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Wannabe Geek

#20073 12-Mar-2008 14:09
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My boss has informed me that we are getting Okta Mondo's to replace our Nokia 6265's.

As the Mondo is CDMA/GSM can a Telecom store still transfer the data between them ? I don't want to be entering those call lists again ;)

I guess i'll miss the 2.2 camera on the Nokia but not the weight and the clamshell design might keep the okta looking a little better as well.

I've just been hunting on tardme for a bigger capacity microSD card and reader because 128MB internal seems a little on the small side.

Looking forward to see what 3rd party apps people find for these phones.

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  #116151 12-Mar-2008 16:18
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Telecom Stores and Dealers can transfer the contacts from your 6265 to your new Okta Mondo.



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Wannabe Geek

  #116154 12-Mar-2008 16:29
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Excellent, thank you



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Wannabe Geek

  #117913 21-Mar-2008 15:03
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Well we've had these things for a week and most of us are underwhelmed and longing for the ease of the Nokia navigation.

The telecom guy came in to transfer over data from old phones to new but his computer crashed half way through and he wouldn't (couldn't?) transfer any pictures or other data Yell.

PC sync is up and running but you can't change /edit files on the phone through the PC except for contact lists and if you move a file such as a ringtone it has to be reset to be used Undecided

Talk time is OK but when the batt. beeps that means charge RIGHT NOW, and the phone dies seconds later. 

I managed to get a micro SD card (2GB) and adapter/reader off tardMe thinking how great it would be to store all necessary data on the card and manipulate it though the PC....but no.

Interested to hear how other Mondo owners are getting along.

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