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Kayne Bishop

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I know it's a long shot, but there HAS to be a way to figure out a way to do it.

What I mean is, I would like to access my Samsung SPH-M500's internal Memory. I would like to fix some files that downloaded improperly even after multiple downloads. I am sure there is a way but searches have turned up fruitless.

So if anyone has an Idea I would appreciate it .

thank you
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I'm not familiar with Samsung, but every Motorola that I have owned the last few years has come with this ability, you just have to purchase the software/cable from the manufacturer.
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Thanx, but The phone came with such a cable I think it has something to do with my carrier but I am not sure
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One of the best places to look for answers for cell phones is here.

http://www.howardforums.com/

I really think what you are looking for is BitPim. This is a software that lets you access your cellphone thru a USB adapter to your computer. I use it all the time on my LG VX8300 phone. I copied some games i bought from verizon to my computer because they will not let you transfer them if you switch to a newer phone.

http://www.bitpim.org/

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thanks a lot I will try there. I hope I can find some answer, because its hard to retrieve things saved to the phone without having to use the internet on the phone . thanks again
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