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You will need the Motorola PhoneTools software and USB transfer cable to download pictures from your RAZR V3 and after they are downloaded you can print them from your computer. Click on the link below to view:
hi. well the phone you have is limited to what it can download so the buffer exhaustion cannot be fixed. the stuff with your pictures, i need to know exactly what it is saying when you try to put the pictures on the phone.
I don't know anything about a disk, but I got my pic off my phone with a usb cable and my computer recognized it. I run with Media xp. Now on my older PC I just sent the pic to my t-mobile account and them sent them to my photo ablum. It's a drawn out process and take more time then the cd, but like I said I never got a disk with my phone neither. I hope this helped
There are several different ways to do this. You can pay for the service thru your provider, pay for the software(motorola phone tools), download free software(bitpim), save it to your SD card if you have one, pull it out and use a card reader to get it, or get a software upgrade that changes your phone to a USB drive and pull it off your phone.