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Description: Softick Card Export for Windows Mobile turns Windows Mobile handheld into SD/MMC card reader. Most handheld users thought about using a memory card as an external storage device and access it without additional card reader. There is a solution - Softick Card Export for Windows Mobile, an application for Windows Mobile handhelds and smartphones, emulating USB Mass Storage device. Plug your Pocket PC into cradle or connect to USB cable, run Card Export for Windows Mobile application, tap "Connect to Desktop" button, and after a few seconds desktop drivers automatically mount inserted SD/MMC card as a logical disk.
Card Export for Windows Mobile features:
Card Export for Windows Mobile emulates industry standard USB Mass Storage device;
No need for additional drivers or software on desktop PC;
Easy-to-use and fast data transfer;
Allows to perform fast backup and restoration of your card contents;
Helps to perform a storage card maintenance, format flash card and check filesystem integrity using desktop operating system.
The application is Windows Mobile 2003/2005 compatible.
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