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My motorola phone malfunctions

My phone malfunctions with phone tools it says it can't find it.the troubleshooting wizard won't let me install it on any ports! I downloaded mp3s to my girlfriends exact same phone though.Is this a memory card problem because windows opens my memory card? My phone is KZAR Km1.

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It was the phone took it back. Got new memory card same problem memory card $10.

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How to download music on it?


Thanks for visiting FixYa!

To download music on your phone, you really need to do that while it is connected to your PC. And, your PC needs to have Motorola Phone Tools installed.

First, let's get you set up with Motorola Phone Tools. Click on the link, (below) and go to the website. There, you must sign up to become a member. It's easy. Simply fill in your info. and you'll receive an email to verify your email address. Click on the link in your email - go back to the website - and sign in.

You'll be directed to the phone support page. Click on the Motorola Phone Tools download link and go to the download page. Click to download the Motorola Phone Tools. Save it to your desktop and double click on it to install the program on your PC. (Make sure your phone is not connected to your PC during the install.

After it installs, it will ask permission to find and install updates. Click, Yes.

Once Motorola Phone Tools is installed you'll need to connect your phone to your computer. There are a couple of ways to do this.

1) USB - You'll need a USB cable and the USB charging drivers installed on your PC (Download on the Motorola Phone Support page where you signed in to become a member.) After installing the USB drivers,and connecting your USB cable to your computer and phone, start the Motorola Phone Tools Program. In the program, click on Media and follow the prompts. I believe you just drag and drop media files into the program.

2) Bluetooth - Your phone has bluetooth. You'll first need to look under your phone's battery and find the EXACT model number of your phone. (ie., L6, L6i, L6e etc.) This will be needed later. But you neded to have it handy.

If your PC has built in Bluetooth, skip down to, CONNECT:

If your PC doesn't have Bluetooth, then go to eBay and search for a USB Bluetooth doggle. It just plugs into one of your PC's USB ports and instantly - your computer has bluetooth.


CONNECT:


Next, on your phone go to: Menu (press the center of the large round center button on your phone) > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth (and press the button for 'Select'.)

Scroll down to Setup and press, Select again.

Scroll to, Power - and click on, Change.

Choose, On and click, Select.

Now, scroll up to, Find Me and click, Select.

The Bluetooth in your phone is now ON.

Now, you'r ready to connect to Motorola Phone Tools on your PC..

Start the Program by double clicking on its icon. When the program opens select, Default profile and click OK..

Follow the prompts.

When the Phone Set-up Wizard opens (Picture of boy in blue shirt) click Bluetooth.

Find your phone in the list - (where you looked under your battery for your exact model number) and select it from the Menu.

The wizard will begin to 'Find' your phone. You may wish to click, Find Me on your phone again to activate Bluetooth for another 60 seconds. Or, if you need to click on Re-detect in the wizzard if you need to.

When your phone is detected, use your mouse and click on the picture of your phone in the window - to highlight it - and click next.

Enter the Passkey on your phone the wizard gives to you.

Then you can use the Phone Tools program to transfer music from your PC to your phone.

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I cant install PC charging driver for my MOTOROLA V3im, there is no FOUND NEW HARDWARE WIZARD, I dont think my usb connector is damaged i tried/test it and its working to other gadgets. Is there any other...


Thanks for visiting FixYa!

If you need to download the USB charging driver you can go to this website:
http://motoroladownloads.webs.com

Sign up and verify your email address. Then, go back and download what you need to - for free. Also, there's some good information there for troubleshooting.

Make sure you download the correct driver. And, you can download the Motorola Phone Tools (PC Suite) there also - for free.

Here's a link to view your Owner's manual if you do not have one.
http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Support/US-EN/Mobile%20Phones/MOTORAZR%20V3i/US-EN/_Documents/Static%20Files/V3i_UG.pdf

Look, beginning on page 25 (bottom right) of the online manual on how to set up your Bluetooth. If you're pairing a headset, the code is usually 0000 (four zeros).

If you have Internet (Data) service I've discovered a new Mobile Directory online.

It's at http://j.mp/mobilelink

You can go there now, but some of the links won't be finished for Motorola phones until next week. You still may want to set it as your phone's home page. (If you use your phone on the Internet.)

Feel free to click on the Reply link (here) if you need further assistance.

John

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Go to: http://www.motoroladownloads.webs.com
Register your email address, (Then, read the information to download the appropriate USB Drivers and install them.)
Other downloads for your phone are also available there as you'll need them, too.

You can also Download Motorola Phone Tools (PC Suite) for your computer. This will get you up and running.

Note: Make sure to update the Motorola Phone Tools program a couple of times until you have v5.0.5 (or better if available).

