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Synchronize your phone with Google Calendar

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Synchronize your phone with Google Calendar

One of the obstacles to use web based calendar system such as Google Calendar is that you are required to have a web browser to get access on your schedule. Look no further if you want to carry your Google Calendar. A tool called GCalSync has been released to allow two-way synchronization between Google Calendar and your phone’s calendar system. To install, simply access http://wap.gcalsync.com/ through your mobile, or download files and install through USB cable. Here are the phones it supports at the moment:

3152, 3155, 3155i, 5140i, 6060, 6101, 6102, 6152, 6155, 6155i, 6230i, 6235, 6235i, 6265, 6265i, 6270, 6280, 6611, 6630, 6680, 6681, 6682DP2, 6822, 7260, 7700, 8800, 8801, 9300, 9500, E70, N70, N90, N91, any Series 40 Development Platform 3 and later, any Series 60 Second Edition and later, any Series 80, any Series 90 Motorola

A780, A45, E1000

Sony Ericsson
K600, K608, K750, V600, W550, W600, W800, Z520, any JavaPlatform5 or newer

Any, with software version 4.0 or newer

Any that supports JSR 75: PDA Optional Packages for the J2ME Platform

GCALSYNC – synchronize your phone with Google Calendar

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