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  1. #1
    Randy Slavey
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    So I recently bought the MM-A920 and, despite the advertisement on the
    Sprint website, have yet to find anyone who has successfully
    transferred their contact data from their PC to their phone. I called
    Sprint, and they bumped me up to their Tier II tech support who told me
    to shop around for a third party solution. I hit Samsung's website,
    and they have no USB drivers for this phone (neither it nor the MM-A900
    are even listed as options under their support selections). Has anyone
    found a way to successfully 1) upload contact information from their PC
    or 2) upload MP3s, wavs, or MIDIs to use as ring tones (I know I can
    transfer the files via the TransFlash card, but you can't use them as
    ringtones). Thanks in advance.




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  2. #2
    JT
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    Re: MM-A920 Data Transfer

    I hvae the MM-A920. I haven't found a solution either. Let me know if you do
    find something.

    Thanks,
    JT

    "Randy Slavey" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > So I recently bought the MM-A920 and, despite the advertisement on the
    > Sprint website, have yet to find anyone who has successfully
    > transferred their contact data from their PC to their phone. I called
    > Sprint, and they bumped me up to their Tier II tech support who told me
    > to shop around for a third party solution. I hit Samsung's website,
    > and they have no USB drivers for this phone (neither it nor the MM-A900
    > are even listed as options under their support selections). Has anyone
    > found a way to successfully 1) upload contact information from their PC
    > or 2) upload MP3s, wavs, or MIDIs to use as ring tones (I know I can
    > transfer the files via the TransFlash card, but you can't use them as
    > ringtones). Thanks in advance.
    >






  3. #3
    Ed Jay
    Guest

    Re: MM-A920 Data Transfer

    JT scribed:

    >I hvae the MM-A920. I haven't found a solution either. Let me know if you do
    >find something.
    >
    >Thanks,
    >JT
    >
    >"Randy Slavey" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> So I recently bought the MM-A920 and, despite the advertisement on the
    >> Sprint website, have yet to find anyone who has successfully
    >> transferred their contact data from their PC to their phone. I called
    >> Sprint, and they bumped me up to their Tier II tech support who told me
    >> to shop around for a third party solution. I hit Samsung's website,
    >> and they have no USB drivers for this phone (neither it nor the MM-A900
    >> are even listed as options under their support selections). Has anyone
    >> found a way to successfully 1) upload contact information from their PC
    >> or 2) upload MP3s, wavs, or MIDIs to use as ring tones (I know I can
    >> transfer the files via the TransFlash card, but you can't use them as
    >> ringtones). Thanks in advance.
    >>

    I've successfully migrated my Outlook contacts to my A900. It was
    easy...once I spent a lot of time trying. :-)

    Do I understand that you don't have the USB driver? I found it on the
    Samsung site.

    Do you have Bluetooth capability on your computer? That's the quickest and
    easiest way to effect the migration. I paid $20 for a USB BT adapter. The
    included software made the task trivial. I started Outlook, highlighted
    all contacts I wanted to move, and exported them 'using BT.'

    To migrate, you usually have to save your Outlook contacts as card files
    (.vcf). There are a couple of ways to do this.
    --
    Ed Jay (remove 'M' to respond by email)



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