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Connected as USB Drive-Files On Memory Card Not Available Now

Im trying to use a USB cable to connect my phone to the computer so i can take the pictures from my camera on my phone to the computer and i get this message "Connected as USB Drive-Files: On Memory Card Not Available Now "

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  • suave suve Dec 31, 2007

    i have the same problem who can help???????

  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2008

    my prob is in usb

    is not connected on my laptop

  • jeizel May 17, 2008

    motorola v3x micro sd 128mb the problem is, my memory files is not available while usb cable is connected

  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    Same problem - have a mac, so Windows Media Player not applicable.
    And unfortunately, just tried to format card so all music/pics deleted.

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Go to www.motodev.com , sign-up and then download the usb drivers for the motorola

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