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Connect Your Phone to Your PC with PC Suite

PC Suite is a free software that allows you to connect your Nokia phone to your PC in order to sync all of your data, media, software updates, and even transfer files between devices. The software is extremely versatile and supports an array of Nokia devices. Installation is simple and can be done in a few quick steps.

Download and Install Nokia PC Suite

Windows users can download PC Suite directly from the Microsoft website.

Next, insert the software disc for your phone into your CD or DVD drive. Run the PC Suite installation, accept the license agreement, and then select your destination drive.

Installation usually takes a few minutes to complete:

Once installation is finished, the Get Connect Wizard will appear on your screen. Click the right arrow button to continue.

You will now be prompted to select the Connection type. You will have the choice to either connect via Bluetooth or via USB.

To connect by Bluetooth, simply select Bluetooth Connection, and then turn your Bluetooth feature ON. Then, click the right arrow button on your phone to continue:

PC Suite will now search for your phone. When detected, simply select your phone, followed by Next:

You will now be able to browse your phone, add music, back up your phone, and manage your contacts and messages:

If you'd like to go further, you can also use PC Suite to send text and multimedia messages directly from your computer.

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