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Cingular Sync (SGH-a707)

by n7g13 / April 8, 2007 7:36 AM PDT

Not sure if this is the correct place to post about this, but I recently got a Cingular Sync (SGH-a707). I like it, but I'm having problems transferring information from it to my computer. I installed everything from the disc (USB drivers and a photo studio program) but when I connect it using the USB cord and try to open the folders titled "SGH-a707", theres nothing inside them and the photo studio program doesn't seem to recognize that there's a phone connected to the computer.

(might've accidentally double posted, if so, sorry)

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If the phone is like my sons
by PudgyOne / April 8, 2007 9:23 AM PDT

He has a usb attachment that he attached to the computer. He then takes out the mini sd chip and puts it in the usb device. He transfers pictures and songs to the device, takes out the mini sd chip and puts it in the phone.

The people at Cingular are very helpful with these issues.


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by n7g13 / April 8, 2007 10:11 AM PDT

Ah, that actually works pretty well. Thanks! But the chip is treated as something separate so I have to transfer everything to it first, this isn't too much of a hassle but I'm still curious as to why I can't just get to my phones memory directly.

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