Sony Ericsson phones provide a wealth of entertainment options at your fingertips. Thanks to the storage capacity of your phone or a memory card, you can carry with you pictures of your loved ones, your favourite tunes, personal data and documents for access anywhere. Sony Ericsson PC Suite allows you to transfer files from your computer to use or display on your mobile phone.
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Things you need
- Sony Ericsson phone
- Sony Ericsson PC Suite
- Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
Open the Sony Ericsson PC Suite website. (See Resources.)
Click "Download now." If prompted for a location to save the file to your computer, save it in an easy-to-remember location.
Uninstall any version of PC Suite you currently have on your computer. Click "Start" in the bottom left, then "Control Panel." In Windows 7 and Vista, click "Programs and Features." In earlier versions of Windows, click "Add or Remove Programs. Select Sony Ericsson PC Suite and click "Remove."
Locate the downloaded file. Double-click to run the Sony Ericsson PC Suite Installer. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the program.
Launch PC Suite. If you left the default installation options alone, click "Start," then "All Programs," then "Sony Ericsson," then "Sony Ericsson PC Suite," then the Sony Ericsson PC Suite version you installed.
Click "How to Connect" in the top-left to run the Connection Wizard. Follow the prompts to connect your phone to your computer. Do not connect the phone to the USB cable in your computer until you are prompted to do so.
Select "Files" on the left. PC Suite displays a list of files from your computer on the left and your phone on the right. Select the files you wish to copy, and click the arrow in the middle that points to your phone.
Select "Text Messages," "Picture Messages," "Contacts" or "Calendar" to copy these items from your phone to your computer. Select the files in the right pane under "My Phone." Select a destination location on your computer and click the arrow in the middle that points to your computer.
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