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  1. #1
    Ajanta
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    My new Nokia 6610 came as part of a set tha included a cable to connect
    to a USB port. At home I have a mac powerbook. My question is, what are
    the kind of things people do with a phone-mac hook up? The only thing I
    can think of is saving my contact info, and maybe downloading it to my
    next phone. Does that require any special software?



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  2. #2
    Pat
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    Re: Connecting a Nokia to a mac

    "Ajanta" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:200820041315053738%[email protected]
    > My new Nokia 6610 came as part of a set tha included a cable to connect
    > to a USB port. At home I have a mac powerbook. My question is, what are
    > the kind of things people do with a phone-mac hook up?



    Internet access?





  3. #3
    Ron Parsons
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    Re: Connecting a Nokia to a mac

    In article <200820041315053738%[email protected]>,
    Ajanta <[email protected]> wrote:

    >My new Nokia 6610 came as part of a set tha included a cable to connect
    >to a USB port. At home I have a mac powerbook. My question is, what are
    >the kind of things people do with a phone-mac hook up? The only thing I
    >can think of is saving my contact info, and maybe downloading it to my
    >next phone. Does that require any special software?


    I have the 6310i which has built in BlueTooth. There is a shareware
    called Phone Manager which will transfer data between the Nokia and
    Address Book.

    I've used the BlueTooth / GSM combination to go online both in the US
    and overseas.

    --
    Ron Parsons



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