Mobile Device Center for Windows 7/Vista

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 I always get a problem while connecting my Windows Palm top to my PC which is running Windows Vista. I searched the internet a bit and found out that I need Mobile Device Center for Windows Vista. It would be really great if you could provide me with the download link.

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Answered By 40 points N/A #188561

Mobile Device Center for Windows 7/Vista

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Well as palm tops are a thing of the past, the support for them is also very less, in fact the latest version of Windows doesn’t even support them anymore. You’re lucky as Windows Vista is the last windows version which supports Mobile Device Center. All you’ll need to do is just head over to this link then download the application and install it, that’s it. Do let us know if it works or not, or if you face any difficulties using it.

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Mobile Device Center for Windows 7/Vista

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For Windows users with Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft ActiveSync has now been replaced by Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center. It provides data synchronization and device management between a computer and a Windows Mobile-based device. Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center is compatible only with Windows Vista. If you are a Windows XP user, you have to use Microsoft ActiveSync.

For 32-bit Windows Vista, download Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1 for 32-bit Windows Vista. For 64-bit Windows Vista, download Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1 Driver for 64-bit Windows Vista. You can use Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1 only with devices that run on Windows Mobile 2003 or higher.

Also note, Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center and Microsoft ActiveSync don’t work with Smartphone 2002, Windows Embedded CE 4.2 or 5.0, or Pocket PC 2002 devices. To check which Windows Mobile operating system you are using if you don’t have a touchscreen device, click Start, Settings, and then select About. If your device supports touchscreen, tap Start, select System tab, and then About.

To synchronize content, you need to use a USB or serial cable, File Explorer, and your computer’s internet connection.

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