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    Ok i have looked at the isync website for compatible devices and what i want isnt there.

    I'd like to know does anybody know of any software that allows you to sync data or send files from your mac to nokia phones?
    Specifically programs that suppport nokia 5100 or 6610
    and using the Nokia Connectivity Cable DKU-5

    ive already tried MacMedia's PhoneDirector and LogoSender
    they aren't any good
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    No idea man. The only phones that seem to be supported are the symbian 60 phones. Which is really annoying. My 7600 will only sync the galllery. So I can't use it for contacts. Which sucks.
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    Ahh, join the 7600-owning club
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    Similar question but different phone and a search provided no answers

    OK I have just got a Nokia 3120 and my googling gives me an option of an expensive software/harware solution called datapilot and pretty much nothing else.

    Does anyone know a way to connect a Nokia to a Mac via USB, I'd be happy with a hack that only allows manual contact backup and ways to update ringtones and pics.

    Obviously the PC suite + virtual PC is another expensive work around but has anyone know of low level drivers or anything that allows you to use some means to solve this?

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