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Topic # 13684 23-May-2007 17:07
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[Please tell me if I have put this in the wrong place]

I move between multiple workplaces and a variety of machines. Although I have my own Mac Powerbook and Vista laptop I want to be able to store data on my cellphone. Specifically as text files on my cellphone.

I have a Motorola V6 Maxx (thanks to Phone InsureCool) with a 2GB transflash card. I'd like to be able to safely store text files on the card and be able to access then via some application on the phone. I know that I could put them inside contact data but in case of the phone getting into the wrong hands I'd like to put this data in a more secure file.

Any ideas?

TIA

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Reply # 71931 23-May-2007 17:51
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  Reply # 72156 25-May-2007 07:21
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Thanks Mauricio
That's exactly what I'm looking for. Unfortunately those, I just can't get it to my handset. I have paid for it and Handango say that they have sent it to my phone a couple of times but it hasn't made it's way to me. Frown



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