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Topic # 30466 9-Feb-2009 19:18
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I have an Okta Mondo and just smashed the screen on the phone. I don't need the phone but I want to know if it is possible to sync the phone to a computer and download read and unread messages to the computer? I can't see anything on the screen so I need to know the quick keys to get the phone to sync. Do I need specific software or just the okta mondo driver? Need the messages as I am applying for new jobs and trying to sell my car! Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers. Tim.

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  Reply # 195066 10-Feb-2009 08:59
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I asked a couple of people I know who have that phone, none of them had used the sync function ... I did find links to the sync software and a user guide pdf, not sure if it has the information you need though

http://www.telecom.co.nz/binarys/okta%20mondo.pdf
http://www.telecom.co.nz/binarys/mondo%20pc%20sync%20and%20usb%20drivers.zip





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  Reply # 195609 12-Feb-2009 20:13
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Synching software will transfer files (like usb flash drive) or mp3 or you can synch your phone book with a csv file. Nothing like copying or reading messages.

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