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syncML and C#

I want download all contacts from my mobile phone to my computer. I have to
use usb (or bluetooth) interface and syncML. Someone has any examples or
tutorials, how could I do this. (how can use syncML. Do I have to send only
xml file to phone throught usb? what will I receive?)
Jan 18 '06 #1
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queer,

If you are going to use bluetooth, then chances are that it exposes a
service that you will have to connect to. I find that the OpenNETCF
Bluetooth classes can get you connected to the phone over bluetooth, but
once you do that, actually querying the service is going to take some work.

You would probably transfer using the IRDA (infrared) standard (it
defines the protocol, not the channel).

Over USB, I don't know if this still applies, the protocol might be
different.

Once you establish how the data is transferred, you have to establish
what is transferred, which in this case is the syncML.

Hope this helps.
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- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- mv*@spam.guard.caspershouse.com

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I want download all contacts from my mobile phone to my computer. I have to
use usb (or bluetooth) interface and syncML. Someone has any examples or
tutorials, how could I do this. (how can use syncML. Do I have to send only
xml file to phone throught usb? what will I receive?)

Jan 18 '06 #2

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