I just bought the HTC touch. day two of having it i decided to upload some mp3's and jpegs. I try'd to plug it in to my imac and nothin happend. I tryed to install the "getting started disk" but it's a exe file and mac's dont read those. so am I doomed with having a microsoft phone and a apple computer?
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The HTC Touch Pro does not easily natively sync with a Mac computer. There are a couple of pieces of software you could try to get pictures from your phone to your computer.
One is the Missing Sync for HTC Touch from Mark/Space - http://www.markspace.com/products/htctouch/htc-touch-sync-mac.html
This program has been well tested. I've used a different version (for a palm phone) and it works well. It costs $40.
Another program that I do not have experience with is SyncMate for Mac from Eltima Software - http://www.sync-mac.com/
Unfortunately, only the $40 version syncs photos.
If you have a microSD card in your phone, you can put photos on the card, then use a USB card reader to put the files on your computer.
There is also a possibility of using bluetooth or email to transfer the photos. You can email yourself the photos and pick them up on your computer, or possibly transfer the files with bluetooth.
I have never used the HTC Touch Pro before, but the process to get bluetooth started should be something like this...
- Make sure your smartphone is set to "Discoverable"
- Go to System Preferences > Bluetooth on your computer.
- Click the "+" button at the bottom of the device list.
- Select your phone from the list when it shows up and complete the Bluetooth Setup Assistant.
- On your phone navigate to the photo and try to find an option to send the photo via bluetooth. You will have to accept the transfer on your computer and the file will most likely go to my documents.
I hope this helps!
ok for your pc try this software, this will display heaps of different types of picture files on your pc, click link or copy and paste this link below into your internet explorer's address bar and press enter
Step 1: Plug your Garmin 765 into your computer (Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix) with a USB cable.
Step 2: Navigate to the drive named GARMIN (varies by type of computer you have).
Step 3: Create a folder in the root for the GARMIN drive called MP3 (in all caps, just like the JPEG folder).
Step 4: Copy your MP3 files into this folder.
Step 5: Eject the GARMIN drive like any other USB drive.
Step 6: Unplug the USB cable as the 765 starts-up.
Step 7: Click Menu > Tools > Media Player > Browse
Step 8: Enjoy your music!
please provide me with an email adress for me to send you the programs required for this. Yahoo would be preferable since it supports easy file transfers. Otherwise you may search for the divx player,codec & converter (free version) or smartmovie ( the most efective and easy to use version, however it costs something around $28).