Question about Motorola Mobility MoroKRZR K1m Cellular Phone
How can I remove ALL of Motorola's Pictures that came with my phone?
Sprocit, What designyou means by backing up any file you want to modify just means to use the the P2kman and MPT software to copy files from your phone to your PC. Create a "Moto" folder on your PC and copy the files from your phone to your "Moto" folder, then you will have these files handy in case you ever need to copy them back. What designyou is suggesting regarding the "0 byte" file is to create a file on your PC that has no data (or "0" bytes) and then renaming it to exactly match the name of the file you want to displace on your phone. Then copy that file to your phone, in the same folder, thereby "removing" the picture file you want to be gone. You can save a .txt file with no data to your PC, then simply rename to the exact name you need. There is a fairly detailed instruction guide to using P2kman and the MPT software at this URL: --> http://www.motomodders.net/Default.aspx?tabid=68&articleType=ArticleView&articleId=7 Hope that helps! ;)
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
Hi, I know this must be annoying to have all those crappy default pictures on your phone ad you want them off as soon as possible. Well you're luck I have a solution for you. Somethings you'll need to do the following: USB Cable P2kman or;(www.motomodders.net) MPT Depending on which method you want to use you'll use either software. But backup all the files that you are deleting off you're just in case. Even if you never plan to up load to your phone again. METHOD 1 This is just a case of deleting the actual wallpaper/screensaver/video using p2kman. METHOD 2 - the '0 Byte' Method This method uses MPT instead of p2kman. 1) On your PC, create a '0 Byte' file with exactly the same name and extension. Note that it is case sensitive. 2) Click on the Multimedia Studio on the right hand side of MPT. After it has loaded up, the left hand side shows you a Windows Explorer, while the right hand side shows you the Audio, Pictures, Video folders that correspond to those on your phone. This is the root directory. 3) Send that 0 byte file to your root directory on your phone. If this wasn't helpful, I'm sorry this is all I can suggest.
Posted on Aug 04, 2007
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