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brashley46
post Dec 12 2005, 11:15 AM
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I've got this good-looking desktop installed on my XandrOS 3.02 box; can anybody show me how to synch with my 5500 running the 3.13 ROM? huh.gif
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post Dec 13 2005, 07:39 AM
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QUOTE(brashley46 @ Dec 12 2005, 07:15 PM)
I've got this good-looking desktop installed on my XandrOS 3.02 box; can anybody show me how to synch with my 5500 running the 3.13 ROM?  huh.gif
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I din't think it' spossible to sync to Qtopia Desktop 1.7 using the Sharp ROM 3.1 or 3.13. Sharp changed the database format it uses for PIM information in the 3.1 ROM. If you want to sync using Qtopia Desktop, your best bet will be to use the version that came on the Sharp CD-ROM.

Another option is to try KO/PI (see http://pi-sync.net). It's an excellent organizing and PIM package. KO/PI comes with a package that lets you sync the KO/PI data with the Sharp DTM format. You'll be able to sync your data without too much trouble.

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brashley46
post Dec 13 2005, 06:05 PM
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QUOTE(ceffyl @ Dec 13 2005, 10:39 AM)
QUOTE(brashley46 @ Dec 12 2005, 07:15 PM)
I've got this good-looking desktop installed on my XandrOS 3.02 box; can anybody show me how to synch with my 5500 running the 3.13 ROM?  huh.gif
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I din't think it' spossible to sync to Qtopia Desktop 1.7 using the Sharp ROM 3.1 or 3.13. Sharp changed the database format it uses for PIM information in the 3.1 ROM. If you want to sync using Qtopia Desktop, your best bet will be to use the version that came on the Sharp CD-ROM.

Another option is to try KO/PI (see http://pi-sync.net). It's an excellent organizing and PIM package. KO/PI comes with a package that lets you sync the KO/PI data with the Sharp DTM format. You'll be able to sync your data without too much trouble.

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Thanks, I guess I'll have to try that!
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