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Motorola 375 unable to charge phone through computer or download photos-managed to find a usb cable and even though phone brochure said i did not need a driver to access computer i am unable to do so

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I have no solution to this problem as I am having the same problem with my Motorola W375. I do have a question for you people though. What manual are you reading from that says the W375 can connect to your computer for downloading anything? Every W375 manual I have seen says nothing anywhere about this mystical ability you believe exists. Please enlighten me.
I would still like to know if anyone finds a solution to the 'Unable to Charge' message, but please also let me know about this brochure that says you can connect to your PC with no driver. Very interesting.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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