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  1. #1
    dgk
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    I'm trying out a Katana LX. I want to be able to load some games onto
    it and get photos off through the USB cable. It appears to be
    impossible using Bluetooth. It also appears to be impossible using the
    USB cable. I tried Bitpim but I can't find a driver that will allow it
    to recognize the phone. I found a few links where people supposedly
    got a working driver but none of the links work.

    Currently I have an old Motorola V551 which is years old but I had no
    problems using Motorola Phone Tools to do these things. I'm not
    keeping any phone that blocks me from just plugging it into my
    computer and accessing the files. I guess I'm just stubborn.

    Datapilot claims to be able to read and write contacts and read
    images. No file support so no ability to upload games to the phone.
    Still, halfway there.

    Any help appreciated.



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  2. #2
    Scott W
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    Re: Katana LX questions

    Use a free web uploader.

    "dgk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I'm trying out a Katana LX. I want to be able to load some games onto
    > it and get photos off through the USB cable. It appears to be
    > impossible using Bluetooth. It also appears to be impossible using the
    > USB cable. I tried Bitpim but I can't find a driver that will allow it
    > to recognize the phone. I found a few links where people supposedly
    > got a working driver but none of the links work.
    >
    > Currently I have an old Motorola V551 which is years old but I had no
    > problems using Motorola Phone Tools to do these things. I'm not
    > keeping any phone that blocks me from just plugging it into my
    > computer and accessing the files. I guess I'm just stubborn.
    >
    > Datapilot claims to be able to read and write contacts and read
    > images. No file support so no ability to upload games to the phone.
    > Still, halfway there.
    >
    > Any help appreciated.






  3. #3
    Scott W
    Guest

    Re: Katana LX questions

    For the pictures, use the Sprint service to U/L then save to your computer.
    I think it is included in the data plan.

    "dgk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm trying out a Katana LX. I want to be able to load some games onto
    > it and get photos off through the USB cable. It appears to be
    > impossible using Bluetooth. It also appears to be impossible using the
    > USB cable. I tried Bitpim but I can't find a driver that will allow it
    > to recognize the phone. I found a few links where people supposedly
    > got a working driver but none of the links work.
    >
    > Currently I have an old Motorola V551 which is years old but I had no
    > problems using Motorola Phone Tools to do these things. I'm not
    > keeping any phone that blocks me from just plugging it into my
    > computer and accessing the files. I guess I'm just stubborn.
    >
    > Datapilot claims to be able to read and write contacts and read
    > images. No file support so no ability to upload games to the phone.
    > Still, halfway there.
    >
    > Any help appreciated.






  4. #4
    Andy
    Guest

    Re: Katana LX questions

    it was when i had it by why pay 15 a month just to upload pictures?

    "Scott W" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > For the pictures, use the Sprint service to U/L then save to your
    > computer.
    > I think it is included in the data plan.
    >
    > "dgk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> I'm trying out a Katana LX. I want to be able to load some games onto
    >> it and get photos off through the USB cable. It appears to be
    >> impossible using Bluetooth. It also appears to be impossible using the
    >> USB cable. I tried Bitpim but I can't find a driver that will allow it
    >> to recognize the phone. I found a few links where people supposedly
    >> got a working driver but none of the links work.
    >>
    >> Currently I have an old Motorola V551 which is years old but I had no
    >> problems using Motorola Phone Tools to do these things. I'm not
    >> keeping any phone that blocks me from just plugging it into my
    >> computer and accessing the files. I guess I'm just stubborn.
    >>
    >> Datapilot claims to be able to read and write contacts and read
    >> images. No file support so no ability to upload games to the phone.
    >> Still, halfway there.
    >>
    >> Any help appreciated.

    >
    >






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