Question about LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone
I purchased the music essentials kit. I downloaded the Verizon LG VX9900 driver software for my phone as well as VZW Music Manager. When connecting my phone to my laptop (34bit Vista home premium) the device driver installation recognizes and installs the motorola software.
LG USB composite device
LG USB modem #2
LG USB diagnostic port
My problem is that the MTP device goes from being "ready to use" to "searching for preconfigured driver software". The VCAST Music Manager shows that my phone is not connected and I am unable to sync my phone to my computer. I know that during the moments when everything is ready to use that everything is working properly because my phone registers as charging.
I called Verizon tech support and they were unable to help me. I went to Microsofts website and couldn't find anything that really solved my problem. Can someone please help me out!! :] Thanks I have the same problem with my LG Vu CU920 with my AT&T service.
Has anyone figured out how to solve this problem other than manually deleting system files? I err on the side of caution when such cases arise.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I was having this problem as well, but solved it.
I, like others decided to just buy a USB cable for my VX9900 and use Windows Media Player for sync'ing. (I also have the Verizon Essentials program that I downloaded, but I like WMP better. No particular reason).
I was getting the installation messages and as soon as the MTP message came up, I got the "problem" message and it didn't sync.
What I did when I got the cable was to run the CD drivers that came with my cable. That may have been my mistake. I was bothered that the date of my driver was in 2005 since the phone came out late in 2006. So I looked at the name of the driver and it was something like C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\LGUSBDriver.xxx whatever... I went to my device manager and uninstalled the driver. I went to the C:\Program Files\ and deleted the LG USBDrivers folder. I went to the 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. It's late and night and I may not have typed this really clearly, so feel free to contact me at bill (at) halfamind.com (because a half a mind is still a terrible thing to waste).
Posted on May 04, 2008
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