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    thesaint
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    I was wondering if anyone has tried this successfully yet. If they use the futuredial crap and what software. I heard there is another software that is better to use to view the file systems and all and I have the link to it on sourceforge, but I just wanted to know if anyone else has been able to play with it and which cable they used to do it...before I give it a try -_^
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    DiGG3r
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    I have been able to use my RL2500/SCP5400 with my USB data cable. Just install the Sanyo drivers, open a new Dial-up logon and dial #777 to use your phone as a modem.



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    caylolo
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    hey

    don't use any stupid usb cable, use http://www.t1mmy.net, it allows you to upload any Midi or Jpeg file straight to your phone and download it for free instead of downloading stupid ringers from sprint for like $1.50 a piece. check it out



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    DiGG3r
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    t1mmy is great if you only occasionally want to download files to your phone. Otherwise www.3gupload.com is the best place for downloads and has a personal locker for your files, and the USB cable is awesome for on the go 'net access.



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    rbadh91
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    well if you have a radioshack near u, you can get the cable free when you buy the software
    Last edited by rbadh91; 07-11-2005 at 07:47 AM.



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    shopboy
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    usb cable

    I'm using a usb cable with one of the free applications and I am able to manage the contacts. it copies the ringtones from the handset to the pewter but not visa versa.



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    baycity
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    yeah i dont use the cables i use the focus uploader at sprintusers.com... helpful



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    forty01
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    The product your talking about is BitPim
    http://bitpim.sourceforge.net/

    It really is a great program and considering it's free, you can't lose.
    All those other websites and there's more of them are good sites. Each item has a purpose. I use BitPm to backup my PhoneBook, Calendar, Ringtones, and WallPaper and/or Pictures if Picture Phone. I've retrieved my MSL with it and more. Goto the website and see if it's for you.

    =40=

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