What happens if I pull the plug during ActiveSync?

Discussion in 'Windows Phone' started by CEB, May 27, 2008.

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  1. CEB

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    Thanks for that screenshot. Yes, occassionally I have clicked Stop, but it seems to take a long time.

    I really wish there was a setting to allow me to sync only when I want it to.

    What I have been doing is using an adapter that allows me to have headphones and a USB sync cable attached at the same time. Once the sync is complete, I remove the sync cable from the adapter and insert my power supply instead, thereby getting power but no sync.

    However, I've just installed a really cool app called MyMobileR that allows me to see and control my phone on my PC. Now I want the sync cable attached all the time for this app, but the constant syncing (every time I change something in Outlook) is annoying. It also slows down the Tilt very much.

    The search continues.
     
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