Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3m Cellular Phone
Just bought a RAZR V3m, and I can't connect to my PC. I've tried everything! I downloaded the drivers, tried Mobile PhoneTools, tried the p2k program, tried both ActiveSync and Windows Device Center, and I'm all out of ideas and of patience. Someone please help me!
(why did Motorola have to make this stuff so hard? I just want to listen to music on my phone, damn it!)
It took me a year of trying, but I finally got my Razrs to talk to the pc. I googled "Unlocking a Razr" and got a lot of good ideas. The best combo seemed to be downloading some older USB drivers from a post I saw in the Hack the Razr site, and then running the PST program in the background while running P2k. Once I got Pst to connect to the phone, P2k handled saving my mp3's to the phone. I also saved mp3's to the card using a card reader and putting them in the audio folder on the phone.
The biggest hurdle is getting the right drivers so the phone will talk with the pc. Not impossible, but it takes some diligence. Like I said, I spent a few months last summer hacking my phone and going nowhere... then this summer I tried it again, and got it to work. My next conquest is ringtones. Not having a lot of luck there.
I know I've rambled. Hope you find what you need. I got it all by google-ing.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
Fck this phone dont buy it it sucks!!!!!
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
I'm assuming as you say, you just want to listen to music. To put enough music to be worthwhile you'll need a memory card anyway, this is where the music needs to be anyway. The V3M does hold a memory card. It would make a lot more sense to add the music to that and put it in the phone (just above the battery after you take the back off, you'll see it) Unless you're trying to update software to the phone or back up a contact/text/call list, the memory card is by far the simplest option for you. You'll need a micro SD card, most should come with adapters. You can get a 1 gig for less than $10 or a 2 gig for $14. If you dont have a memory card reader most cameras take SD cards now, you should be able to put the micro in the adapter and read it from there.
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