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Mac Drivers for tethering an i930 phone to a macbook pro

I'm trying to tether my motorola i930 phone to my macbook pro but i can't seem to find the drivers anywhere.  It told me to use apple talk to communicate with my sync'd phone, but I don't have apple talk on my mac either, unless with the new mac it is under a different name.  Could somebody please help me if its at all possible,  My email is crris@hotmail.com or my cell number is 814-525-6997 thank you so very much.

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Normally I would say use BlueTooth, but the i930 does not have Bluetooth.

I would look into using this software - http://www.pocketmac.net/products/devices/motorola_i930.html

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