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Charging dock / sync to PC for Xperia Z T-Mobile (c6606)

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Charging dock / sync to PC for Xperia Z T-Mobile (c6606)

Hey - great phone, I really like the features and usability.

 

I am looking for a dock that will also let me sync while docked.  Most of the ones I have found (third-party) are not yet reviewed so i do not know if they really work.  Has anyone had any luck in finding something that works?

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Re: Charging dock / sync to PC for Xperia Z T-Mobile (c6606)

Any dock that has a usb connector will go, but could you be more specific, what are you trying to sync?




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Re: Charging dock / sync to PC for Xperia Z T-Mobile (c6606)

Sync meaning that I can access all files on my XZ just as if I had plugged a cable from PC to phone.  I might try one of the less expensive ones understanding that I get what I pay for Smiling Face with Sunglasses

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Re: Charging dock / sync to PC for Xperia Z T-Mobile (c6606)

You don't need a dock, just connect the USB cable, the Dock will only charge the phone not transfer data. 




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