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Do i need mobile office kit

I cant download songs from my computer it said no mtp device
where can i get the office kit i need
i have the vcast music essentials cd-rom

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Re: do i need mobile office kit

Download the software p2ktools this software is specially meant 4 motorola phones ... and then connect to pc it will ask for drivers to install then just locate the "drv folder " in p2ktools the driver will get installed ... p2k tools doesnt need to be installed it will be directly executable.... once you finish installing drivers then just open p2ktools then go to the p2k mode there you can upload dowload anything frm pc to phone & vice versa ...

it is available in some of these websites

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