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Connect your Motorola phone to a computer using a USB cable.
Drivers for the phone will be automatically installed when the phone is
connected. A notification message should appear in the lower-right
corner of your computer screen when the installation is completed.
Click "Start" and select "My Computer" from the menu. Double-click the Samsung's icon to open its folder on the computer.
Select and open a folder on your computer in which to save the picture.
Select a picture from your phone's open folder to transfer
to your computer. Drag the picture to the folder where it is going to be
saved. Continue to drag and drop pictures in the folder until the last
picture is transferred.
Exit the phone's folder on the computer and disconnect the Motorola phone from the computer.
Motorola does not make things easy. They conveniently include a mini-USB connector on the outside of the V3 RAZR mobile phone. However, if you use a standard digital camera or other USB to mini-USB cable from your Windows XP based computer – nothing works or happens. Well, you do get the Microsoft Windows Add Hardware wizard, but no drivers can be found. Motorola and the various carriers have even gone as far as disabling the Bluetooth OBEX file transfer service so you are left with a very crippled Bluetooth. The reason for this is that Motorola wants you to spend more money on a couple of options that they have:
Spend money to transfer these files wirelessly, to increase your monthly usage.
Determined not to go either of these routes, I figured there had to be a couple of basic drivers available on the Internet. Two hours later, after scouring Google and wading through the droves of useless advertisements, I was finally able to locate the drivers that would provide what I was looking for. That means that in quick order I could connect my Motorola V3 RAZR to my Windows XP PC, charge the phone and transfer files! However, if this solution is not for you there are other possible solutions incluing ones cheaper than the $59.95 price! To make matters worse, the pages where the drivers were located are poorly organized, littered with unhelpful information, bad text, and had several circular links before you could get exactly what you need. So, in order to make this easy for those who follow after me, here is an easy-to-use guide with links to the drivers you will need. A tutorial, if you will. There will be two section of this “How-to” – the first to enable your computer to charge your phone over USB and the second to enable easy file transfer so you can access your pictures, videos, and more! Update: The popularity of this post has been so high, that have I created several additional posts to help you out with your Motorola V3 RAZR phone, they include the below. In addition, you can subscribe to receive the lastest updates on ONLY the RAZR as they become available below.
This information is from the Motorola Customer Help web pages.
To connect your phone via USB to computer and access your phone's memory card:
On your phone:
Press the CenterSelectKey
Scroll to and Select Settings
Scroll to and Select Connection
Scroll to and Select USB Settings
Scroll to and Select DefaultConnection
Scroll to and Select MemoryCard This
directs the USB connection to your memory card. Attach the Motorola
Original USB cable to the accessory port on your phone and to an
available USB port on your computer.
How do I use my own ring tones on my phone? To put ring tones on your phone using Motorola Phone Tools 4.36c and higher:
Start Motorola Phone Tools.
Choose your phone's profile or create a new profile.
Click OK to wait for a picture of your phone to appear or for your phone to be setup for the first time.
Once the image of your phone appears in the lower right of your computer screen select Multimedia Studio.
On the screen that pops up select Melody Studio.
Select a tab at the top of the screen to find a source for a ring tone. (Samples, My Melodies, My PC, My CD, My Phone).
Select an audio phone you wish to transfer or edit.
Edit the file to your taste or simply choose Transfer to phone.
The file will be put in your ringtone folder.
To transfer music to your phone via Bluetooth(The computer must have a Bluetooth Profile that supports OBEX File Transfer ): Note:
The steps you may need to use to transfer music via Bluetooth may
differ from the steps used below. A PC and a Motorola PC850 Bluetooth
Adapter were used in the steps seen below.
On your computer
Go to My Bluetooth Places
On your phone
Scroll to and Select Bluetooth
Scroll to and Select Setup
Turn Bluetooth Power On
Push Back (right softkey)
Scroll to and Select Find Me
Press Back several times to return to the home screen
Double click Find Bluetooth Devices
Let your computer search and find your device
Double Click on Motorola Phone (Phone's default name is "Motorola Phone" unless you have renamed it in Bluetooth>Setup>Name
Double Click on OBEX File Transfer on Motorola Phone
Computer will be prompted to enter a Passkey
Enter 0000 on your computer and press OK
Phone will ask if you want to Bond with your computer. Select Yes or No
Phone will then prompt you to enter the 0000 Passkey then press OK
Phone will then prompt to Grant or Deny OBEX File Transfer
Double click on audio Folder
Phone will then prompt to Grant or Deny OBEX File Transfer
Computer will now display a conversations and voicerecords folder. Copy and paste or Drag and Drop your m4a(AAC) or MP3 ring tones to the audio folder and NOT into the conversations or voicerecords Folders.
Phone will then prompt to Grant or Deny OBEX File Transfer to complete the transfer
By putting ring tones on your phone using Bluetooth or Motorola phone
tools, you may not be able to remove the ringtone from your phone.
Motorola is aware of this and in the future removing the user added
Your razor phone will connect to your pc with updated software from motorola Don't worry it is free. after you download the software run the program then connect your phone with the phone powered off, then turn on your phones power, it takes a minuet for the phone to connect to the program then your computer should recognize the phone. Need more help you can email me at JV.Lund@gmail.com