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You should check out NuevaSync for supporting your iPod and phone.

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Your Mac is a different story. Your best best is to enable Google Contacts sync form Mac Address Book and live with the limitations of that, unless someone comes up with something clever. Snow Leopard will enable you to hook up Nuevasync to the OS itself. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.

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My question is, will Nokia develop any such application for Mac community? Or is there any alternative available.

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I did googled it long and hard but couldnt find any suggestions apart from having Parallels, which I must confess I dont want to do. Nokia Suite is not available for Mac OS, and it is highly unlikely that it will ever be ported. Apple had an application called iSync that enabled users to synchronise some of their their phone data with the computer, but since OS X Lion, it was dropped from the distribution. This is probably due to the growing emphasis on cloud storage. There is an alternative way of backing up your phone though, it may seem a bit tricky, but it is rather simple to do. If you want to share some files or other data, you can just copy it on the memory card and transfer it to your computer in the similar fashion.

We understand that this is not ideal, but gets the job done. Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Currently it seems that Asha has a upgrade from 3. I have been srtuggling with the Nokia Suite Mac problem for a year. What I did was load "Parallels" on my Mac. It allows me to Run windows on my Mac.


The Suite works in this format and allows me to save contacts and calendar information. It also allows me to download maps, apps and updatesf rom Nokia. Pictures will load on the Mac side since the Mac recognizes my N-8 as a camera.

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Check it out. It does not take a lot of space and is working great. I have been using Mac OS X What I have gotten into the habit of doing is to back up to the memory card on the phone as described above and then copy the backup file via USB to the Mac. It is good that I use the internal backup on the Nokia, since one time I accidentally deleted an active calendar on the Mac and, thinking I could restore it to the phone, tried to sync it "back" using iSync. Instead, to my horror, the calendar on the Nokia was deleted as well!

Fortunately I had backed up the phone to its memory card earlier in the day, and almost nothing was lost. Maps: No real choice there. I believe that there is a free version of VirtualBox, but then you still need a copy of Windows XP or newer. With regard to music and photos, I have long used a mass memory USB connection, and moved the files manually.

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Crossover see previous post allows Nokia Suite 3. So sorry, no go. Thanks for this step-by-step Puigchild. How about for newer units that do not have a memory card? Perhaps some kind of basic app can be developed like PhoneDirector by Nokia to its Mac users.