I bought LG kp220 few days back.I did not get any drivers cd with it.Drivers are not available even on the net.What to do now?
no drivers or CD is provided with LG KP220phone .when the USB is connected,they ask for inserting a CD.
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A New LG Shine means that you must have got a CD with it. Please install the drivers for the phone from the CD. If no, then go to www.gsmarena, specify your phone make and model in Quick Search and download the drivers from there.
Alternatively, the LG site will have the drivers for download.
Finally, after spending 2 days on this issue, I am now able to back up my phone book on LG KP220 to my PC! Hurray!
I have now used the pc sync software on Windows Vista as well as Windows XP (SP3) without any issues.
For Windows XP (SP3):
After installing the driver, all you need to do is make sure that USBSER.SYS file has the following specs:
Size: 22,768 bytes Version: 5.0.2195.4858
The newer one (which has the following specs) does not work and needs to be replaced with the older one with above specs.
Size: 26,221 bytes Version: 5.1.2600.5512
(yes, for some reason, the older version works and newer does not)
For windows vista:
When you first connect the phone in COM mode, let vista download the driver from the internet. Then run PC Sync and viola it'll work!
For running as a USB flash drive (data mode), you don't need any driver in either o/s.
For running as a COM port (phone mode), you need a driver and a software. The driver I'm using is USBSER.SYS and the software is called "Phone Suite" by MediaTek. I've also tried a slightly older version of the same software called "PC Sync Manager" and that also works. Other software should also work, as long as the driver is working correctly!
If you still need any help, drop me a mail at amoizpatgmaildotcom (you know what to do with "at" and "dot")
hi sir... a PC suite is required to transfer songs and pictures to ur mobile.. But thats not needed all the time.. All u needed is a USB cable connecting ur system and mobile...Keep ur mobile in file transfer mode and then u can start to transfer songs to ur mobile...
There is no need for drivers to connect KP220 with ur PC simply connect ur LG KP 220 with PC(WIN XP) via USB cable , While Connecting it needs u to choose any one option "1. Mass Storage" "2.Com Port" Simply choose first option(Mass Storage)
At the momoent ur mobile phone will atomatically get switched off and ur mobile behaves like an Ordinary USB Pen Drive
Simply go to MyComputer and browse ur cell phone like a pen drive...
Drivers of LG KG200/KG300 is also supports LG KP 220
Gosh, It's been a while! Here's what I discovered. 1. I had installed the drivers that came with the USB Cable. =Mistake. 2. Using the device manager, under Control Panel/System/Hardware in XP, I uninstalled the drivers. I can't remember what they were called now. You should be able to find them. They probably said "LG" in them. 3. Using windows explorer (browsing to C: drive as follows) I found the drivers at C:\Program Files\ and deleted the LG USBDrivers folder. 4. I went to the
C:\Windows\system32/drivers folder and there were three LG*.* files I
deleted them. The next time I plugged the phone in and set it to sync,
it worked. Feel free to contact me at bill (at) halfamind.com (because
a half a mind is still a terrible thing to waste).