Texting Gadgets


  1. Posts : 16
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       #1

    Texting Gadgets


    Anyone know of any? That syncs your phone (connected via usb) to you desktop (gadget)?
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       #2

    Hi The450Man,

    Can you please be more specific about what it is you want to do?

    Cheers,

    Walker
    Windows Outreach Team
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  3. Posts : 16
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    Thread Starter
       #3

    Basically have the ability to send/receive/delete texts from your phone.

    Call wave can send texts.... cant receive/delete texts from a phone.
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       #4

    Hi The450Man,

    Most of the manufacturers phone software allow you to do this. What sort of phone do you have?
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    Thread Starter
       #5

    samsung juke, verizon.
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       #6

    Not one i'm familiar with sorry, perhaps a samsung user can comment.
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       #7

    The450Man said:
    Basically have the ability to send/receive/delete texts from your phone.

    Call wave can send texts.... cant receive/delete texts from a phone.
    I don't know if it's even possible to remotely delete text messages from a phone... that would require accessing the phone's internal memory...

    Walker
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  8. Posts : 16
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    Thread Starter
       #8

    yea, thats what has me thinking.

    I read somewhere (Dont remember where) but there is software you can download to your phone that connects your phone to your computer for such tasks. I can already alter the files stored inside my phone using the phone-usb cord. All the music is stored as an mp3 file and can even treat it as a jump drive.
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  9. Posts : 1,299
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       #9

    So the text message "files" must be stored separate from the music & photos... huh . Btw, interesting article: SMS Tutorial: How to Receive SMS Messages Using a Computer/PC through a Mobile Phone or GSM/GPRS Modem? AT Commands

    I do remember hearing about something similar called TigerText that this thread reminded me of. Sounds cool.

    Cheers,

    Walker
    Windows Outreach Team
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