Question about Computers & Internet
I'd be much easier if I know what kind of phone you're using, and if it supports usb, bluetooth, wifi etc connections..
A generic solution would depend on what kind of data xfer your cell phone (and computer) supports. Simplest way would be
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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