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Free Guides for LogoManager and SMS Express.
| Either download the guides.
Instructions for Smart
Instructions for Logo
Or read them here.
Smart SMS Description and compatibility
enables you to send Caller Group Graphic, Operator Logo and Ringtones to your
You don´t need a cable or infra red connection.
SmartSMS sends the ringtone, logo or group graphic as a ordinary SMS so you
only need a modem and a dial-up SMSC (SMS server) that supports the UCP
Picture supported is: bmp, jpg, gif, nol and ngg. You will
find a lot of ready made logos on the net or you can make them yourself with a
paint program like Paint Shop Pro or Windows Paint.
supported in the RTTTL format. RTTTL (Ringing Tones text transfer language) is
a language used for publishing ringing tones on web pages.
Click here for ringtone files for sending to
If you want to compose your own ringtone you can use
a freeware program called Nokring.
Operator Logo is accepted by the
following phones: Nokia 3310, 6250, 6210, 3210, 5110, 6090, 6110, 6150, 7110,
8210, 8810, 8850, 9110, 9210
Caller Group Graphic (CLI Icons) can be
sent to: Nokia 3310, 6250, 6110, 6150, 7110, 8210, 8810, 8850
RingTones: Nokia 3310, 6210, 6250, 3210, 6110, 6150, 7110, 8110i, 8210, 8810,
8850, 9110i, 9210
Filename Size Version Release Date SmartSMS
(English) 1.6MB v1.00 December 2000
Step by step set up instructions
1. Click on the smart SMS download
2. Click OK
3. Click on
picture to setup
4. Click continue
5. Follow the prompts to finish
downloading the software
1. go to the windows
2. Then click on programmes
3. Select smart SMS and double
click on the icon. (you can drag and drop it onto your desktop for easier use?)
When it is open you need to carefully set the following
Click on settings the first thing you need to do is detect what port your modem
2. select com port 2 then click on test com port it will tell you
when it has located it. If it is not on com 2 repeat until found.
the modem speed at 9600 as this will cause less possible complications
VERY IMPORTANT READ THIS
4. In the PHONENUMBERS TO SMSC AND SMSC
PICTURE MESSAGES insert 00491722278020.
Notes this is a German SMSC
number and when tested worked mainly world wide. If you have any problems with
this number try the following ones.
Dialed from: another country same
Belgium - Mobistar 0032495955205 0495955205
TeleDanmark Mobil 004543625250 43625250
Germany - D2 privat 00491722278020
Germany - D2 00491722278000 01722278000 (ISDN X.75 only)
Iceland - Landssimi Islands 9541010
Netherlands - KPN Telecom
Norway - Telenor Mobil 004790002198 90002198
Sweden - Telia Mobile 0046740930000 0740930000
Finland - Sonera 209801
Portugal - TMN 00351962113000 962113000
Switzerland - Swisscom Natel
if you are selecting a number from the above
list use the first one if you do not live in that country or the second one if
5. Click ok to exit settings
ALSO VERY IMPORTANT
Once back looking at the application you will see a white icon near
the bottom this is to add the names and number that you want to send stuff to.
1. Click on it just type in the name for now
2. This is VERY
IMPORTANT with the telephone number loose the first digit then replace with
0044 and enter into the numbers box.
3. once you have finished entering
your name and numbers click close.
For example 07776 897654 would be
changed to 0044 7776 897654 (without spaces this is for illustrative purposes)
3. once you have finished entering your name and numbers click close.
Now all you need to do is to add your ringtones or logos
1.Select Picture, Ringtone, or flash SMS, (depending on what you want to send
2. Copy and paste the ringtone or logo into the appropriate box by
using the right key on the mouse. (from the ringtones and logos you have saved
from the site)
3. Click Ok
4. Then Click Send
You have now
Any problems please consult the help files on the smartsms
software or check that the smsc numbers are working and try using some of the
others listed above.
What is LogoManager?
