[Loadstone] The folks at nokia were trying to help look what theysent me

Philip Martin p.martin13 at ntlworld.com
Mon Jun 9 22:07:59 BST 2008


Hi Alan,
    Can't answer all your quieries but the following are my thoughts.
    My comments only apply to Talks as I have no experiance with Mobile
Speak.
You can look on the Nuance web site to see what phones are Talks compatable.
Most phones can support an audio bluetooth device at the same time as an
external bluetooth GPS reciever, but you cannot run Bluetooth keyboard at 
the
same time as a Bluetooth reciever.
On my Nokia N73 all the sound output is diverted from the phone to the
headphones.  Running Wayfinder Navigator with GPS and headset is fine.  Have 
no knowledge about camera functions. Any phone that takes a memory card will 
have more than enough for the apps. you referred to, unless you fill the 
card up with hours of music.

HTH
Philip

HTH
Philip
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Alan Yoder" <jayren at vistech.net>
To: "loadstone mailing list" <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Monday, June 09, 2008 9:05 PM
Subject: [Loadstone] The folks at nokia were trying to help look what
theysent me


> My initial email to nokia is attached to the bottom of this message,
> what is sent here is the entire thread.
> I seriously need help selecting a good cpu for the desired mobility
> application.
> Nokia wasn't terribly helpful, though they tried.
>
>
>
>
> RE: Accessibility[THREAD ID:2-15SJ8D]
> Dear Alan,
>
> Thank you for your response.
>
> We appreciate the additional information in regards to software and
> hardware requirements.
>
> In regards to your first requirement, we recommend our Nseries phones.
> We do not have a phone that is specific to your second requirement.
>
> There can be multiple devices paired at once, but only one connection at
> a time. This is typical of all Bluetooth devices.
>
> Our Bluetooth headset can be used for the music player and a sufficient
> java application can do this.
>
> Nokia series 60 phones do support talx and other text to speech
> software, however we recommend contacting the developer for compatible.
> For your last requirement
> our Nokia series 60 phone would meet all the requirements.
>
> We currently do not have one specific phone that would meet all your
> requirements.
>
> We invite you to use our online comparison tool at,
> www.nokiausa.com
> . You can find this tool by going to the "Find Products" link and
> clicking on "Phones". Once there, you may select a combination of phones
> and features.
> As all Nokia phones are made to the same high quality standards, we
> recommend that you visit our web site to determine the phone with
> features best suited
> to your needs.
>
> Please be advised that Nokia does not support third party software.
>
> We hope the information provided is helpful.
>
> If you have any additional questions, please contact us. To ensure
> proper handling, please continue to use the current subject line.
>
> Thank you for choosing Nokia for your mobile needs.
>
> Tiffany
> E-mail Specialist
> Nokia Inc.
>
> P.S. In an effort to continuously improve Nokia's service to you, please
> complete our short 10 question E-mail Care Survey. Please copy and paste
> the following
> link into the address field of your web browser
>
> http://digiumenterprise.com/answer/?sid=%20209473chk=GU4RB565
>
>
>
> Check out all the phones and accessories you can purchase, direct from
> Nokia at NokiaUSA.com. If you have any questions, please call us at
> 888-665-4228
> and we can help you find the right product for you.
>
>
> [THREAD ID:2-15SJ8D]
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
>
> From:
> jayren at vistech.net
>
> Sent:  6/8/2008 05:49:21 PM
> To:
> nokiausa.customercare at nokia.com
>
> Subject:  Accessibility
>
> nokiausa.customercare at nokia.com
>
> wrote:
> block quote
> Dear Alan,
> Thank you for e-mailing the Nokia Care Contact Center.
> We understand your inquiry with regards to having a Nokia phone that
> supports all the basic features and also uses third party applications.
> Nokia does not test or support the use of third party software products
> in conjunction with Nokia phones, except where expressly stated by Nokia.
> Some Nokia phones use a Symbian operating system (OS). Some third party
> software does work with Nokia phones and the Symibain OS.  Just the
> same, those
> products are not supported by Nokia. To receive support for your third
> party product you will need to contact the original manufacturer/vendor
> of the product.
> For more information regarding Nokia and third party solutions, please
> visit our web site at
> www.nokia.com.
> You may check our web site for available Nokia phones at the following
> link:
> http://www.nokiausa.com/A4409001
> If you have any additional questions, please contact us. To ensure
> proper handling, please continue to use the current subject line.
> Thank you for choosing Nokia for your mobile needs.
> If you have any additional questions, please contact us. To ensure
> proper handling, please continue to use the current subject line.
> Thank you for choosing Nokia for your mobile needs.
> Juan
> E-mail Specialist
> Nokia Inc.
> P.S. In an effort to continuously improve Nokia's service to you, please
> complete our short 10 question E-mail Care Survey. Please copy and paste
> the following
> link into the address field of your web browser:
> http://digiumenterprise.com/answer/?sid=%20209389chk=4QDCZ954
> Check out all the phones and accessories you can purchase, direct from
> Nokia at NokiaUSA.com. If you have any questions, please call us at
> 888-665-4228
> and we can help you find the right product for you.
> [THREAD ID:2-15SJ8D]
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> jayren at vistech.net
> Sent:  6/4/2008 04:10:49 PM
> To:
> nokiausa.customercare at nokia.com
> Subject:  Accessibility
> [Email:
> jayren at vistech.net ]
> [First: Alan ]
> [Last: Yoder]
> [Zip: 32808]
> [Model: ]
> [Order#: ]
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> [Mobile#: ]
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> [Subject: Accessibility]
> [OS: ]
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> [Message: The phone I'm looking for has to be able to run the software
> from
> http://www.loadstone-gps.com
> , the software from
> http://www.seeingwithsound.com
> , be bluetooth capable (audio, not just calls) have a camera and some
> other basics.]
> [Server:daenusaweb12---1414708187]
>
> block quote end
>
> This wasn't terribly helpful, perhaps if I include more specific
> software and hard requirements.
>
>
> The phone needs to be s60 3rd gen
> The sws application requires java ME (j2me) midp-2.0 and mmapi compliance.
>
> The camera must not (when opened) launch a default picture utility, this
> would be preffered to be a user changeable setting, if I could launch
> SWS upon camera open that would be ideal.
>
> I require a phone that can support multiple bluetooth connections, one
> for a headset, one for a gps reciever, and not as important, one for a
> separate foldable keyboard for textmessaging and emails and the like.
>
> The bluetooth headset must be able to do more than just be used for
> calls. The SWS application takes an image with the camera and sonifies
> it for the blind, the bluetooth headset must be able to handle any audio
> from the phone.
>
> The phone must also be able to handle TTS software, either talx or
> mobilespeak, either with or without the nokia tts voice in the case of
> mobile speak.
>
> In order to handle the tts app, the gps app, and the SWS app, the phone
> must have a decent processor and a decent amount of memory to play with.
> Some form of memory card would be preffered here to have gps data on,
> and store SWS images. applications should fit in main phone memory.
>
>
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