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Topic # 7569 25-Apr-2006 10:08
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I recently baught a used Audiovox xv6600, the phone did not come with an owners manual. I was wondering how do I go about putting songs and movies on my phone? I have everything the phone comes with except the owners manual. Thanks in advance, I appreciate it.

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Reply # 33836 25-Apr-2006 10:15
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Welcome to Geekzone... First you should install ActiveSync, which comes on the CD. Once you do this an plug the Pocket PC you will create a partnership.

From this moment, every time you plug your Pocket PC you will see it on File Explorer (or simply click [Explore] on ActiveSync). You can then copy files from your PC to your Pocket PC, like any other files.

I suggest you install a SD card to expand the memory, and copy all files to this card, leaving the main memory for program execution and PIM only (calendar, contacts, tasks, e-mail).







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Reply # 33837 25-Apr-2006 10:32
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Ah! Thanks, guess I did'nt have everything it came with, I'll have to pick up an activesync CD later.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 33838 25-Apr-2006 10:35
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If you don't have the ActiveSync CD (which comes with ActiveSync and Microsoft Outlook licence) you can download ActiveSync 3.8 directly from Microsoft.

Do not install ActiveSync 4.1 with your Pocket PC model.




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