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SOURCE: software for pantech c150
If I knew of any software I would be using it myself. I Googled the phone, looked at the Pantech site and even tried for grins & giggles to see if my version of Motorola phone tools would connect to the phone.
The issue seems to be that the phone is plug n play...my laptop recognized it, but there are no drivers to add it to your hardware list. Until that can be done you are not able to connect to the phone as a storage device and have access to the folders on it.
I am truly angry that I go this phone and will most likely upgrade to a Motorola so that I know that I will have a phone i can sync with my PC. Motorola seems to understand the importance of this; I am not sure of any other vendors.
If I ever find something to allow the data sync I will post it... I have already returned my data cable so it won't be a tested solution.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
open the headset port on top of phone and push the little square adapter connector part down with your nail, and that will take it out of headset mode..
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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