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Motorola SLVR L6 but you might try this on your phone.
Motorola SLVR L6 has a built-in media player, digital camera/video
camera, Bluetooth connection and a removable microSD memory card.
Since Motorola discontinued this phone, you can no longer download
the software from the Cingular or Motorola website. Instead, you need
to download it through the Mobile Action website. You will find
updated software and driver downloads for the phone's handset manager
and Bluetooth connections.
Navigate to the Mobile Action website (see Resources). Locate the
types of software that allow PC-to-mobile uploads.
Click the name of the software you want. A presentation should
appear on your screen, allowing you to follow along while
downloading the software.
Double-click the software installation on your desktop. Enter your
full name, street address, phone number and email address to
register with Motorola. Provide your cell phone account information,
Follow installation instructions. Restart your computer
for it to recognize the newly installed software.
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Hi, This is a common problem but there is hope. Open the phone and turn it over so that the camera is facing you. On the
left side between the camera lens and the vol up/down buttons
squeeze that area. This is where the ribbon cable is connected.
By squeezing this area you reseat the connection. Let me
know if this helps you.
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