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Susteen Datapilot Cell Phone Data Transfer Suite Universal

by Susteen

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  • Extension of the advanced cell-phone data transfer suite, DataPilot
  • Transfer contacts from 1 cell phone to the next in seconds
  • Supports the most popular handsets on the market
  • Includes 2 PC connectors and 9 different phone connectors
  • Perfect solution for multiple-phone users or a family
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Technical Details

  • Weight: 1.25 pounds
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Product Details

Product Manual [3.20mb PDF]
  • Item Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001GHG64
  • Item model number: DP300-X01
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #241,528 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Product Description

Cell phone data transfer suite software with universal USB cable for Motorola Sony Eriksson Sanyo LG Nokia And Samsung.System Requirements:Pentimum 100 Mhz or higher CPU 32 MB Minimum RAM 60 MB of free HDD space 800X600 or higher resolution 256 colors or higher USB prot CD-ROM drive.Format: WIN 98ME2000XP Genre: BUSINESS / FINANCE UPC: 739234007799 Manufacturer No: DP300-X01

From the Manufacturer

DataPilot Universal Kit is an extension of the DataPilot software suite, the advanced cell-phone data transfer suite that allows end-users to manage their contact information, access the Internet while on the go, personalize their mobile phone with ringtones and images, and stay in sync with their appointments in Outlook or Outlook Express. DataPilot provides an all-in-one solution for phone book manager, Internet data connectivity, ringtone composer, image editor, SMS manager and calendar support.

The Universal Kit supports the most popular handsets on the market in one easy-to-use kit, including all the necessary cables for data transfer. Based on an innovative cable-design solution, it accommodates cable support for Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, LG, Sanyo, and Sony Ericsson handsets. It includes two PC connectors and nine different phone connectors to support the most popular handset models on the market. Simply, plug the corresponding phone connector into your PC and start transferring data right away. It is the perfect solution for end-users who own two or more mobile phones.

Universal Kit Benefits:

  • Transfer contacts from one cell phone to the next in seconds.
  • Save money on cable purchases by getting ten different cables at less than the price of two regular cables.
  • Perfect solution for multiple-phone users or a family.

Plus DataPilot Benefits:

  • One central location for your cell phone, contact management software, and PDA contacts that you can carry anytime, anywhere.
  • No more hassles punching in all those numbers! Now you can conveniently add, edit, and delete cell phone numbers from your computer with easy transfer to your cell phone.
  • Lost your cell phone and all of your contacts are gone? DataPilot backs up all contact information for easy retrieval of your most important data.
  • Thought about upgrading your cell phone but you don't want to re-type all your numbers in by hand? DataPilot transfers your contact data from one phone to another with just one click.
  • Always on time at your appointments? Stay in sync with your schedule in Outlook or make your own calendar from your PC and transfer it to your cell phone.
  • On the road and still working? Now, you can access your e-mail and Internet on the go, by setting up your cell phone as a wireless modem.
  • Guess who's calling? DataPilot brings your favorite ringtones and pictures into your cell phone so you can assign a different sound and picture for any contact in your phone book. Now you know who is calling.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I've read every bit of the installation instructions.
Audio Slave
I purchased this software because it indicated that I would be able to retrieve my pictures from my older LG C2000 cell phone.
Don't buy this product unless you are somehow absolutely certain it works with your phone.
5th Wheeler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By C. Winton on February 11, 2005
I obtained this software in a kit that included the software on CD along with a cable for my phone (LG 1300, a model with no camera, but pretty much everything else).

The packaging for the kit I purchased is quite nice, however, the fancy chart incorporated into the packaging which gives phone compatibility is obviously dated, since my phone is not present on the list but is known to the software.

More interestingly, the CD in my package was blank (not defective, but actually blank!). That was a bit startling. Sending emails to the company (every email address on their web-site) produced absolutely no response. I didn't bother to call since the idea of spending hours trying to reach a customer or tech service by phone that wouldn't respond to email seemed pointless. Anyway, about 6 weeks later a replacement CD showed up in the mail, with no explanatory note.

Interestingly, the replacement CD I received has a label on it that says "if the serial # you have does not start with 'BJ' please replace the first 2 characters of your current serial # with 'BJ'". Evidently, they have had to send out a bunch of these.

I remain totally mystified as to why Susteen didn't acknowledge any one of my emails and simply send me a download site (you can buy the software on-line by download, I believe). I had a valid serial number after all.

As to the software. My install was for XP (SP2). The install was not clean (rejected the serial number, then took it on a second try). The install didn't call for reboot, but I couldn't get connection to my phone until I rebooted, a minor quibble. The software's autodetect feature did not work for my phone, even though it wasn't among the phones the software listed as being problemmatic.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Audio Slave on May 8, 2006
Too bad we can't give a negative number of stars.

First, recognize that I am an electronics engineer who works with (and sometimes designs parts of) computers every single day of my life, including using/installing incredibly complicated pieces of software that cost thousands of dollars. I am extremely computer savvy and technically literate. Also, recognize that my computer, my OS, and my phone were supposed to be 100% compatible with the Datapilot software.

That having been said, I've just finished spending approximately 6 hours trying to get the software to work with my phone, as well as rehabilitating my computer from the damaged caused by the attempts at getting Datapilot to work.

I've read every bit of the installation instructions. I've read every potentially related article in their "knowledge base". I've tried everything they recommend as well as everything else I could think of, reinstalling things many times over. I've completely verified, by other means, that everything on my end (computer, phone, USB connection, etc.) works just fine with other applications and when used in any other manner *except* with the Datapilot software. I've verified, time and time again, that the drivers are the correct ones according to their instructions, and that the drivers are being installed properly, and that there is absolutely no problem.

Except that Datapilot absolutely will not recognize my phone, no matter what.

I've never requested a refund on any piece of software before, and I've never posted a software review anywhere before, but this is an outrageously bad piece of software. (Or else their compatibility list is a lie.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ops30 on May 30, 2006
How I wish I would have read the Amazon reviews before I bought this product...

The saga is as follows:

- Had a palm pilot (Tungsten E, great product if anyone cares). Bought a cell phone (LG VX3300).

- Ditched the Palm so I wouldn't look like a jedi knight wannabe by carrying two devices on my belt.

- Found that I used the phone's calendar a lot.

- Yearned for software that could sync phone with PC.

- Found the Datapilot kit at local big box electronics store.

- Checked box for compatability with my phone. Yup, there it is.

- Felt sense of great joy (that would later turn to sheer aggravation...read on)

- Bought the kit ($75 retail. Ouch)

- Installed on my PC w/no problem...uh-oh, software won't recognize cable.

- Checked box again to confirm compatability. Yup, there's my model #.

- Checked Datapilot's website. Website said I would need a special cable for the LG VX3300 model and listed number to call.

- Called number. Susteen representative said he would send cable once I faxed receipt from big box store. Would take 10-14 business days.

- Faxed receipt to representative.

- Put date in my calendar on my trusty phone.

- Date came and went. No cable.

- Called Susteen again. Spoke to same representative as before. Representative said he had no record of my call, did not remember me and not cable was sent.

- Took deep breaths to control blood pressure.

- Representative did not apologize, but said would send cable. Would take 10-14 business days.

- Marked on my calendar again.

- (Guess what happened next)

- Date came and went.

- Called Susteen again.
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