Question about Motorola Cell Phones
Need to download saved phone numbers to windows 7 computer
Posted by Anonymous on
Read the following thread, the key here is making sure you have the original cable that came with the device, or you may run into difficulties installing the drivers.
and WX Series
Posted on Oct 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Motorola W370 will not charge
Motorola provides a USB driver for just charging the W370. I installed it using the installation instructions from the Motorola website, but it just wouldn't work. The USB driver would install but would not activate (error Type 10). The W370 said that it could not charge. I recommend not bothering with this device driver, at least not with Windows XP.
However, I did figure out how to get the W370 charging from a USB port by trial and error. It's a pretty simple process.
1. Before plugging in the USB cable, turn on the W370 and wait for it to fully boot.
2. Connect the phone to the USB port of the computer.
3. When the phone asks "Connect phone as storage Device?", press the phone's left soft key, choosing "YES".
4. The phone will say "Please Wait...... Connecting Phone as Storage Device"
5. Eventually, the phone will display a white screen with the message, "In storage mode, no regular phone activities can be done."
6. Flip the phone closed. The yellow battery indicator will be lit. The phone is charging.
You'll note that the computer will see the W370 as a storage device with around 512 Megabytes of free memory, with empty "picture" and "sound" directories. The W370 appears to be a generic mass storage device to the computer. No special device driver is needed to charge the W370!
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
SOURCE: Motorola w370
I found the solution. Go to your inbox, and go into one of your old messages. Click the center button to bring up a menu. There should be a "cleanup messages" option. Use that to delete all text messages. What an incredibly stupid and counter-intuitive place to put it.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: unlock motorola w370
You can get the unlock code for free from the cell company.
A law was passed and enacted in 2006 that requires cell companies provide you with the unlock code for free, on request. Check out www.copyright.gov for more details on this.
They will ask you to provide them with the IMEI number of the phone (essentially, the electronic serial number). They will email the unlock code and instructions to you in a few days.
Hope this helps you!
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
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