I use a Tungsten C but am switching to my all-in-one device (Samsung i500). The thing is, I will stop syncing my TC and just use the i500 and I want to give my i500 the same name, but I don't want certain software that was on the TC to end up on the i500.
Does this make sense and can anybody provide me with some tips on what I should do?
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I have had the same problem... twice. First time I held down some keys just trying desperately to get it to come back to life. Well I hit the right combination for a hard reset. So I lost all my data.
Second time I took my phone into the Sprint Store across from Sprint HQ in KC. The only thing they knew to do was a hard reset.
I'm suspicious since I was having trouble removing my battery the second time, that my battery's position may have caused some type of short. Still searching.
If addressbook is presently syncing to Contacts in Outlook, then you will need to reinstall the desktop to alter the conduits. The reinstall should overlay the present version. Just select to alter conduits when requested.
Not being familiar with (or a fan of) Mac, I did a little research and came up with this: Access a Shared Folder from Mac OS X. Open the Finder, click Go on the menu at the top of the screen, and select Connect to Server. Enter the following address, replacing COMPUTERNAME with the Windows computer's name: smb://COMPUTERNAME. You can also enter the other computer's local IP address instead of its name.
Not sure if it helps at all but there you have it.
You go to your toolbar and right-click on the icon. Select custom. On the drop-down, secect your hotsync name.. make sure the contacts and other built-in conduits (date-book, memos) are set to desktop overwrites handheld.
Search Installation Disk, I had this same issue. The Outlook conduit is on the installation guide, you have to search for it.
1. Insert the installation disk.
2. Open My Computer
3. Right click the drive that contains the disk.
4. Click Search.
5. Enter the conduit name for your device (ex: Pocket Mirror)
6. The search results should contain the executible file that you need to run to sync with Outlook.
Hope this helps.