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Topic # 3630 10-Mar-2005 17:47
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Hi,
I just got a Sagem MY-V55 and it came with a PC synchronisation CD. Do I need to buy a cable still? What's the point of packaging the CD without the cable??
Any ideas?

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Reply # 13448 10-Mar-2005 17:51
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You probably could use Infrared if you don't have the cable. Most phones with a synchronisation feature come with the CD - but the cables are optional in most cases.






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  Reply # 13449 10-Mar-2005 18:06
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Doesn't my computer have to have infrared as well though?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 13450 10-Mar-2005 18:16
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Well, I was just suggesting an alternative to cable... But yes, you'll need either the IR adapter or cable.






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Reply # 13451 10-Mar-2005 18:26
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Thanks, Freitasm! :)

Looks like I'll have to buy something if I want to connect the phone to the computer. How nice of them to give me a free CD without anything to activate it with!

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  Reply # 13652 17-Mar-2005 20:54
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Buy an IRDA adaptor from Dick smith for $45 somes with some decent software for a PC too like Open Office.




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  Reply # 13869 29-Mar-2005 20:57
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Force produce a cable and CD, it is avaiable in Aus and NZ for $49.95 Aus

But stick with the Sagem CD and go and get your self an IRDA adaptor. It will do the job just fine.

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