Uploading Videos and Pictures to my Windows Vista PC
I have downloaded Motorola Phone Tools and Software but I cannot get my compter to upload from my phone. I can view the videos on my phone and have them saved on my memory card but windows media player is unable to support the format. What can I do?
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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!
Use Motorola Phone Tools 4.5 software. And no, it's not free. Oh, and if you happen to have Verizon as your cellular provider, then Motorola Phones Tools will not let you transfer photos and music/ringtones.
After installing the software you have to go through the Tools menu where you can select for the USB port to be a COM or a vertual DISK. This is in the user guide for your particular model.
If the port is set to be a DISK (may be called differently in the particular model and country series), you can transfer files to and from the phone as if it was a thumb drive. The Motorola software is not required for this. You have to also make sure that the memory card containing the pictures is selected in the Picture Options. The two options available are the internal memory, or the memory card.
To recharge the phone with a PC, the Motorola software must be installed. It is actualy better to charge the phone with its own mains charger than use the port of the PC.
All what I am saying here is in the user instructions that came with the phone. Motorola has a downloadable PDF manual for your phone if you prefer to read it on your PC.
download the software called p2ktools from net
... and connect your cell to pc it will ask for driver to install then
give the location "drv folder" inside p2k tools.. then just go p2k mode
then it allows you to download files to pc and to upload files to cell from pc... note: while downloading p2k tools download the old version dont download the new version (new version may be p2k tools3) p2k tools are especially made 4 motorola cells...