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I just bought a Motorola T720 (Verizon) but I can't get OS X to recognize the device when it is plugged in via a USB cable. Can anyone think why? I thought: maybe the cable (which I bought from RadioShack). What cable are other iSync/T720 users using in order to use iSync?...

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    Default iSync and Motorola T720

    I just bought a Motorola T720 (Verizon) but I can't get OS X to
    recognize the device when it is plugged in via a USB cable.

    Can anyone think why? I thought: maybe the cable (which I bought from
    RadioShack). What cable are other iSync/T720 users using in order to
    use iSync?
    crys Guest

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    Default Re: iSync and Motorola T720

    In article <fd1d0f9e.0307181814.7fe95c8dposting.google.com >, crys
    <crystalmortell> wrote:
    > I just bought a Motorola T720 (Verizon) but I can't get OS X to
    > recognize the device when it is plugged in via a USB cable.
    >
    > Can anyone think why? I thought: maybe the cable (which I bought from
    > RadioShack). What cable are other iSync/T720 users using in order to
    > use iSync?
    I tried a similiar cable. Didn't work, needed a driver. This cable
    works perfectly without additional stuff. Syncs with iSync and works
    with Verzion as a modem.

    [url]http://store./cellpoint/motskn6311au.html[/url]

    MikeT
    MikeT Guest

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    Default Re: iSync and Motorola T720

    I ran into similar problems tying to use a Motorola V60i phone. Cables
    from RadioShack, Verizon and SmithMicro didn't work. What works is a
    cable from Motorola, I believe the part number is SKN6311A / SKN6311B. I
    bought the cable from cellularaccessory.com for about $20. This works
    with iSync.

    However, if you want to connect your mac to your Motorola phone to
    dialout to connect to the internet then the only cable that works is the
    one from SmithMicro (smithmicro.com).

    -chetty

    In article <190720031135508372%mikettznospam.attbi.com>,
    MikeT <mikettznospam.attbi.com> wrote:
    > In article <fd1d0f9e.0307181814.7fe95c8dposting.google.com >, crys
    > <crystalmortell> wrote:
    >
    > > I just bought a Motorola T720 (Verizon) but I can't get OS X to
    > > recognize the device when it is plugged in via a USB cable.
    > >
    > > Can anyone think why? I thought: maybe the cable (which I bought from
    > > RadioShack). What cable are other iSync/T720 users using in order to
    > > use iSync?
    >
    > I tried a similiar cable. Didn't work, needed a driver. This cable
    > works perfectly without additional stuff. Syncs with iSync and works
    > with Verzion as a modem.
    >
    > [url]http://store./cellpoint/motskn6311au.html[/url]
    >
    > MikeT
    Chetty Ramanathan Guest

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