[access-uk] Re: Help with Installation of Talks

Hi Sayka,

Whilst I totally agree with Steve Nutt, here's a copied message from the Talks emailing list should you decide to do it yourself, though I'm not sure if you were planning to use PC Suite or not but here's the message anyway. And ah, I think these instructions are to install Talks on the memory card rather than the phone's memory, though I'm not really sure.

*Thanks to Stephen Giggar*

"I have installed TALKs without PC sweit many times. As for as that goes, I have also help people over the phone who did not have PC Sweit installed and
they could not see the phone.


But anyway the way I did it was by just using the Bluetooth adapter software to send the file to the phone. You will need to send the files one at a time
to in sure that this works.


This will asoom that you have a Bluetooth adapter and already have it paired and set as authorized on the phone.

This is for series 60 phones only!
1. Make sure that your PC is on.
2. Turn off your phone and then turn it back on. This will make sure that you have all background applications closed.
3. Using the PC, find the ScanSoft TTS file and send it to the phone with the send option on your PC. Normally you would do this by highlighting the file
and pressing the Application key and go down to send to menu. Press right arrow. Scrole to Bluetooth and press right arrow. Now arrow to your phone and
press enter. This will send the file to your phone.
4. The phone will beep to let you know that you have a new message.
5. Press SoftKey 1. This will take you into the new message and automatically start the install program for you.
6. Now press SoftKey 1 3 times for a new install or 4 times if you are updating the existing software. Make sure that you have a 5 secont delay between
presses. Then Press down arrow followed by one last press of SoftKey 1.
7. Wait about 20 to 30 seconds. You will hear the phone give a beep. This means the TTS is installed.
8. Press the Clear key followed by SoftKey 1. This will delete the file that you initially sent to the phone. This will not remove the installed software.
9. Press Softkey 2 twice to exit and get back to the default screen.
10. Just for Safety, press the EndCall button now. This will make sure that you are at the default screen.
11. Do steps 3 through 5 for the TALKs file.
12. Press Softkey1 3 times for a new install or 4 times for a upgrade. Make sure that you have a 5 secont pause between presses to give the phone time to
finish what you last told it what to do. Now press down arrow followed by 3 more presses of Softkey1 with a 5 secont delay between presses.


If you have done everything correctly, your phone should start talking after about 20 to 30 second after the last key press.".

HTH,

Amro
----- Original Message ----- From: "Sayka Hussain" <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, April 24, 2005 5:49 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Help with Installation of Talks



Thanks Mark.  I had suspected as much, but as you say, it's a case of
finding someone who knows something about installing applications.

One more question, where does the file get transferred to on the phone?
It will make things easier if I can tell the sighted person where to
look for the files on the phone prior to installation.

Thanks

Sayka Hussain

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Mark Berrisford-Smith
Sent: 24 April 2005 17:10
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Help with Installation of Talks


Sayka,

Unless things have changed in the latest version of Talks, you will
definitely need sighted assistance to do the last part of the
installation. The files will have been loaded into your phone's memory,
but there is another installation process which you have to invoke from
the phone. Unfortunately, finding sighted people with experience of
loading software onto mobiles also isn't easy. I eventually struck lucky
with a very helpful guy in a Nokia phone shop who did it for me.

having got Talks up and running, my plan is to install some more
software myself, so that when it comes to Talks upgrades, at least I'll
be able to give a sighted person clear instructions about what to do.

This I'm afraid, is one area where the documentation which comes with
Talks is less than helpful. I appreciate that the steps to be followed
will vary from one phone to another, but a little more general guidance
would have been useful.

The very best of luck, Mark

----- Original Message ----- From: "Sayka Hussain" <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, April 24, 2005 4:44 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Help with Installation of Talks



Hi All,

I am trying to install talks onto my Nokia 6630 phone and would be
grateful for any help.

I have got the PC suite for the phone up and running and both the
phone and computer are connected via a USB cable.  I have tried
sending the Scansoft TTs enu 6.1.47.sis file  to the phone, and am
told by the computer to follow the phone settings to install the file.

Does anyone know what I do from here onwards?  I would rather not get
sighted assistance for this so would be grateful for any advice to get

the thing talking.

Thanks in anticipation

Sayka Hussain


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