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  1. #1
    HLE
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    'nuff said. I need some handholding. Surely some compulsively helpful person
    has put together a tutorial for people like me.





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  2. #2
    Daniel Juhn
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    Re: Is there a tutorial on the T610?

    yeh SE did it already.
    it came supplied with the phone... called a manual i think.

    "HLE" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > 'nuff said. I need some handholding. Surely some compulsively helpful

    person
    > has put together a tutorial for people like me.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Olaf Peuss
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    Re: Is there a tutorial on the T610?

    HLE wrote:

    > 'nuff said. I need some handholding. Surely some compulsively helpful
    > person has put together a tutorial for people like me.


    RTFM first, then Google, then you may post specific questions.

    Rgds, Olaf



  4. #4
    Lenny
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    Re: Is there a tutorial on the T610?


    > 'nuff said. I need some handholding.


    What you need handholding with, specifically?





  5. #5

    Re: Is there a tutorial on the T610?

    At the TMobile site I manually entered lists of phone numbers, then
    downloaded them to the phone. They appear in the SIM, but not in the phone
    book. I fumbled my way into a process whereby they can be transfered one at
    a time, but surely there is an easier way and before I get too far along on
    this I'd like to know what it is.

    Thanks.


    "Lenny" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > 'nuff said. I need some handholding.

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    > What you need handholding with, specifically?
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  6. #6
    shakewell
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    Re: Is there a tutorial on the T610?

    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > At the TMobile site I manually entered lists of phone numbers, then
    > downloaded them to the phone. They appear in the SIM, but not in the phone
    > book. I fumbled my way into a process whereby they can be transfered one

    at
    > a time, but surely there is an easier way and before I get too far along

    on
    > this I'd like to know what it is.
    >
    > Thanks.


    It shouldn't be too different to the T610 - on my old T300, I select 'Phone
    Book > Advanced > Copy from SIM'.

    As to why they were saved on your SIM in the first place - I don't know.
    Maybe there's an option on your T610 to choose the default number-saving
    memory area (SIM or phone memory).


    F=_
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    People that worry about the past are still living there.





  7. #7
    Lenny
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    Re: Is there a tutorial on the T610?


    > but surely there is an easier way and before I get too far along on
    > this I'd like to know what it is.


    You have tried prefs/phone book/advanced options/copy from SIM?





  8. #8

    Re: Is there a tutorial on the T610?

    No access until I shut down the phone, removed the battery, and waited for a
    while. Sort of a cold boot... I was then able to delete everything that I
    had cobbled into the SIM and Phonebook - a fresh start.

    The holy *MANUAL* says I can load the Phonebook from "PC, PDA" etc. I did
    the Synchronization view, etc., but it appears that to move a phonebook from
    my Palm I must go via Outlook. Is there a way to do it directly?

    I converted the Palm phonebook to CSV, put it in the T610 Sync folder, but
    couldn't trigger anything useful. Similarly, I activated IR on both devices,
    but they won't talk to each other.





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