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W230 model phone not connecting to system

Motorola W230 Phone not conecting to system

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First you need to run the USB charging driver to the system.
You can download the USB charging driver from Motorola website.

Once you run the driver, better you restart the system.
Now you connect your mobile to the system.
Make sure that, you should not connect your mobile while screensaver is running.
Your mobile screen should be on. Don't go to your menu.
Now when you connect the USB cable, it will ask you that
connect mobile as a storage device?
select Yes.
Now it will be connected.

Even if it is not connected. Unplug the USB cable.
Switch off and switch on the mobile and connect it.
Definitely it will connect.


Cheers...!!!

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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I own MotoYuva W230 and am also struggling to do the same.
The W230 seems to have builtin modem.
First of all we need to install the drivers from www.motorola.com/support/w230 and download the file from link USB modem drivers. Install it and it will create a virtual COM port for the modem.
Open HyperTerminal and try to connect to the port it. You can check the actual port number from "device manager" on WinXP.
Once you connect it will say "AT command Interpreter ready"
Here you can give commands
at+cgatt
OK
at+cgact
OK
at+cgdata
OK
after last command if your GPRS is active, the icon on topline will change to connected.
This hints to presence of GPRS modem but I am still not able to connect using my phone.
Please update anyone can indicate way forward.
Taking From :
http://news.softpedia.com/news/Motorola-MotoYuva-W230-Entry-level-Music-Phone-78060.shtml

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