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Old 21st May 2006, 17:18   #1
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Hi all,
I was wondering if there is a way to save all the incoming sms messages on a computer. I have a Sony Ericsson K700i. It has IR and bluetooth. A USB cable is also available.
Sony Ericsson also gives a software for data transfer between the mobile and computer.

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Old 21st May 2006, 21:20   #2
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Hi all,
I was wondering if there is a way to save all the incoming sms messages on a computer. I have a Sony Ericsson K700i. It has IR and bluetooth. A USB cable is also available.
Sony Ericsson also gives a software for data transfer between the mobile and computer.

Cheers,
Vivek
O2 something? or was it oxygen?
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Old 21st May 2006, 21:45   #3
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Hi..
I use Float's mobile agent (FMA) for transferring between Mobile and PC.
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Yep for the Sony ericcson fones nothing better than FMA

get it at http://fma.sourceforge.net/
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I downloaded some software called My Phone Explorer. Anybody know how good it is? I will try the FMA too.

JK, is oxygen another software?
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Its oxygen phone manager. But its for nokia phones only i think.
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my phone explorer is what i use too. far better than FMA in terms of speed if ur using BT
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Looks like my phone explorer is made for sony ericsson. they have the sony ericsson logo all over.
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Looks like my phone explorer is made for sony ericsson. they have the sony ericsson logo all over.
would it work with a p900 ?

could you post the download link for "my phone explorer "
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I did not bookmark the link from where I got my phone explorer. Try a google search. I will also try to get it for you.
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For Nokia Phones It will be - Nokia Phone Manager
For Sony - FMA is best..
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As with Samsung & Nokia the software provided has a sync function and this is used to sync the messages and the data with the computer. I havent used the sony ericsson just had P800 when it was released and it use to sync with the messages so i think that there should be a similar option in the software provided and there is also a software called O2 Phone Manager II which syncs all phones. So if u dont have a good software consider using this.
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Default My problem is eggjackly ulta!!

Guys!
Is there any way i can get an sms on my cell (SE P910i, airtel, Karnataka) every time i get an email on my web email address??
There used to be those email IDs that u could use to send an sms to that number via email some time back (e.g. 9845612345@airtel.karnataka.co or something like that), but last time i checked with Airtel, they had discontinued that feature due to abuse.
So... lemme know if u know!

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@amit: Dont know how usefull this would be but rediffmail allows you to get your mail on your cell. there are some restrictions but it works for me.

Guys my Nokia suite does not identify my dongle what could be the problem ?
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Guys my Nokia suite does not identify my dongle what could be the problem ?
Do you have Windows XP Installed ? make sure u have SP2, it detects Bluetooth easily..
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