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For those of you who have upgraded to Leopard: does Leopard cover more cell phones (to sync) then Tiger does? This is one thing about Mac that irritates me - life would be soooo much easier if I could have my addresses and calendar on my cell phone and not just my computer. I have tried Bitpim and others that cannot get them to work.
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Well, how about posting your phone model?
They have added some as far as I know.
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Well, how about posting your phone model?
They have added some as far as I know.
Sorry - it is a Katana SCP-6600 (Sprint). I have just spent two days researching Palm, Blackberry's, etc. The list at Apple does not seem very "up-to-date."
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well leopard supports more phones than tiger i guess..isync work great with both motorola v3i and nokia 7610..hope you find a way to sync

Just be nice and helpful...
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the katana (which version?) is just a budget phone really, i wouldnt be surprised to never see OSX support

i had one for a while, was hoping, like you, for a long long time.

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Hmm, doesn't look as though it'll work... Parallels & Windows software might be the only workaround...
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I'd like to see if they would support the HTC Mogul by sprint. Missing sync is not yet compatible with leopard yet...i think.
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the katana (which version?) is just a budget phone really, i wouldnt be surprised to never see OSX support

i had one for a while, was hoping, like you, for a long long time.
Not sure of a model number - just SCP-6600. It is an ok phone. I am still looking for a work-around. Even thought of installing a Linux system on my Mac so I can sync it with that but not sure that would solve my problem because the apps I want to sync are Mac apps, i.e., Address Book and iCal.
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There is a Missing Sync beta out that works with Leopard. I installed it last night and it is working well with my Tilt. I'm fiddling with bluetooth in Missing Sync but I'm able to hit my Tilt with iMac bluetooth and transfer files back and forth.

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