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Topic # 4389 12-Jul-2005 15:27
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Any sneaky way of doing it?

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Reply # 16461 12-Jul-2005 15:54
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What kind of data? If it's contacts, calendar you can use Bluetooth and synchronise - but I think it's by individual records.

Another option is to use Outlook on a Blutooth enabled computer, synchronise the P800 and then use the Bluetooth Obex and synchronise to the K700.

Or you can use infrared and send record by record from one to another.






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  Reply # 16466 12-Jul-2005 16:33
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Yeah, I was thinking something along those lines. I use the Sony sync station for the P800 currently (via USB cradle) so I just need to get bluetooth working for the K700.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 16623 15-Jul-2005 12:12
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Actually you can send all the contacts from one to another. (depending on the amount you have, almost all but the budget se phones can export all their contacts in one go)

All you need to do is in the P800, goto the contacts app, and you should see something along "Send this folder" in the menu

Then you can just beam them via IR or BT to the K700.

Been a while since I picked up a P800 though, P9 and P910i can do it. :)

Else just sync using the cradle.

This will only work for contacts, pics and sounds can also be beamed off, cal, notes and tasks would need to be synced off.

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  Reply # 16654 16-Jul-2005 17:50
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FMA is a really good tool for pulling/push data from your K700i.
Sadly it doesn't work with the P series phones though

http://fma.sf.net

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Reply # 17274 30-Jul-2005 12:26
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Just thought I'd mention MyPhoneExplorer. Great (and free) software for the SE K700.

http://members.aon.at/fwechsel/download.html

It works fine using Bluetooth at work and my old P800 USB cradle at home

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