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LOST WIFI SECURITY KEY WORD
If you have lost your WEP/WAP wifi key phrase there is no way to recover it except go into the router administration settings and see if it is in plain text there. If not then you will have to make up a new key phase and apply it to ALL your connected devices.
In future, write the key phrase down on a piece of tape and apply it to the bottom of your router. You can use a hint instead of the actual phrase.
I use the memo function of my cell phone to keep all my passwords and keys.
You can download it free from motorola website but you can transfer images the way I do from my motorola phone. In the setup menu of phone, change the USB mode to mass storage mode and connect the phone using USB cable. Now your computer will recognize your phone as a mass storage device (like pendrive) and you can find all your images in it.
Cointact Motorola for help with this; if you have a Motorola phone, you'll need to get the driver for it directly from Motorola. If Motorola doesn't provide a Win7 driver for that phone, you'll have to get a new phone or install an older OS.
Contact Motorola Tech Support and they'll tell you how to download and install the driver IF one is available.
You must have a Motorola unlock code to unlock your phone. If you have it:
1. Reboot your phone with an unaccepted SIM card in. *If the display reads "Enter Special Code", enter the unlock code and press "OK" *If the display does not read "Enter Special code": 2. Press and hold the * key until an entry box is displayed. 3. Type *, #, 3, 2, # and press "OK" 4. Enter your Motorola unlock code and press "OK." 5. Your Motorola phone should now display either "Completed" or "Deleted"