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Download Motorola Phone Tools and install it to get the latest drivers for your phone. The Motorola Phone Tools contains a wizard for configuring a network connection through your phone. Go to this link for more information and downloading.

http://www.motorola.com/support/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=ac7549e8fc20f110VgnVCM1000008406b00aRCRD&vgnextchannel=25aae66506e9d110VgnVCM1000008406b00aRCRD

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How to instal motrola soft in pc


To install Motorola Phone Tools on your hard drive, insert the Motorola CD-ROM that came with your phone into a CD-ROM drive on your PC. When installing Motorola Phone Tools from the CD-ROM, the installation process starts automatically.

If it doesn't start automatically, do the following:
1. From the Start menu (accessible from the task bar), select the Run command.
2. Select the drive that contains the CD or type E:SETUP (E: represents the CD-ROM drive).
3. To run the file, click OK.

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To know my the free download software of my phone


For those who are having connection problem with moto

Step 1. Get the software

Go to Motodev and download Motorola USB Driver (you will need to register)

Also download your chosen p2k program e.g. p2kMan

It would also be a good idea to locate RSD Lite – you will have to use Google to find this as it is classed as warez and we cannot give
links.

Step 2. Install the driver program

Extract the file “Motorola_EU_Driver_Installation.msi” from the zip file you downloaded.

Double click on this file and the installation will start.
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Click next and the EULA will appear
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Click on "I Agree" (obviously having read the agreement first Angel), then next.

The program will now install
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Click close to end the install procedure

During the installation process you may see the following screen 1 or
more times
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Should this appear hit "Continue Anyway"

Step 3: Install the drivers

You will now have a new program group in your start>programs menu -"Motorola Driver Installer", with a shortcut called "Motorola Driver Installer.exe" within it.

Make sure the phone is disconnected at this time.

Run this program, and it will check whether the drivers are already
installed, when this is complete you will see the following screen
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Under "Operation Mode" (lower left), select "Clean and Reinstall" (the bottom option).

Then hit "Start"

The program will then do its thing. When it is finished hit "Exit"

You may get the message about Windows Logo testing again - if you do hit "Continue Anyway"

Step 4: Connect the phone

Make sure the phone is turned on then connect the USB cable. It is best
to use a USB port on the rear of the PC rather than front mounted ports
as these sometimes connect to the motherboard via a hub

When you plug the phone in Windows will find new hardware - Motorola
Phone (V3), then Motorola USB Modem. The installation should
complete without intervention.

You should now be able to connect using Mobile Phone Tools, the phone
should also be charging.

We now want to install the P2k Drivers. First make sure MPT is not
running.

Now with the phone still connected run one of the P2k programs, I generally use P2kMan - but thats just me. Its best not to use p2k Tools as this may start in AT mode and confuse matters.

When you do this Windows should find several new devices and after a
short while the new hardware wizard will run. In the rare event the new
hardware wizard does not start, install and run RSD Lite.

The first screen to appear asks if you wish to connect to Windows Update
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Select "No, not this time", then click on "Next"
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Choose "Install the software automatically (Recommended)", then hit "Next"

The driver for Accessories Interface is then installed, after a short
while the following screen is displayed
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Click "Finish"

The new hardware wizard will then run again
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Once again select "No, not this time", then click on "Next"
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This time the wizard asks for drivers for "Data Logging MCU Interface".

Choose "Install the software automatically (Recommended)", then hit
"Next"

Again the drivers are installed then after a short while the
following screen is displayed.
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Click "Finish"

The new hardware wizard will then run for a third time

At the first screen select "No, not this time", then click on "Next" in the same way as before
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This time the wizard asks for drivers for "Test Command Interface".

Choose "Install the software automatically (Recommended)", then hit "Next"

Again the drivers are installed then after a short while the following screen
is displayed.
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Click "Finish"

Your P2k drivers are now installed and the P2k programs should
recognise the phone

Remember if you connect using a different USB port in the future,
Windows will recognise new hardware and you will need to repeat these
steps

Step 5: Flash Interface Device

If at anytime you choose to flash your phone you will need the Flash
Interface device installed. This device is used to communicate with the
phone while it is in bootloader mode.

In order to run the hardware installation wizard for this device you
can do one of two things. Either use RSD Lite to flash the phone as
normal (browse to the file and hit start) and RSD Lite will switch the
phone to bootloader mode for you. Alternatively you can start in
bootloader manually (hold * and # while turning the phone on), then
connect the USB cable.

Either way the new hardware wizard will run again.
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As before select "No, not this time", then click on "Next"
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Choose "Install the software automatically (Recommended)", then hit
"Next"

Again the drivers are installed then after a short while the following screen
is displayed.
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Click "Finish" and you are done - you can now flash your phone with RSD
Lite.

Once more remember if you connect using a different USB port in the
future, Windows will recognise new hardware and you will need to repeat these steps


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