia E62, Nokia E65, Nokia E66, Nokia E70, Nokia E71, Nokia E90 Communicator, Nokia 9300i, Nokia 9300 and Nokia 9500 Communicator.
To install and use Nokia Configuration Tool, you need the following:
• A compatible Nokia device
• A PC with Windows Vista™, Windows XP™ or Windows 2000™ operating system (SP4 or newer)
• Minimum display resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
• At least 25 MB of free disk space
• Nokia PC Suite 6.86 or a later version
• Internet Explorer 5.0 or later (for Nokia Configuration Tool help)
• For connectivity, a USB connection port on your PC and a suitable Nokia Connectivity Cable
For information on connecting the device to your PC, refer to the Nokia PC Suite user guide, the Nokia device user guide, or the PC user guide.
Nokia Configuration Tool 4.0