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Topic # 13740 27-May-2007 07:37
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They call it the Sanyo SCP-6600 "Katana" ...funny, I was told it was called "Ice" ...anyway. I have the 6600 model and cannot find a data cable on trademe that supports this phone. Any ideas before I consider ordering one from overseas? Seems odd that no one here sells them.

Any help would be appreciated.


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  Reply # 72376 27-May-2007 12:08
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What do you want to acheive with the cable. The reason the cable is not popular here is that I beleieve there is not much you can actually acheive with it.







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Reply # 72412 27-May-2007 19:51
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Winter Dragon:

They call it the Sanyo SCP-6600 "Katana" ...funny, I was told it was called "Ice" ...anyway. I have the 6600 model and cannot find a data cable on trademe that supports this phone. Any ideas before I consider ordering one from overseas? Seems odd that no one here sells them.

Any help would be appreciated.



Katana is the Sprint name for the 6600, while ICE is the Telecom New Zealand name.

Anyway a quick search of TradeMe, and I have found at least one for sale.

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  Reply # 72689 29-May-2007 14:44

Thats a good question.
What you do want to use the cable for?

Any sanyo cable will work for the 6600.
From the 8100 to the 3100 to the 9000 they all use the same Data cable.

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  Reply # 73265 2-Jun-2007 19:37
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further to the other posts, beware on buying a cable for the 6600 as there is NO software for this model phone, the phone does not support files transfer/pict bridge/ or dialup networking.

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