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  1. #1
    John Navas
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    Q: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?

    A: ShopOEM.com

    $9 plus $6 shipping
    <http://www.andale.com/stores/sf_itemHome.jsp?lid=135823114&cid=1355415&mode=1>
    OR
    $15 with USB cable plus $7 shipping
    <http://www.andale.com/stores/sf_itemHome.jsp?lid=135823060&cid=1355415&mode=1>

    Then upgrade online to latest version.

    NOTE: I have no connection to and have never used this vendor.

    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



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  2. #2
    jc
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    Re: FAQ: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?

    John Navas wrote:
    > Q: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?
    >
    > A: ShopOEM.com
    >
    > $9 plus $6 shipping
    > <http://www.andale.com/stores/sf_itemHome.jsp?lid=135823114&cid=1355415&mode=1>
    > OR
    > $15 with USB cable plus $7 shipping
    > <http://www.andale.com/stores/sf_itemHome.jsp?lid=135823060&cid=1355415&mode=1>
    >
    > Then upgrade online to latest version.
    >
    > NOTE: I have no connection to and have never used this vendor.
    >

    Got mine thru e-bay
    12.00 with cable
    plus 2.00 shipping



  3. #3
    John Navas
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    Re: FAQ: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    In <[email protected]> on Mon, 27 Feb 2006 13:16:18 -0600, jc
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >John Navas wrote:
    >> Q: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?
    >>
    >> A: ShopOEM.com
    >>
    >> $9 plus $6 shipping
    >> <http://www.andale.com/stores/sf_itemHome.jsp?lid=135823114&cid=1355415&mode=1>
    >> OR
    >> $15 with USB cable plus $7 shipping
    >> <http://www.andale.com/stores/sf_itemHome.jsp?lid=135823060&cid=1355415&mode=1>
    >>
    >> Then upgrade online to latest version.
    >>
    >> NOTE: I have no connection to and have never used this vendor.
    >>

    >Got mine thru e-bay
    >12.00 with cable
    >plus 2.00 shipping


    Just be careful on eBay: While some items are legitimate, others are pirated
    or counterfeit.

    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  4. #4
    BruceR
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    Re: FAQ: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?

    The OP's question clearly stated that he was looking for a legit (i.e.
    NOT pirated) copy of the program. While many don't give a rat's ass and
    find nothing wrong with just stealing whatever they want because they
    won't get caught, the OP was clear that he is not one of those and the
    response pointed out an area to be looked at in making that
    determination.
    I would not let those who don't give a rat's ass into my home as I'm
    sure I'd have to count the silverware after they left. These people
    will tell you they are honest people when in fact they think that
    stealing is perfectly fine - it's the "getting caught" part that keeps
    them from doing it in person.



    > In article
    > <[email protected]>, John
    > Navas <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>> Got mine thru e-bay
    >>> 12.00 with cable
    >>> plus 2.00 shipping

    >>
    >> Just be careful on eBay: While some items are legitimate, others
    >> are pirated or counterfeit.

    >
    > Why are you so worried for him, John? Don't you think he's a big boy
    > who can take care of himself?
    >
    > Have you ever thought that he doesn't give a rat's ass, either?






  5. #5
    GomJabbar
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    Re: FAQ: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?

    Unless your looking at a different OP than John Navas, J.N. posted a
    hypothetical question and an answer to it. He was not looking for the
    program for himself.




  6. #6
    BruceR
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    Re: FAQ: How can I get Motorola Phone Tools legitimately and cheaply?

    But the question did, nonetheless, ask about a legit copy whether for
    himself or for a hypothetical buyer.


    > Unless your looking at a different OP than John Navas, J.N. posted a
    > hypothetical question and an answer to it. He was not looking for the
    > program for himself.






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