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Mobile Phone Tools on Mac

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I have a Motorola V220 phone and I like it a lot. One of the reasons I bought it was because it had a mini USB port that would allow me to hook it up to a PC. This requires buying (or downloading) a program called Mobile Phone Tools as the interface between the phone and the computer. Will this program work on a Mac? Do I even need to use this program when connecting my phone to a Mac? What are some of my options?

PS - I'm not sure if this is the exact place for this thread but it is a general OS compatibility question. Thanks for any input!
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I am not sure about your specific question. Do you have Bluetooth on both devices? I have the Motorola V3 RAZR and it connects with my Powerbook using Bluetooth. Makes it easy. Good luck.

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As ur details indicate, ur on OS 9. As far as support for ur phone is concerned, no Motorola software or third-party program I know of exists for OS 9.

mobile phonetools (MPT) works on Windows only, but there are a few alternatives available for OS X:



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