Samsung Mobile Utility X
Samsung Mobile Utility X
1.0b4

1.8

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Samsung Mobile Utility X1.0b4

15 February 2004

Connect to Samsung mobile phones.

Overview

Samsung Mobile Utility is a tool that enables you to connect a samsung mobile phone to a macintosh computer, to copy photos from your phone to your mac and to copy melodies from your mac to your phone. Samsung Mobile Utility uses infrared communication (irda) and works with the samsung V200 photo mobile phone and most probably with other samsung mobile phones too. Samsung Mobile Utility may also work with a serial adapter; however this has not been tested.

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6 Reviews of Samsung Mobile Utility X

Anonymous
02 January 2004
Version: 1.0b3

Most helpful

Infrared? Is this for real? We need bluetooth. What year did they stop making IR ports for the Macs? 1998? I'd be willing to buy software that would work with my cell phone. "it's true that Apple is phasing out infrared ports and introducing far-more-powerful wireless technology with the AirPort, current PowerBook users may already have free, elegant wireless technology right in their hands. " [http://www.macworld.com/2000/01/secrets/secrets/]
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1.5
Katarrn
25 October 2005
Version: 1.0b4
Tried version 1.0b4 on Mac OS 10.3 and Samsung SGH-D500 using a HiGoto USB infrared transmitter: Sorry, doesn't work. No Photos in the list, Upload stops with an error. Maybe another version...
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Anonymous
05 January 2005
Version: 1.0b4
Does it work with the SGH-510 and on a PowerBool G4 with an extra IrDa cable? I really need to know because I'm concidering to buy it. Thank you in advance.
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Anonymous
11 May 2004
Version: 1.0b4
does it work with samsung e700??
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2
Anonymous
23 April 2004
Version: 1.0b4
Problematic. I tried to use this software with my Samsung e715 phone and a G3 Pismo running 10.2.8. The software recognized the phone and pictures list, and it allowed me to download the pix to my Mac, but kept dropping the connection to the phone, even when it was right in front of the IR port. Then, when I tried to open the downloaded pix (appearing as JPEGs in the Finder), the Preview app would open, but not the pix! Sure, you can't expect it to work flawlessly with every Samsung phone, but this will need a lot more development before it's worth the purchase. It would also be nice to see some option that allows you to upload vCards to the phone so you can import all your contacts at once. Good start, keep working at it...
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Cbx322
11 February 2004
Version: 1.0b3
Did anyone test this? I lately bought a Samsung V200.
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Anonymous
02 January 2004
Version: 1.0b3
Infrared? Is this for real? We need bluetooth. What year did they stop making IR ports for the Macs? 1998? I'd be willing to buy software that would work with my cell phone. "it's true that Apple is phasing out infrared ports and introducing far-more-powerful wireless technology with the AirPort, current PowerBook users may already have free, elegant wireless technology right in their hands. " [http://www.macworld.com/2000/01/secrets/secrets/]
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$10.00

1.8

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later

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