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    Nokia 5310 XpressMusic Cell phone Mac comaptible?
    I don't know what forum to put this in... Anyways.. I just bought the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic Cell Phone. i plugged it in the USB and it does not show up on the desktop as an external device. Is this phone even compatible with mac? I'm looking to download and put screen savers,pics, music, ring tones.

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    my unlocked 5300 shows up through blue tooth after i installed this http://erka.kpumuk.info/mac-os-x/mac...nd-nokia-5300/

    I'm a few models off, but, i think that link has a link to a better site.

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    hi,
    You can get MAC related information from nokia site. http://europe.nokia.com/mac. I think currently they don't have isync plugin for Nokia 5310 XpressMusic Cell Phone but you can use Nokia Media Transfer.

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    Macbook 2.4 Core 2 Duo | 2GB Ram|160GB HD | SuperDrive
    I have a nokia 5310 and I just use bluetooth to transfer files. That's a perfect alternative if you have bluetooth on there.

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    Still moving 2 decades of Classic Mac files into 10.4 using an eMac 1.42
    OK, here's my notes I put in DEVONthink. If you don't have DT, you should get it ;-)

    Nokia 5310

    Main Support Page Nokia USA - Nokia 5310 XpressMusic support

    Nokia Europe Mac Support Main Page Nokia Europe - Mac software - Support

    Nokia Multimedia Transfer Nokia Europe - Nokia Multimedia Transfer - Support Transfer music from iTunes, photos from iPhoto, other files, etc.
    Installation: Download from above link, unzip and move (for example) to Utilities folder
    See Transfer from iTunes link on this page (under the How To tab) for iTunes, iPhoto, and Device Browser instructions (incl. video). More info is available under the FAQ tab.
    Versions (beta as of 12/08):
    v. 1.3 is last for 10.4.11, will run under 10.5
    v. 1.4 requires 10.5.5

    It works pretty well, at least on my 10.4.11 G4 eMac. Of course, there's also bluetooth if you have that. Have fun!

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    Still moving 2 decades of Classic Mac files into 10.4 using an eMac 1.42
    Of course, the above instructions should work with lots of other Nokia devices as well

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    Still moving 2 decades of Classic Mac files into 10.4 using an eMac 1.42
    Oh, and you need your phone set to PC Suite, I think it'll ask you if it isn't when you connect the USB.
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