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Problem even though i connect usb i didn't interface with computer at the time file transfer

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  • sagarsarkar Oct 18, 2008

    but i had connet it before but now its not working

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Bcoz u hav not installed software cd which is given with ur W200i phone first install in ur pc and then connect ur work is done!!!!

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