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  1. #1
    Mij Adyaw
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    Isiah,

    How did you back-up your phonebook/contacts on the Razr? Can you believe
    that Futuredial does not support the Sprint Razr and does not have plans to
    support it? Those bastards!

    The Razr also does not support the new over-the-air contact backup that is
    being offered by Sprint. How can I backup my contacts now that I have then
    entered into the phone? I need a solution as soon as possible.

    I need information of where to download the latest version of Motorola Phone
    Tools. Also, does it only work with Bluetooth, or is it possible to use it
    with a USB cable connected from the computer to the phone.

    Thanks for the information





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  2. #2
    Isaiah Beard
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    Re: Need Motorola Phone Tools- Backing-up Address Book Suggestions

    Mij Adyaw wrote:
    > Isiah,
    >
    > How did you back-up your phonebook/contacts on the Razr?


    I used Motorola Phone Tools (MPT).


    > Can you believe
    > that Futuredial does not support the Sprint Razr and does not have plans to
    > support it? Those bastards!



    They probably realize that Motorola already supports their products
    quite well with their own software, and don't feel they can compete with
    MPT. Sucks to be Futuredial.


    > The Razr also does not support the new over-the-air contact backup that is
    > being offered by Sprint.


    Now THAT I was not aware of. I'm quite surprised! I'm wondering if
    it's a capability the phone lacks, or if Sprint simply hasn't updated
    their application to support the phone. I would suspect the latter:
    Sprint doesn't even have car chargers in their stores yet that are RAZR
    compatible. And as I've said before, it seems like someone on the CDMA
    side of Sprint really has a chip on their shoulder for Motorola, and is
    doing everything they can get away with to NOT support the Moto handsets.

    > How can I backup my contacts now that I have then
    > entered into the phone? I need a solution as soon as possible.
    > I need information of where to download the latest version of Motorola Phone
    > Tools. Also, does it only work with Bluetooth, or is it possible to use it
    > with a USB cable connected from the computer to the phone.


    Right here:

    http://www.bvrp.com/customers/motoro...g/selector.htm

    It's 30 bucks. After you install it, make sure you run LiveUpdate to
    ensure you have the absolute latest version of MPT. You need the very
    latest version to support the Sprint RAZR V3m.


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  3. #3
    Isaiah Beard
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    Re: Need Motorola Phone Tools- Backing-up Address Book Suggestions

    jjim wrote:
    > Also, does it only work with Bluetooth, or is it possible to use it
    >> with a USB cable connected from the computer to the phone.
    >>
    >> Thanks for the information

    >
    > it comes with a USB cable....


    Actually it doesn't. Mine sure didn't anyway.

    But, the RAZR does take any standard USB cable with a mini B connector.
    And yes, MPT will work via USB cable to support the V3m. Actually,
    I'd recommend the cable over Bluetooth anyway.



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  4. #4
    Mij Adyaw
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    Re: Need Motorola Phone Tools- Backing-up Address Book Suggestions

    Thanks for the information. I installed Motorola Phone Tools and it works
    quite well.

    -mij

    "Isaiah Beard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Mij Adyaw wrote:
    >> Isiah,
    >>
    >> How did you back-up your phonebook/contacts on the Razr?

    >
    > I used Motorola Phone Tools (MPT).
    >
    >
    >> Can you believe that Futuredial does not support the Sprint Razr and does
    >> not have plans to support it? Those bastards!

    >
    >
    > They probably realize that Motorola already supports their products quite
    > well with their own software, and don't feel they can compete with MPT.
    > Sucks to be Futuredial.
    >
    >
    >> The Razr also does not support the new over-the-air contact backup that
    >> is being offered by Sprint.

    >
    > Now THAT I was not aware of. I'm quite surprised! I'm wondering if it's
    > a capability the phone lacks, or if Sprint simply hasn't updated their
    > application to support the phone. I would suspect the latter: Sprint
    > doesn't even have car chargers in their stores yet that are RAZR
    > compatible. And as I've said before, it seems like someone on the CDMA
    > side of Sprint really has a chip on their shoulder for Motorola, and is
    > doing everything they can get away with to NOT support the Moto handsets.
    >
    >> How can I backup my contacts now that I have then entered into the phone?
    >> I need a solution as soon as possible.
    >> I need information of where to download the latest version of Motorola
    >> Phone Tools. Also, does it only work with Bluetooth, or is it possible to
    >> use it with a USB cable connected from the computer to the phone.

    >
    > Right here:
    >
    > http://www.bvrp.com/customers/motoro...g/selector.htm
    >
    > It's 30 bucks. After you install it, make sure you run LiveUpdate to
    > ensure you have the absolute latest version of MPT. You need the very
    > latest version to support the Sprint RAZR V3m.
    >
    >
    > --
    > E-mail fudged to thwart spammers.
    > Transpose the c's and a's in my e-mail address to reply.






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