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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 7106 20-Mar-2006 13:36
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Could someone please walk me through how to sync my phone and pc. I have the drivers and everything installed but don't know what to do from there.
Also has anyone had any success with bitpim working on their 9000?

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  Reply # 31119 20-Mar-2006 16:39
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I managed to get it Bitpim to extract off the 9000, by setting Bitpim to the 8300, haven't had a bash at writing to yet, bit worried it might stuff something up, have heard it works by setting it to MM-7400 as well..... try at your own risk........

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  Reply # 31153 21-Mar-2006 09:35
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You might find it easier to use Datapilot. The latest version was developed to include support for the Sanyo 9000 (and others).

www.datapilot.co.nz

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  Reply # 31388 23-Mar-2006 19:23
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agree with jpwise on this one... bitpim is ok, but datapilot is good to go out of the box- depends on your level of patience...



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 31408 24-Mar-2006 09:03
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Anyway to do if without having to  spend money?? How much is datapilot?

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  Reply # 31410 24-Mar-2006 09:24
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