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Apple Powerbook and a new PDA

Discussion in 'Software' started by Soulfly22583, 14 Feb 2006.

  1. Soulfly22583

    Soulfly22583 New Member

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    I have a powerbook g4 and need to get a new PDA in the coming months... would a PDA even be able to sync with my calender/address book inside of OSX?


    Any thoughts/suggestions/constructive criticism is GREATLY appreciated =)
     
  2. Hybr1d

    Hybr1d Bаnned

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    Missing Sync ftvv. I use it to sync OS X with my Pocket PC
     
  3. Soulfly22583

    Soulfly22583 New Member

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    Can you expand on this bud? Thanks
     
  4. Hybr1d

    Hybr1d Bаnned

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    Not got much time but this should give you all the nifo you need ;)

    http://www.markspace.com/
     
  5. SensesFail

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    I think iSync works with the Palm Tungsten. To use a pocketpc or some of palms more powerful PDA's you have to buy (download?) a separate program...but it is entirely possible.
     
  6. Lovah

    Lovah Apple and Canon fanboy

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    I use iSync to sinc iCal/adresbook with a k750i and a Palm Tungsten. All basic stuff works great. But my phone didn't recognise some of the data in a entry in the adressbook.

    But with the palm it works pretty well!

    L
     
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  7. Tomm

    Tomm I also ride trials :¬)

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    As Lovah said, it all works with a Palm PDA, no extra software required. You either set it to Sync with the Palm calendar that it installs, or use the iSync conduit (takes a little bit of playing but it's all in the iSync help). I bought a Palm because I had heard Windows-based PDA's don't work on Macs. But as has already been said, you can download some software I think likeTHIS never used it though. I like my Palm PDA, the Windows ones I've seen are about twice the size.
     
  8. customh

    customh conflagration.

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    as tom said
     
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