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Sharp oz-770 How much to get a 770 that is dead fixed. Also to retrive information. I have RuppLynx 6.2 software. When I try and transfer data back and forth between my computer and my organizer it only lets me transfer the Calender, Schedule, Birthday and To Do data. It will not let me transfer the Telephone data. When I open "Telephone" in my RuppLynx it is there but I can't get it to restore into my Wizard. I have tried all the Synchronizations and Transfers and it simply won't let me do it.

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Just try this link

http://www.thewizardshop.net/

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Have you tried transferring with the original software for the device? Here is a page with download links for the original software, also here is a free trial software that claims it can transfer this data.

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Looking for software for OZ-730. Found that www.mywizard.com is no longer an accessible site.


CALL thewizardshop.net 803-736-4382 they have software and sharp organizers.The wizardshop can help you with ALL your Sharp Organizer needs.
Cords,software for Windows XP and 7. They have Sharp OZ-730,OZ-770 and YO-520. They also repair ALL Sharp organizers with a keyboard.
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Nov 29, 2010 | Sharp Wizard OZ-730

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Organizer Oz-770


If you already change the battery with a new one and still have the same problem this unit may have problem inside its circuit board so if you want you can take it to a repair center near you or check this link tey repair this kind of device http://www.thewizardshop.net/5.html

Good luck.........

Aug 09, 2008 | Sharp Wizard OZ-770

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Transfer OZ-750 Data to Computer


Hi Pat,

and with the indulgence of otacon and Ekse...

You would need the Docking Module and the attached COM1 cable/plug.
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You might find this page/document very informative if not interesting. Should you need the software (Day-Timer Organizer), it is available here. Additionally, a Q & A about OZ750 is here.

Hope this be of additional help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

May 04, 2008 | Sharp Wizard OZ-730

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Is there any way to interace with USB


You will need 3 items to interface your Wizard with a USB port.

1. A generic USB to RS-232 adapter cable (with 9-pin serial connector, to match the connector on the OZ-730 interface cable).

2. A USB to RS-232 driver for the above cable. (If you have Windows XP: HL-340.EXE, contained in 111.rar, which can be downloaded from www.usbserialdrivers.com. If you have another version of Windows, or if you have Linux, you will have to consult the documentation on www.usbserialdrivers.com to find the correct driver.

3. Software to communicate with the Wizard. You should be able to use the software that came with it, or purchase RuppLynx, or download Microsoft ActiveSync or a similar free program.

I used a cable I purchased on ebay, the HL-340.EXE driver installer, and RuppLynx software to connect an OZ-730, an OZ-570, and a Zaurus 5800 to my Windows XP laptop without any problem.

Nov 13, 2010 | Sharp Wizard OZ-730

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I would like to transfer the data from my OZ-770 to a more usable data base format file. Andy K.


Here is a review:

{ ... The most interesting feature of this organizer is that it can download additional programs. You can find plenty of existing programs on Sharp's web site www.mywizard.com. Most of them are pretty basic and uninteresting, certainly not the same variety or commercial quality you would find for a Palm or Windows PDA, but they're free. You can find out more about programming it yourself at www.ozdev.com. You can write your own programs for it on the PC in C or BASIC. It also supports an optional BASIC interpreter so that you can quickly write your own simple programs on the unit. The development kit and BASIC interpreter can be downloaded for free.

The PC interface is a serial port (19.2 kbps speed), a lot slower than USB, but not really a problem for the amount of memory on the unit. (But a potential problem for anyone with one of those new minimal PCs with only USB ports.)

The OZ-770PC package comes with a serial cable and Sharp backup software. The Sharp backup software is pretty basic. You can buy more expensive optional organizer software that supports it, and you can also find shareware on the web that supports it. It is capable of synchronizing with a PC database, ... }

http://www0.epinions.com/review/Sharp_Wizard_OZ_770__PDAs___Handhelds_OZ_770/content_102883233412

Basically you export is as a text file, and then you can import it into something like Excel in order to convert it to a different format.

Aug 19, 2010 | Sharp Wizard OZ-770

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I have an old 770 that has loss of screen in vertical lines. Can this be fixed?


I had an identical. screen is coming unglued. Con't bother, time to move on. Get a Siemens SX66 and you'll never look back.

Aug 23, 2009 | Sharp Wizard OZ-770

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Syncronizing the data from a Sharp OZ-650 to a new computer


A quick and dirty method of getting your data to near flat file format is to find a computer with the old RS-232 serial port and use a third party software called "Rupplynx" v 6.0 or 6.1 to download the data from the Wizard to the Rupplynx software on the PC. The backup/extracted files that you create with this software will be binary but the address book, memo etc data portion of the file will be ASCII text that is readable (beware, even the secret entries are readable so you will have to guard the computer that the files are on). A better but slower way is to copy and paste the uploaded and displayed data text in the Rupplynx 3rd party software to a Word document or plain *.txt file. I did this for the most important data since I also had about 10 years worth of memos and contacts.

I copied the whole subdirectory with the binary files from a windows XP computer that had an RS-232 port to a Windows vista computer and the program ran fine so that I could get the data into a compatible format such as Word or plain text file format. (via copy and paste) Rupplynx also has an export option to export to different file formats...

Oct 24, 2008 | Sharp Wizard OZ-650PC

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Sharp Wizard OZ-770 working with Windows Vista


The www.wizardshop.net
can help you get it working with vista 32bit.
Go to www.thewizardshop.net and email or call them.

Aug 08, 2008 | Sharp Wizard OZ-770

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Sharp Wizard OZ-770


Here is a link to the manual

Jul 31, 2008 | Sharp Wizard OZ-770

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