LogoManager is software for
Microsoft Windows that allows you to connect to most Nokia phones using a data
cable or suitable infrared connection. (The 3330 screensaver WAP upload service
does not require a cable, just WAP!)
You can design graphics and
ringtones yourself and easily manage and back up your phonebook. Try out a
working trial version right now!
Design your own caller group
graphics, operator logos, startup graphics and ringtones for your Nokia phone -
no other software is required and there is no charge for uploading to your
phone, time and time again! 3330 owners can also design animated screensavers.
If your mobile network supports it, you can even send tones and
graphics from your mobile to your friends' Nokia phones using the mobile SMS
network. Now including Nokia's latest Picture Messaging technology!
LogoManager contains a phone explorer that lets you
browse your phone, edit your phonebook and backup/restore all the items you
have added to the phone.
Also included is a full featured set of
graphics editing tools, now including the ability to capture images from web
sites. There are a host of other tools giving easy access to some features you
may never have known your phone had!
The ringtone editor lets you
write your own ringtones using an extended version of the standard RTTTL
Getting a cable
To communicate with the
phone, LogoManager needs to be connected via the COM port using a suitable
cable. The DAU-9P or any compatible third party FBUS compatible cable should be
sufficient. In some cases, you may alternatively be able to configure your
infrared port to communicate with the phone.
Some phones do not have
an external connector for the cable. In the case of the Nokia 3210, you may use
a specially designed adapter that connects to the part of the circuit board
that is exposed when you remove the back faceplate.
If you don't
already have a Nokia cable click on the datacable link on our site.
Configuring the communications link Once you have connected the
cable to the COM port, you need to tell LogoManager which port and cable to
use. Note that LogoManager requires exclusive use of the port, so please ensure
that no other programs (including Nokia's DataSuite) are trying to access it.
If you are using an infrared device, you can also select the infrared
When you start LogoManager for the first time, you
will need to go to the communications section in the options dialog via the
Connection type - select data cable or infrared port (note
that special procedures need to be followed for DirectIR, please refer to the
section on infrared communication) Parameters - if you are using a data cable,
you should select the cable type and COM port you wish to use. If your cable is
not FBUS compliant, it may be an MBUS cable. Cable type - although FBUS and
MBUS are separate protocols, they also usually require different cables. The
DAU-9P is a dual mode cable that contains a software controlled switch. This
setting selects the mode the cable operates in. The DLR-3 for the 7110 is also
supported. COM port - the COM port for a cable is almost always either COM1 or
COM2 - please check your hardware manual, or look in the system application in
the control panel to find out more. Note that the port number is not the same
as the virtual port that Nokia's DataSuite installs, nor is it the same as the
virtual infrared port that the IrDA drivers install.. Link speed - the speed at
which the two devices communicate Minimum delay - specify the minimum delay
between sending and receiving data on the phone. Normally useful only for MBUS
or IR. IR port type - some users may have infrared hardware which is suitable
for use instead of a cable. You must have one of the listed IR COM port types
installed, not the virtual port installed by the Microsoft IrDA stack. PCI
infrared devices that do not emulate a COM port are not compatible (these are
installed on some laptops).
Configuring an Infrared Port
LogoManager includes two modes of operation for phones that support
Most newer Nokias can be used in
conjunction with the Windows infrared drivers - when connected, the phone
should be identified in the infrared Control Panel application. You can
configure Logomanager to use the IrDA drivers during installation or via the
Earlier phones (specifically the phones in the 6100
range) include IR ports which are not compliant with the IrDA standards, and
although the phone is identified in the Control Panel, connecting using this
method is not possible. To solve this problem for most users, LogoManager
includes DirectIR support, whereby the IrDA communications drivers are bypassed
and communication takes place directly with the phone. To enable DirectIR, you
must remove or disable the Windows IrDA drivers so that the physical IR port
can be accessed as a COM port.
Note that Windows NT does not include
the Microsoft IrDA stack and so cannot use IrDA
For online multi
choice help visit the logomanager website
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