Caution Level: Intermediate
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 184.108.40.206 / 07 Nov 2007
The Kandy Mobile Modem Driver is used by the Kandy application. This application aids users in the synchronization and management of data stored in the mobile phone with the data stored in the PC. It was developed by KDE.org. KDE (KDE's primary project) is a desktop environment used for UNIX systems. The Kandy application is a part of KDE's personal information manager called KDE Kontact. The KDE Kontact is also a groupware software suite which has support for notes, calendar, email, news and contacts among others. The main applications included in Kontact include Kandy, KDE Address Book, KNotes, KMail and Korganizer. The KDE Address Book organizes all contact information. KNotes is used for the management of reminders and random notes. KMail is the email client while Korganizer is the primary organizer used with KDE. Akregator is an open source feed aggregator that supports Atom and RSS, while KNode is the news client used for KDE. Kandy uses all these other applications for synchronizing data.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The Kandy application makes use of standard GSM commands to be able to access the mobile phone through an infrared connection or a serial cable. The GSM commands are not hard-coded, but are stored in an XML file. This permits adaptations and customizations on the mobile phone. With the use of XML, there are extra features like storing and remembering commands. This provides easy exploration of the command set of the mobile phone. This also extends the operation of Kandy with other commands. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Kandy Mobile Modem Driver errors before installing any driver updates.