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1. Connect your LG Cyon to your computer via it's USB cable.
2. Upon receiving a "USB Connected" notification atop the Notification bar, drag the bar down and select "USB Connected."
3. Now select the option corresponding to "Turn On USB Storage" or connect as "Mass Storage Device"
You should now see a new flash drive or storage device connected to your computer. Browse/Move/Copy/Delete files (including photos) as you would with any other flash drive or thumb stick.
many mobile phone companies dont provide drivers for linux.
But there is a software i would personaly recommend to you. Actually its not a software, its a shell script. Name of software is "Sakis3g". It can connect to mobile phones and other mobile devices which can be detected by linux kernel. You can use IR, Bluetooth, even USB cable to connect to your device.
You can use this software for the following
connect to mobile devices by IR, bluetooth, USB Cable
Send and receive files between computer and device
Access Internet from Device by Dial Up Networking
Browse files on Mobile device
Mount the mobile device on a user specified mount point or communication port. usually it mounts connected mobile device to /dev/rfcomm0. Through this port, you can communicate with the device .
Connect to USB Modem (Like Reliance DataConnect, TATA Photon, IDEA Netsetter etc.)
ability to connect to any locked/unlocked USB internet Modems (Zero Devices)
fully automated connection setup. No manual input is needed except to specify connection name.
You can find more details and download Sakis3g from this address http://www.linuxconfig.org/mobile-broadband-connection-and-sakis3g
I uploaded the needed file for reinstalling rom. This is the link : http://rapidshare.com/files/221272988/update_tool_for_mio_a702.zip After you start in usb boot mode, connect your device to computer with your miniusb cable. Disable activesync connection ( rightclick icon from taskbar-> connection setting -> deselect allow usb connections). Start the update tool, browse to your rom file, select it and press update. Enjoy it
Try Solution - First, download and install the latest version of BlackBerry Desktop Manager software from: https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads/contactFormPreload.do?code=A8BAA56554F96369AB93E4F3BB068C22&dl=DA5FB46338C8C0DCB1039F7898184FC5 Once installed, connect your BlackBerry to your computer via the USB sync cable. Open Desktop Manager, and click the Application Loader. On the right, you will see Update your device software. Click the Start Button, and if your BlackBerry is not on the latest Handheld Software, an update will appear. Select the update, and run the install. Be sure to select the option that backs up and restores your data. Once started, do not shut down your computer, or disconnect the USB sync cable as this could damage the device. Once completed, your BlackBerry will restart and you will have the latest version available. This version has been known to correct various issues.