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HOW TO SYNC/SUITE HUAWEI M865 CONNECT TO PC WINDOWS

Here is download link Huawei M865 PC Suite/Sync Software to connect for Windows 7,Vista and XP. Using MyPhoneExplorer Client apps,the efficient management-software to control your Huawei M865 phone through PC. The synchronization between Huawei M865 Huawei M865 via Wi-Fi, USB cable or Bluetooth (via Bluetooth PAN – WiFi must be on). Sync your phone with Outlook, Thunderbird, Sunbird, Lotus Notes, Tobit David, Windows Contacts, Windows Calendar. Manage your SMS, Call lists, Apps, Files, handle Calls, create backups. With MyPhoneExplorer Client you can using USB Driver,PC Suite Apps, Bluetooth and WiFi Software
You must install two software MyPhoneExplorer Client to pair your phone to PC before setting connection

  1. Download software installed on PC : Click Here
  2. Download MyPhoneExplorer Client App which software installed on Huawei M865. You must find this from android market or you can read my previous post to get this : Click here
  3. Connect your Huawei M865 device using your USB Cable Data
  4. Please restart your phone and your Computer
  5. After restarting finished, Now launch the installed MyPhoneExplorer Client app on your Huawei M865 and click on OK or Enable and it will connect to the PC Automatically,

Note :

If connection doesnt start or error you can choose another Sync software like Android Sync Manager WiFi.

If you are want Huawei M865 to connect on Mac OS X please follow my previous post : iSync for Mac OS X . I hope you are enjoy with this software.If any problem for downloading ,please contact me anytime

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