Question about Cell Phones
. Most cell phone companies provide free drivers on their website, visit your cellphone brand's website for driver downloads
some drivers like Samsung and Motorola have tricky phones that do not auto install drivers, Samsung has updated manual install drivers and directions on their website along with Motorola.
3 Please provide detailed brand and model number to better determine solution, most cellphones will auto install as a "portabledevice" only and that alone will not be enough to transfer files to your phone. After you have downloaded the drivers from the manufacturers website, type in "Device manager" in the search bar of your Windows, click on "Device Mananger", find your device, right click and choose "update device drivers", than choose to manually select drivers from folders, select where you have saved the downloaded driver and choose that file. It will than install the said driver. That is how you manually install your driver which you have to do with a lot of smart phones.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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