K750i and Phone Agent bug

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by alfiesy, Sep 27, 2005.

  1. alfiesy

    alfiesy Active Member

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    I just purchased Phone Agent v. 1.2.3 to back-up my phonebook and for sending out multiple SMS.

    I was able to successfully back-up my phonebook (462 entries, 567 numbers total) with Phone Agent. After making some minor editing on the entries, I saved and attempted to upload the phonebook entries back into my phone.

    Didn't work. Got the error message saying that a maximum of 510 numbers can only be uploaded into my K750i from Phone Agent. (incorrect since I know you can have about 500 entries each with 4 numbers). Anybody else here experienced the same problem?
     
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    alfiesy Active Member

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    Got the following reply from Macmedia. Should correct bug with existing version of Phone Agent.

    Hello,

    I was able to reproduce the problem, so I suppose that I fixed it.
    Please download the latest updated version (still 1.2.3, but from today, September 27):
    http://www.macmedia.sk/phoneagent.dmg
    I hope it will work correctly.


    Best regards,

    Peter Koren
    MacMedia
    Csl. armady 8
    040 01 Kosice
    Slovak Republic

    www.macmedia.sk
    [email protected]
     
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    Phone Agent 1.2.4 has been released. It now supports the SE W800 phone. It works better with the K750i too.
     
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    does anyone know how to alphabetize the SIM card contact entries using Phone Agent? i dont mean simply clicking the name tab at the top of the list but the function that alphabetizes then numbers them according to their position. i cant seem to remember how i did it before.
     

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