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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by peter7769, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. peter7769

    peter7769 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Hi All
    Just seen this on another site, cant see it mentioned on here so thought i would post a link ;)

    FJ Software Development

    Simply explore your SonyEricsson or Android phone !

    Connect your phone via cable, bluetooth or infrared and you'll be surprised how easy and efficient you can manage your phone with this compact software. Since it's first appearance MyPhoneExplorer evolved into the most popular freeware tool for SE-phones and is constantly extended by new features. Since version 1.8 MyPhoneExplorer supports also Android-based phones (connected via WiFi or USB cable)

    • Adressbook - with direct sync to Outlook, GMail, Windows contacts, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Lotus Notes and Tobit David
    • Organizer with calendarview and direct sync to Outlook, Google, Sunbird, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Windows calendar(Vista), Rainlendar, Lotus Notes, Tobit David and net shared calendars (WebDAV, FTP, local)
    • SMS - archive, export, import, excessive messages,...
    • Filebrowser with cachesystem to minimize datatransfer, automatic photosync...
    • Set phoneclock based on atomtime
    • and much more. f.e.: calllists, edit profiles, control phone, memorystatus, phonemonitor,...
    Pete :D
    P.s Havent tried it yet, may try over the weekend.

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    LECTER Android Expert

    Keep getting "socket error, unable to connect". :(
  3. peter7769

    peter7769 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    oh, is that trying it with the cable??

    Like i said i havent tried it yet myself.

  4. Evil Genius

    Evil Genius Android Enthusiast

    under the contacts heading, try connecting to the SIM option, instead of the phone. worked for me.

    LECTER Android Expert

    Yeah, with the cable.

    Will try that.
  6. Harry2

    Harry2 Extreme Android User

    Do enable 'USB Debugging' in your phone settings.

  7. paulcooper

    paulcooper Android Enthusiast

    Downloading now, like the look of this.
  8. snowmobile

    snowmobile Android Enthusiast

    I've been using MyPhoneExplorer for a few weeks now it is good to be able to view what is on the phone memory without rooting.

    I'm wondering about using it to delete some system apps which I don't use. Particularly those german apps which T Mobile kindly installed for me :rolleyes:

    I'm looking at the phone memory\system\app folder and each one has a .apk file and a .odex file. There is a delete option but I don't really know if it's even possible and I don't want to risk messing up my phone :eek:

    Has anyone done this?
  9. spile

    spile Android Enthusiast

    +1 from me. MyPhoneExplorer has a support forum and the author is prompt at replying. MPE was a life saver for me in terms of syncing contacts reliably unlike the dreaded HTC Sync.
  10. madhatter1689

    madhatter1689 Android Enthusiast

    I use to use this on my old SE phone, but I can't seem to get it connecting to my HTC Desire. I have the phone in a desk dock, should that make a difference?

    Got it working via wifi instead and it is working fine. Great app for those of us who sit in front of a pc most of the day!!
  11. lorrebreaker

    lorrebreaker Member

    I couldnt get it to connect on my desk dock either but it will connect using the original usb cable supplied with the desire.
  12. spile

    spile Android Enthusiast

    To get it working over USB you must have the HTC Driver (not HTC Sync) on your PC.
    They are installed separately when you install HTC Sync so make sure you only remove one.

    Second you need USB Debugging enabled on the Android - this is ON by default when you use the HTC Sync connection but OFF when you use the use as disk drive option. Turn it on in settings and all will be will.

    I have MPE configured so that as soon as i connect by USB and auto sync is carried out.

    AND... it works over muliple PCs which HTC Sync does not - unless you want all your contacts and appointments duplicated.

    I should point out that I don't use the organiser part of MPE as Google Calendar Sync works fine for me.
  13. madhatter1689

    madhatter1689 Android Enthusiast

    Hi Spile,

    where is USB debugging in settings? I would like to give it a try in the desk dock. I have HTC Driver and HTC Sync installed so maybe it is the usb debugging which is the problem. I have MPE sorted to start up when the PC is switched on and like you I don't use the organiser part. I guess I need to go into settings on MPE on the pc to auto-sync when phone is connected.


    Ok found it and it works fine. I need to play around with settings to configure it right. What boxes need ticking so that it syncs when I place phone in the dock?
  14. spile

    spile Android Enthusiast

    For me...
    Startup > Connect on startup Y
    Start mulisync Y

    On starting MPE Y
  15. JLondon

    JLondon Lurker

    Would love to see this application support Lotus Organizer!!!

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