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[Q] Nokia USB Cables

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11th May 2012, 10:22 PM   |  #21  
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I use the cable from a sold nokia x3-00 xpress music, and i donīt have problems
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I use the cable from my old nokia 5230 and is working great
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use this dont worry ;)
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Blackberry cables work fine too.

There is no danger in using 3rd party data cables - or other manufacturers' - since they all follow a global standard.

The only limitation is that some cables will charge only - but they are normally sold as charging cables. I had one of those retractable ones, which wind up to the size of a small coin - I don't think you can get all the different cables for data transfer into one of those designs.
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