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Topic # 3773 1-Apr-2005 09:55
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Has anyone managed to get an OS X Device working succesfully with the HTC Harrier using Bluetooth?

If so, any help would be greatly appreciated!!


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Reply # 13908 1-Apr-2005 14:35
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The thread title makes it like you are comparing the harrier to OS X :P

Anyway look for something called 'Missing sync' or 'PocketMac'... chances are that they aren't free but they are 'supposed' to sync with MS's pocket pc's.

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Reply # 13909 1-Apr-2005 14:47
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Point noted, and sorry, I will clarify, I would like to use the Harrier as a modem under Mac OS X...

But yes, Missing Sync works very well for general synchronisation



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Reply # 13910 1-Apr-2005 14:48
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Direct links: PocketMac Lite, PocketMac Pro, The Missing sync for Pocket PC...

The OP is not clear on the question: is the Harrier vs. Mac over Bluetooth to be used with synchronisation (in which case these programs are the answer), or to be used as a CDMA EV-DO connection for the Mac? In this case the best bet is to check for some tips (even though the page is for GPRS, the connection is similar, except for username/password and dial-up number).

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