Archived - Syncing requirements for Mac OS X 10.4
Mac OS X 10.4, iSync
You can sync many different kinds of data and devices with Mac OS X Tiger 10.4. Note: Compatible devices are subject to change.
To sync using .Mac
To use .Mac syncing in Mac OS X 10.4, you'll need:
- A .Mac subscription (either full or 60-day trial)
- An Internet connection (dial-up modem or high-speed broadband)
Learn more about .Mac here.
Mobile phone syncing
To sync a Bluetooth mobile phone with Mac OS X 10.4, you need one of the following:
- A Tiger-compatible Mac with built-in Bluetooth, or
- A Tiger-compatible Mac with D-Link DBT-120 USB Bluetooth Adapter
To sync a USB mobile phone (through USB), you need a Mac with built-in USB 1.1 or 2.0 port
Learn more about Tiger-compatible phones here.
To sync information with an iPod, you need a Mac with a built-in USB or FireWire connection (and, of course, an iPod).
Find out more about syncing devices here.
Palm device syncing
To sync a PalmOS-based device in Mac OS X 10.4, you need:
- A Macintosh-compatible PalmOS device
- Palm Desktop software version 4.2.1 or later
Learn more about Palm devices here.
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