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Default 08-15-2009, 04:33 PM

For a Windows Mobile phone, you'll need a program like Missing Sync in order for it connect. This will pretty much do what Active Sync does, it'll add entries to iCal and Address book and let you move files across.

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Default 08-15-2009, 10:59 PM

I did a little Google search and it seems that a soft reset of the phone may help it be recognized by Mac OS.

No offense fragility_v2, but they aren't looking for ActiveSync compatibility, just access to the SD card via the USB Mass Storage emulation already programmed into the phone.

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Default 08-16-2009, 11:45 PM

You might need to buy a copy of Missing Sync, which syncs Windows Mobile devices to OS X. If you don't need to actually sync it might be overkill, but it does let you mount your device on the desktop as well.

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