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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.

http://www.versiontracker.com/php/search.php?mode=basic&action=search&str=Pocket+PC+&plt%5B%5D=macosx&x=0&y=0




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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
http://www.markspace.com/missingsync_pocketpc.php


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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 taniwha.org.uk 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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