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If it indicates that it hasn't actually sent anything to us yet.

The common sync phases for Sony Ericsson devices are:

  • Synchronising
  • Sending
  • Receiving
  • Sync Complete
you would have to double check all of the connection settings in use on the device and also ensure they are correctly linked to the sync application (some devices require that the settings are enabled for the sync application).

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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