2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 29, 2012 3:30 AM by modene1
modene1 Level 1 Level 1

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1. How can I send via bluetooth my Sony Ericsson c510a contacts to my MacBookPro (Mountain Lion)?

OR

2. How can I see the Phone Memory contacts or SIM Memory contacts using Bluetooth?

 

Basiclly I've discovered the following:

- iSync isn't available with Mountain Lion

- Using Mac bluetooth I can see most of the phones data but not the contacts (I can easily upload pics for example just using Get)

- I've also tried alternative software like www.soocial.com but can't make the connection between phone and PC

 

Solutions?

 

Thanks

Mark


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.7), 13"
Solved by Julian Wright on Nov 16, 2012 2:41 PM Solved

1. Pair the phone and Mac. Enable Bluetooth Sharing on the Mac in the Sharing system preferences pane. On the phone go to: Menu > Contacts > Options > Advanced > Send all contacts > Via Bluetooth. A vCard will be sent to the Mac. Double-click the vCard to open the contacts in Contacts.

 

2. You can't. The phone's OS does not make contacts viewable over Bluetooth

  • Julian Wright Level 7 Level 7

    1. Pair the phone and Mac. Enable Bluetooth Sharing on the Mac in the Sharing system preferences pane. On the phone go to: Menu > Contacts > Options > Advanced > Send all contacts > Via Bluetooth. A vCard will be sent to the Mac. Double-click the vCard to open the contacts in Contacts.

     

    2. You can't. The phone's OS does not make contacts viewable over Bluetooth

  • modene1 Level 1 Level 1

    Outstanding reply. I initially had sharing off but figured it out. Thanks so much.