My moto v3 phone's screen suddenly turned black while ringtone transferring by P2K Commander. It can only be switched on and off, but no sound and no image and also no button works. I'm afraid that some of it's sound and image files have been deleted. What will I do now?
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okay what ya need to do. is get a usb cord that connects to your phone and a computer.
1. Plug the phone into the computer. 2. download p2k commander of some sort. 3. You may or may not have to download a driver for this. but if you do then just go to google and type in driver for razr v3 and it will come up. 4. Then go to control panel. There will be a option of phone and modem options. Click that. 5. Then go to Modems. 6. It should say USB Modem and out next to it have a number like COM3 or something. 7. You go to the p2k commander, and then go to options. Uncheck all the boxes except Use this com port. 8. Then out next to it type in the COM port that your phone was on..Click ok, 9. Now look at the bottom left of the p2k commander. If it says GENERIC FAILURE. That means that its working. If not then it means there is a problem in which i can't fix. 10. But go to the right and click the down arrow and change it to /a p2k phone system. Click re read. 11. it should take a second then go to the only file there. Then click shared. 12. Then go to audio. 13. Then there is all your songs.. click on the song that you want deleted, then go to the bottom and click the delete button :)..
this worked for me.. i learned how on youtube. if ya cant understand just go to google. there are other ways.. i just don't know them..
To get FREE ringtones you need a Usb Cable for your phone and you need 2 software programs.
1. Motorola Update software
2. P2K Commander.
First run the MSU then the P2K. browse the directories and find your other ringtones and place what mp3s you want there.
Next you must delete a few files that determine what sounds you paid for and which you didn't. They are Mytone.DB and 2 others I dont recall atm. Once these are deleted you reboot your phone and those 3 files regenerate themselves but NOW THEY DO NOT KNOW WHICH FILES TO BLOCK. So now all your music you put on the phone can be set as a ringtone. Its a learning curve to do this just be patient and read up on it. GL
download motorolla conection program then P2K commander connect your phone to the motorolla program then start the auto start on the P2K then open the P2K commander select the p2k phone system and re read find audio and change the attributes on the blue toothed sounds so that they mach the factory sounds then they will work you can also use this to delete unwanted animations and sounds to free up space on your phone and fyi Altell did this to force you to buy ringtones there sales rep confirmed this
It's just not made easy for you by Motorola, but you can accomplish it. You will use the P2K application Here's how:
1. Plug-in your Motorola Phone’s Mini-USB cable to a USB 2.0 connector on your computer.
Start up the P2K Commander software by clicking on “P2kCommander.exe”
after you have completed the setup instructions that are here.
In the drop down on the pane to the left, select the ‘P2k Mobile Phone’
Icon with a star icon next to it. In some cases, you may need to click
on ‘refresh’ for the software to scan your Motorola RAZR V3. (you should have an app that look like below)
4. By default, the software catalogs all of the
files on your Motorola RAZR under a directory by the name of ‘a’.
Double click on that directory. 5. The next set of files is the base or root of your phone’s file system. Double-click on the folder ‘mobile’.
6. The list of folders here includes several
that you may have interest in, including ‘audio’, ‘picture’, and
‘video’. For the purpose of this tutorial, double-click on the
7. The pane on the left will now show the list
of available pictures to be transferred from your Motorola mobile
phone. Now choose your destination folder on the right, by
double-clicking to your desired location.
8. Highlight the pictures in the left pane that
you would like to transfer or copy to your computer. Then click the ‘Copy’ icon on the lower right hand side of
the screen to transfer your pictures.
Finally: Got to the Folder(s) on your computer and look at the pics that should now be yours for viewing!