Thats the phone I have too I havent plugged it into my Mac yet. Can you install the Nokia software that it comes with as well on the mac?max_altitude said:
You can't install the software (as far as I know), and I only ever connect it via Bluetooth. The Bluetooth manager on the Mac makes it easy to transfer files back and forth and iSync works well with Address Book (it should also work with iCal, but I haven't tried that out yet).viccles said:Thats the phone I have too I havent plugged it into my Mac yet. Can you install the Nokia software that it comes with as well on the mac?
I disagree with that statement.omtatsat said:
Huh?!? No, you have it all wrong my friend. Macs LOVE mobile phones. I let my flatmate synch her's to an account on my iMac because she can't get the proprietary software (Nokia) to work correctly on her PC. The problem is that ActiveSynch is actively broken on Windows, whereas iSynch on the mac "Just Works (tm)". There is literally nothing easier than synching phones and macs.omtatsat said:
Agreed third party software in inevitably dreadful. I much prefer the simple way of using a few nice integrated apps that came with the Mac.joshysquashy said:I much prefer this to having to install third party software that forces itself to run on startup and creates extra menus everywhere and crashes and requires registration etc.
Its personal preference, but the mac way is my way.
Mmmm, are you just trolling? You started this thread out with a foregone conclusion.... Most Bluetooth phones, aside from the ones that run Palm or WM, are supported out of the box. Mark/Space provides software that supports most Palm and WM phones.omtatsat said: