- Step 1: Install software Install your phone's management software. Then open the program on your computer.
- TIP: If you have lost or do not have your phone's CD, visit the manufacturer web site to download the program.
- Step 2: Connect phone Connect your phone to your computer using the included USB cable and turn it on.
- Step 3: Click "Synchronize" Click on the "Synchronize" button on your computer. A new window will pop up.
- Step 4: Select files Select which files to send to your phone by following the on-screen directions.
- TIP: Some phones do not have internal memory and may require a miniSD card to store information.
- Step 5: Transfer files Click the "Synchronize Now" button and wait for the computer to finish transferring your files.
- Step 6: Disconnect phone Close all open programs on your computer, turn the phone off, and disconnect the USB cable from the phone and the computer.
- Step 7: Check phone Check your phone for the files. If you cannot find them, reconnect the phone to the computer and try again.
- FACT: The first cell phone was released in 1984, weighed two pounds, cost just under $4,000, and was nicknamed "The Brick" by its inventor.
You Will Need
- Software CD
- USB cable
- Blackberry or PDA
- Internet access (optional)
- MiniSD card (optional)