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#1. you will need to install Motorola phone tools on the laptop.You can get it from www.modmymoto.com. #2. Load the software ,then with a usb cable connect your phone to the laptop.your laptop will reconise it and load the proper drivers from phone tools software. #3.Go into the multimedia manager in phone tools and you'll see the pictures on your phone and on your computer and you will have the opportunity to transfer back and forth.The same goes for ring tones and music and videos..Hope this helps.If you have trouble finding Motorola phone tools on modmymoto you can contact www.phoenixtec.ca fill out there contact form with what you need they will happily send you a link to phone tools.
you need the drivers for your window you are currently running try going to the website of the camera make and download the latest drivers for the windows you are now using i.e if xp you need that driver check if you have 32bit xp or 64 bit xp you need the correct driver email me or message me on msn email@example.com
Most likely a flex cable. The flex cable runs through the hinge. It is a high fail item. I used to replace 20 a week. Check to see if you can find a flex cable online. You will also need a small torx driver. I cant remember the size.
down load usb driver from Motorla for the w377 and installl on pc. restart pc then open my computer and plug in usb cable and phone. the phone will ask if you want to connect the w377 as a storage divice chick yes and wait while it configures. There will be a message saying in storage phone no regular phone activities can be done.
The phone should show up as MS_DEIVCE (You may need to refresh My Computer to see it on the pc.). DOUBLE CLICK MS_DEIVCE and go into pictures and down load (by coping or draging as required). When done disconnect and wait for phone to restart. This should be automatic.
You need the software so that your phone and your windows xp can talk to each other. The Motorola v360 (GPRS networks) needs version 4.00 of "Motorola Phone Tools" available from Avanquest software. Go to their home page, http://www.avanquest.com and in the search box type Motorola Phone Tools, then click the link for the product, and it will prompt you for your phone model, and tell you that you need version 4.00. It's a very handy and useful package which I've used for my motorola phone, and in my opinion, well worth having to get the most out of your phone. If you don't want to buy the program, another way to get your pictures onto your computer is to e-mail them to yourself, if your phone is activated for the internet, and download them onto your computer that way. There are lots of good free photo editing programs on the web as well. I hope this inf helps!