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# 48665 16-Nov-2009 19:57
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hello
this cell phone has some internally saved texts that i want to get off the mobile.
it runs on windows mobile 5.
i lost the usb cord, im wondering is there a way to get them moved from program files, into a folder for bluetooth, that will allow my other phone to access from bluetooth.
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  # 273642 16-Nov-2009 20:11
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A USB cable cost peanuts these days... But it won't copy the SMS anyway. If your other handset is a Windows Mobile you can use MyPhone to backup to the Internet and restore in another phone.






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  # 273650 16-Nov-2009 20:36
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thanks, but my other handset is a samsung f480t




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  # 273660 16-Nov-2009 21:17
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I thought MyPhone only support WM6.0 or later?

Edit: Ah. IT said it may be install on WM5 but not supported...




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  # 273713 17-Nov-2009 06:30
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thought it wouldnt be possible...
ah well, thanks for your help. now i know for sure its not possible
ill just have to type them all out >.<
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