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Topic # 6649 11-Feb-2006 20:52
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Send me your email address and i'll send you some drivers i found on another forum. I use 'bitpim version 0.8.07' and set it to the 8300. Also set your 'com port' to the 'sanyo serial port' (com6 or something). It works bloody well and you can even use the calendar and to do lists.

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  Reply # 28275 13-Feb-2006 07:55
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There's a new version of Datapilot in the works - www.datapilot.co.nz

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  Reply # 28594 15-Feb-2006 22:02
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I have actually now found out how to use bitpim with the sanyo 9000. and it really works!!!!
If you want to know, then just send an email.

Happy to help you out!



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Reply # 28715 18-Feb-2006 10:36
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Send me your email address and i'll send you some drivers i found on another forum. I use 'bitpim version 0.8.07' and set it to the 8300. Also set your 'com port' to the 'sanyo serial port' (com6 or something). It works bloody well and you can even use the calendar and to do lists.

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