I have used MyPhoneExplorer for a long time to sync data between Windows and my Sony Ericsson K800. The Google Calendar synchronization has not been implemented until now! Check it out. It’s great!
Today I’ll do a quick round up on a number of different programs that I have found the last days. First a game, then a computer recovery tool, an audio player and I round up with a new web browser for your phone! Frets On Fire This is a game where you play ”the guitar” […]
Today I managed (for the first time) to do a decent two-way synchronization between my cell phone (Sony Ericsson K800) and Google Calendar. It seems like all my data except for full day events were synchronized correct (full day events became just an event). It’s heading the right direction even if there are issues left […]
If you think the topic sounds fun, check out SE WebCam. It’s probably not useful and it’s beta for sure, but I think it’s fun anyway (I couldn’t get it to work with my K800i though).
The beautiful program GCalSync, that lets you synchronize your cellphone with Google Calendar, is now released open source! Visit the official website and their SourceForge website for more information.
All I needed was to be able to receive multiple files sent via Bluetooth from my phone to my computer. At first, this seemed easy, but after running the Bluetooth receive files wizard in Windows I realized that it was not capable of receiving multiple files without restarting the wizard for each file. So I […]
Today I found a great application (GCALSYNC) that allows users to synchronize Google Calendar with their cell phone. It runs on the phone and are capable of both uploading and downloading to and from Google Calendar. Unfortunatley my phone is unsupported, but I guess that’s a good thing, finally making me buy a new one […]