MyPhoneExplorer - A Powerful Phone Management Software.

Not every software is handy when it comes to organizing and managing your android smartphone. But, MyPhoneExplorer is one of the kind which can really help you manage your android device and get it organized in a simple and easy to use interface. This very powerful software developed by fjsoft, comes in a tiny setup of about 4MB and is really easy to install. And, the best part is this is a freeware meaning you have nothing to lose while using this software on your Personal Computer. So, continue reading after the break to find out more about this software and learn more about it's features.

Currently at version 1.8.2, this compact software started as a tool to manage Sony Ericsson (SE) phones but with the release of version 1.8 it's support grew to all android devices out there. After the setup, you can simply connect your device via Bluetooth, USB Cable or WiFi to your PC and then launch MyPhoneExplorer to get started. You will be amazed to see how easily and efficiently this app can manage your device. Once connected, the app will detect the device (provided that you have correct drivers for your device) and will ask you to create a profile for the device. This will allow you to manage multiple devices (by creating multiple profiles) in case you own two or more android smartphones.

MyPhoneExplorer - Explorer, Sync, Backup and more...
Then, MyPhoneExplorer will install few client applications on your device. MyPhoneExplorer clients once installed on your device, will allow you the flexibility to connect your device via Bluetooth or Wireless Network. Also, it will allow two way sync between your PC and mobile device. Below, are few notable features of this software.
  • Adress Book - with direct sync to Outlook, GMail, Windows contacts, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Lotus Notes and Tobit David.
  • Organizer with calendar view and direct sync to Outlook, Google, Sunbird, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Windows calendar(Vista), Rainlendar, Lotus Notes, Tobit David and net shared calendars (WebDAV, FTP, local).
  • SMS - archive, export, import, excessive messages.
  • File browser with cache-system to minimize data-transfer.
  • Automatic Photo Sync.
  • Call lists, edit profiles, control phone, memory status, phone monitor, and many other features.
The above mentioned were few features to name. Apart from allowing you to manage contacts, notes, SMS, Alarm, Calls, and browse files remotely, MyPhoneExplorer also allows you to use your PC's keyboard to input text on your android smartphone. Moreover you can view the live screen of your device on your desktop/laptop's monitor screen. Similarly, you can also view your device's details and memory status from within the software. Device details include battery temperature details, IMEI number, CPU, Model and Firmware details of your android device.

Also, another notable feature is the ability to backup and restore your device. It also allows you to do a Offline backup (backup using the cached files in case your device is connected at least once previously. So, that now you don't have to worry about losing your contacts, call lists, alarm settings and other important data that is stored on your device. You can easily view and reply to SMS from within the software if your device is connected with your PC. These all features and many more will help you easily organize and manage your data. Mulit-sync option will sync all data and files to your device whenever you need them with just one click.

While this software supports most/all android device, the list of supported Sony Ericsson device can be viewed by visiting this URL. So, what are you waiting for. Make sure you meet the requirement below and the download the software afterwards and install it on your PC and get started with managin as many devices as you can with MyPhoneExplorer.
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Requirements
  • A android smartphone or one of these Sony Ericsson devices.
  • Proper drivers for your devices are installed. In case you need them find them here.
Downloads
Once you meet the above requirement you are ready to install the app and use it. Moreover, if you need any help regarding this software then you can find details as well as a list of Frequently Asked Questions at this thread post. I am sure this software will make it easy and efficient for you to manage your device. If you have any doubts do let me know at the comments below.

Comments

  1. vll wrk wth SGM?

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  2. working gr8.. cool soft.. :):):)
     

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  3. Thanks yagya! already downloaded and pre-browsed the software but i will try this later when i got home..

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  4. Yes, don't forget to give it a try. It's awesome for phone management and you can connect to it either by bluetooth, WiFi or USB cable. That's the best part.

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  5. LoL super cool!! easy to edit other things!! love this app! also installed app to my Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570L and accessed it via WiFi!

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  6. Hello Yagya,

    Is there something like this but for linux OS?

    Thanks

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  7. I'm sure there are few if not many for linux too. But, since Windows is used widely and I too use windows, I know about this only. I've a question though, Are you 'Cris' ? If you didn't understand what I'm asking then you probably are not.

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  8. hey y, i like the software and i'm making good use of it, but can you tell me how to view live screen of my device on my pc? 

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  9. To view your device's screen, go to Phone Keypad option in Extras and then check Refresh images automatically option. Look at my screenshots to be clear.

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  10. Sorry for my late answer, Yagya, Yes I am Cris, why do you ask?

    I am using this account because at some point, accessing from one of the browsers that I use I wasn't able to log in as Cris. So I thought I had to create a 'disqus' account. And so I did. Maybe I didn't act right. But I believe I mentioned this on another post

    I was asking about linux because I am using more this os nowadays. So I would like to get your advice on which software was there to accomplish the same things on it.

    That's all for now.

    Cheers!

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  11. Yes, it has been a long time. But, you don't need to be sorry for that. I just wanted to know for a reason which is quite obsolete now. And, I am sorry if my act of mentioning your name was against your intention of using a different identity.

    Well, unfortunately, I don't know any such powerful phone management tool for Linux. And, I'm quite busy for next four days. So, after that I'll see into this matter and will inform you if I find out something new. Just make sure you are updated. And, sorry for the delay.

    Cheers!

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