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scruffie
13th July 2007, 07:00 PM
I'm not sure whether this is old news but i bumped into this: http://europe.nokia.com/A4423134

Transfer pictures, videos, music, and more between your compatible Nokia device and Mac.

Even ITUNES! :)

Jaffa
13th July 2007, 07:05 PM
Yeah... I downloaded this as soon as I got home with my Nokia 6233 on Sunday. Pity it doesnt actually support the Nokia 6233... AFAIK only S60 OS'd phones and not the S40's...

smilne360
13th July 2007, 07:19 PM
and surpise it works... and works well :]

i love it.

scritch
13th July 2007, 07:31 PM
and surpise it works... and works well :]

i love it.

Now I just want 4gb and 8gb microSD cards and I'll be even happier :)

Regards,
Shane.

jubilantjeremy
13th July 2007, 08:21 PM
SON-OF-A!! My 6288 isn't supported... :(

smilne360
13th July 2007, 08:59 PM
Now I just want 4gb and 8gb microSD cards and I'll be even happier :)

Regards,
Shane.

4+8 would be nice. but i have no real neeed for it. the music player isnt good enough for me to use as a main player. so now i have the iPod.

you an n95er too?

DJY
13th July 2007, 09:39 PM
you an n95er too?

Do Nokia phone play better with Mac OS X these days?
Whilst I noticed N95 isn't on the isync list of supported devices...
the other N phones are - which makes me suspect it would work?

I have a SE W810i which I might need to move on from soon...
and whilst I love the idea of NextG for data / email speeds...
none of the phones even come close to being reliable, good quality, or being able to sync easily with iCal and Address Book it seems.

Might have to consider going back to Nokia?!?! (is that wrong of me?)

Last phone was SE T610 which was one of the nest phones I've had (and I've had a few I guess!)
Don't think I can wait for the rumour of an iPhone... and even if it comes to Aust - we still don't know when (yes I know - Asia in 2008)... but Dec 2008 is too far!

scruffie
13th July 2007, 09:55 PM
my e65 works pretty well. yay. since i dont have my ipod nano anymore, this would be perfect for me to listen to podcasts on my commute.

itunes works well - except if you import music with drm on it (bought from itunes store). when you transfer it to the nokia it converts it to another format or something and it loses the artist tag. its also a b*tch to delete afterwards.

smilne360
13th July 2007, 09:59 PM
my n95 syncs very nice with the mac,

camera loads in to iphoto,
music transerfers thru itunes
calender and contacts all sync

before the nokia software it did it all, but it took a little longer to do it manually. but the contancts and calender was always there off bat.


the 6280 i had previously worked too, just used as a mass storage device.
dads 6233 takes a little bit more work. but it seems the same for everything with that one.

SyncMan
14th July 2007, 04:52 AM
I use this great software instead...

http://www.macmedia.sk/ (PhoneDirector in my case.)

wesleyong
14th July 2007, 09:00 AM
Yeah, connecting up your phone with iSync is pretty sweet! =)
I want something that can do all my sms messages and stuff too...

wesleyong
14th July 2007, 09:03 AM
But hey, I guess that's what the MacMedia products are for right?

SyncMan
15th July 2007, 03:58 AM
But hey, I guess that's what the MacMedia products are for right?

Hey wesleyong you one smart cookie.

You hit the nail on the head.

The MacMedia solution can do that and much more.

ie Did you know that you can send an SMS message right from your Mac, no Net connection involved?

Furthermore did you know that when I send that SMS I can make it appear on your mobile as a warning type message? ie You see it straight away, no checking your inbox.

Also you can backup your entire Nokia phone to your Mac.