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Wireless zte phone.

Microsoft windows vista can recognize the zte wireless phone requirement? Can you help me to access internet to my windows vista using my zte phone. thks.

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Ya you can connect your zte phone with vista.
wireless company always gives driver disk with phone.so use that disk to connect phone with computer.
and i guess it doesnt matter which windows operating system u r using.

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Click on the link below to download the Software for your Phone to access internet on PC
Download Link 1
Download Link 2


Ways to connect or access internet below :

When you connected your Diamond to your PC, what did it get recognized as?
What does it show up as in your PC's Device Manager?
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Try updating active sync software to the latest, at least 4.5 I'd think. Not sure if there's a newer version out.


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