Since I got my EVO about a year ago, I used HTC Sync 188.8.131.52 in the Repair mode to overwrite phone data and to synchronize my more than 1,300 Outlook 2007 contacts with my EVO phone People database. As many EVO users noticed, using any other mode of HTC Sync184.108.40.206 will maul the Outlook *.pst file creating duplicates and modifying many entries. The newest release of HTC Sync, version 3.0.5511 is absolutely useless, as it doesn’t have the Repair mode. I’m not sure why HTC has chosen a shady Swedish outfit Teleca AB to write the HTC Sync application for them. I call Teleca shady, because although it is registered as a Swedish company, the list of employees shows only Eastern Europeans and Asians.
Unfortunately, after upgrading to Gingerbread last week I found out that HTC Sync 220.127.116.11 doesn’t work anymore with my phone. Searching the Web for software led me to discover MyPhoneExplorer, a free utility. You may download the client app from Market and download the PC application from http://www.fjsoft.at.
Advantages of MyPhoneExplorer:
I found a few issues with MyPhoneExplorer, none disqualifying this sync utility. They are:
Hopefully, these issues will be fixed in the next release of MyPhoneExplorer. By the way, I’m not associated with FJ SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT. Moreover, MyPhoneExplorer is FREE.
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