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Cannot transfer files to my motorola kzkr using usb cable from my pc. keeps saying request denied by phone unsupported media type 0x4f, what does this mean pls

Pls help to transfer files from pc to phone

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  • thaiprivatee Jan 07, 2009

    have downloaded all required software/drivers etc ; some of the files on my pc transfer ok to my motorola ... but clips off utube/real player for example, wont transfer - same problem ; unsupported media 0x4f ??

    any way around that ?

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Download the moto driver on their site and install it to your pc to navigate your fone. and the tools

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