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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:
Bluetooth connection is another option you have, If your PC has a bluetooth device, you can simply transfer the pictures to your phone.
Sometimes when you send pictures,your phone might say the picture is too lagre and therefore might not open. All you need do is to compress the picture to the minimum before transferring to your phone.
If your PC does not have bluetooth, you can buy an external bluetooth that has a USB mouth as it will allow you transfer anything from your PC to your phone.
Motorola does not make things easy. They conveniently include a mini-USB connector on the outside of the V3 RAZR mobile phone. However, if you use a standard digital camera or other USB to mini-USB cable from your Windows XP based computer – nothing works or happens. Well, you do get the Microsoft Windows Add Hardware wizard, but no drivers can be found. Motorola and the various carriers have even gone as far as disabling the Bluetooth OBEX file transfer service so you are left with a very crippled Bluetooth. The reason for this is that Motorola wants you to spend more money on a couple of options that they have:
Spend money to transfer these files wirelessly, to increase your monthly usage.
Determined not to go either of these routes, I figured there had to be a couple of basic drivers available on the Internet. Two hours later, after scouring Google and wading through the droves of useless advertisements, I was finally able to locate the drivers that would provide what I was looking for. That means that in quick order I could connect my Motorola V3 RAZR to my Windows XP PC, charge the phone and transfer files! However, if this solution is not for you there are other possible solutions incluing ones cheaper than the $59.95 price! To make matters worse, the pages where the drivers were located are poorly organized, littered with unhelpful information, bad text, and had several circular links before you could get exactly what you need. So, in order to make this easy for those who follow after me, here is an easy-to-use guide with links to the drivers you will need. A tutorial, if you will. There will be two section of this “How-to” – the first to enable your computer to charge your phone over USB and the second to enable easy file transfer so you can access your pictures, videos, and more! Update: The popularity of this post has been so high, that have I created several additional posts to help you out with your Motorola V3 RAZR phone, they include the below. In addition, you can subscribe to receive the lastest updates on ONLY the RAZR as they become available below.
hello there...that's right you can get a usb data cable, blue tooth ,or memory card reader to transfer you pictures to your computer....
you can directly print the picture as some of the printers come with card readers built in which is very convinient
consider visiting a mobile accessory shop you will have all the options there
my best pick will be memory card reader if you already have a printer...it is very cheap...and can read multiple cards...so in future if you change your mobile you will not have any problem like with usb cable (different for different phone)
blue tooth and getting a new printer is a costly affair...blue tooth often have connectivity and software issues
go for memory card reader ...cheap ,reliable ,fast and best of all
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!
Use the usb cable,when you have connected to your computer, the phone software should kick in .Then use the media section and transfer tools.The software that you got with your mobile has a tutorial on it as well
The easiest solution for you is to get a mini usb cable,,it has a standard usb plug to go to computer on one end,and a mini usb plug on the phone end,,,same as the plug on your phone charger,,then you can transfer files easy.
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.