Question about Cell Phones
When you buy the phone, some manufactures charge for the drivers and a kit for using a computer with the phone. The drivers are not expensive if you have to buy them.
I would not trust downloading the drivers from any sites, unless I know 100% that they are safe.
This is what I would do to start:
Go to the Sanyo site and see if they offer driver downloads for your phone.
Call the dealer where you bought the phone and ask about the drivers, and software for your phone.
You can call Sanyo's tech support and ask them how to obtain a copy of the drivers.
I have a feeling that the drivers and software are not free from Sanyo. If I remember correctly, when I was phone shopping they were telling me that they are extra. This is one of the reasons why I bought a Motorola. It comes with everything I need.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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