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I had an motorola L7 slvr which had problems connecting through USB, when connected seemed to be connected well with drivers, tried changing the mode to datafax and to memory card either ways it did not work. I had to take out the memory card put that in a reader and copy files.
Now I have a L9 issue is same issue In previous case I couldn't get the CD installed but in this case I got mine installed but comes up with I/O error or path not found.
1)I have tried Installing the drivers from the site both the case, Is there a way to use my mobile as I would plug it in and copy files?
mobile phone motorola slvr l9 not detected and it needs installation drivers for that but its drivers are not available on internet
I had the same problem but now i have found the solution for it. Its not the software its the phone. Go to your Phone Settings hit Connectivity and then Usb Connection select Data Service and now connect your phone to the pc and select connect in Mobilesync and it should work. After you are done using MOBILE SYNC you can simple go in settings once again and choose mass storage for any downloads!!!
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: hi--hantel usb drivers for vista
I have a Hantel phone (CDMA-2000 1X fixed Wireless Phone ). I want to connect internet by this but it can be only connect at Window98se,2000 and xp.It does not install on vista. Please help me and told me about how i can install it on vista os..please tell me a link.........
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: install right drivers
I'm Kazi Aslam from Bangladesh. My mobile set is maximus S95 & it is a MTK GPRS Modem. When I connect it through USB port then shows that the necessary software for the INTEX hardware is not found. My questions is what is the software for it & how can I get it?
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
SOURCE: MOTOROLA W230
The W230 seems to have builtin modem.
First of all we need to install the drivers from www.motorola.com/support/w230 and download the file from link USB modem drivers. Install it and it will create a virtual COM port for the modem.
Open HyperTerminal and try to connect to the port it. You can check the actual port number from "device manager" on WinXP.
Once you connect it will say "AT command Interpreter ready"
Here you can give commands
after last command if your GPRS is active, the icon on topline will change to connected.
This hints to presence of GPRS modem
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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