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Cell phone help...
Rusty Burroughs, Photographer
Matthews | NC | United States | Posted: 11:00 PM on 01.18.06
->> Does anyone know if you can or how to hook a Samsung A950 phone to a mac iBookG4,for the purpose of transmitting images.
Thanks, Rusty
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Jeff Gritchen, Photographer
Long Beach | CA | USA | Posted: 3:21 AM on 01.19.06
->> what service do you have?
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Rusty Burroughs, Photographer
Matthews | NC | United States | Posted: 7:47 AM on 01.19.06
->> I am on Verizon.. have an LG phone that worked with the computer but need a new phone...
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George Bridges, Photographer, Photo Editor
Washington | DC | USA | Posted: 8:24 AM on 01.19.06
->> You need a cable that runs from the computer to the phone. Depending on the model it should be no problem. Last last two or three phones have been Samsung and I've had no problems with them on Sprint.

A good source is BoxWave who makes retractable cords that will also charge your phone from the USB port. Check to see if they have your model listed.

I think they are called mini-sync, or along that line. You should use the same dial string and passwords to access the Verizon high-speed network as on your older phone.
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Randy Janoski, Photographer
Washington DC & Nashville | TN | USA | Posted: 8:31 AM on 01.19.06
->> Rusty,
Here is a site that should help. You will have to back track and search through it.

http://www.engadget.com/2005/01/18/how-to-use-your-cdma-cellphone-as-a-usb-.../
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Jeff Gritchen, Photographer
Long Beach | CA | USA | Posted: 4:49 PM on 01.19.06
->> Try these sites

http://futuredial.com/

http://boxwave.com/
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