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thewiccaman Posts: 67

I don't think there is a recent thread specifically for Mac users so I thought I'd start one ...

I know a lot of you are connecting your phones to PCs from the threads I've read [and boy, is it complicated!!], but there doesn't seem to be that much discussion about SE phones and Macs.

So Mac users: post here with any hints, tips, what software you use, problems you may have, etc.

To get things going, do all you Mac users know about the software available to connect your SE phones to your Mac? Here's a link that may be useful:

http://www.macupdate.com/sear[....]ericsson&button.x=0&button.y=0

Here's hoping this will become a lively thread

David

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Mac iBook, SE t610 and Bluetooth - a winning combination!

[ This Message was edited by: thewiccaman on 2004-03-05 07:43 ]

[ This Message was edited by: laffen on 2004-03-08 18:12 ]
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:08:29
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Altezza_lex Posts: 107

Download phoneagent...its really good.
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:18:14
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KarmenV Posts: 41

Hi thewiccaman, This is very useful. Thanks!
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:20:16
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lesneo Posts: 482

I am using a P800 which I sync with my Wallstreet Powerbook (running Jaguar 10.2. and iSync and iCal. O yes, Wallstreet has no bluetooth so I got a dongle which works pretty fine.

For file transer, Bluetooth File Exchange does the job well.

Of course, I can't do without a MS stick reader to transfer heavy duty files like videos and oggs.

Pretty all rounded if you ask me about using Mac and a SE...
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:24:35
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thewiccaman Posts: 67

I agree with Altezza_lex about phoneagent - it's a bit pricey at $30 (20 to me) but is far and away the most complete program for linking the t610 to the Mac and in my opinion, well worth the money. You can send sms direct from your Mac, back up your phonebook and sim and a lot more.

http://www.macmedia.sk/

The other program I use a lot is Ericsson Client. This works great with the t68 (that's what it was written for) but also works perfectly with my t610 (don't know about other models as I can't test it). It is ideal for basic file transfers and also allows a backup of the phone book.

http://homepage.mac.com/jonassalling/Shareware/EricssonClient/

In fact, when I changed to the t610 recently, from a t68, I backed up the t68 phonebook and calendar to the Mac using this program and then just sent the files to my t610: phonebook and calendar populated, no problem

Great response to this thread so quickly! Hope it's useful!

David
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:36:29
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Mac Posts: 26

no problems for me connecting my P900 to my 12" Powerbook using bluetooth, works always for me
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:39:12
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KarmenV Posts: 41

Hi,

Do U know where to download T610 Theme edit for MAC?? Thanks
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:52:30
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MacDuc Posts: 12

Great idea, is really missing link on this forum. The PC guys don't know what there missing...

Once you MAc you never go back!!

P900 or T610 and Salling Clicker is a must for Mac and Bluetooth users

Greetz

MacDuc
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:54:57
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thewiccaman Posts: 67

Hi KarmenV, the only theme editor for the t610 I know of is phoneagent. Only thing is, you can't save themes without registering the program

For the t68, there is

http://homepage.mac.com/tobiaslidskog/T68ThemeEdit/index.html

and as the page says, it may be updated for the t610.

Hope this helps,
David
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Posted: 2004-03-05 08:58:00
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KarmenV Posts: 41

Hi thewiccaman,

Thanks, so sad. if U happen to see one let me know.
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Posted: 2004-03-05 09:37:37
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