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Topic # 5696 18-Nov-2005 19:38
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Greetings all!

I just recently received a Sprint PPC-6700 through my company and was provided no installation disk... With that said, I'm looking for drivers for this phone. It's also called the XV6700 if you're with Verizon. Originally manuafactured as the HTC Apache. If you have one you could save my life... well, at least improve it. :)

Thanks!

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Reply # 23508 18-Nov-2005 20:21
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Welcome to Geekzone...

What you need is ActiveSync 4.0 and up, plus Microsoft Outlook (not Outlook Express).

You can download ActiveSync 4.0 from MSDN, but it's a developer's edition - Microsoft will soon release ActiveSync 4.1 which corrects some issues.

You must be part of the Administrator group in your PC to install ActiveSync.








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  Reply # 24103 1-Dec-2005 13:06
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What software are you looking for? I have the same phone. If your looking for sofware to link it to your PC goto microsoft in there download section download activesync 4.1 it will connect your 6700 to your PC. BTW.. Do you work for Best Buy?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 24123 1-Dec-2005 16:27
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That's correct. ActiveSync 4.1 is now available for download from microsoft.com/mobile.

You should use ActiveSync 4.1 instead of the preview version on MSDN and instead of the original version distributed on CDs with Windows Mobile 5 devices.






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