Question about Kyocera Cell Phones
I am not a Kyocera expert, but let me share what I know about it. When you connect the phone to the computer via the usb cable, did something pop up on your computer screen like asking for driver or etc? In most Kyocera phones, there is a settings called "Mode Settings" which is a sub-settings of "Settings", Open menu and check whether you can find "Mode Settings" under "Settings" or not. If so, open it and select "Mass Storage Mode". Once this is done and the changes is saved, connect the phone to your computer Via usb cable. You should see a new "Removable Disk" in the "My Computer" explorer. That new "Removable Disk" (in windows) should be your Kyocera's memory/memory card. Open it and check the contents. To do this, you don't need driver or software since almost all Microsoft Operating System came with the usb driver for mass storages.
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Posted on Apr 21, 2011
There are a number of ways to do that.
1. Use the USB cable to connect and set the phone as a mass storage device from settings. It will appear in My Computer as an additional drive. Use this additional drive as you would a normal drive to copy paste files etc to and fro.
2. If the phone has internet activated on it then send these files as email attachments and receive them on the PC.
3. Remove the memory card after copying all the files to it and have the card read by the computer and copy/paste the files to computer.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
1.Plug one end of the USB adapter into the phone, and the other end into an available USB port of your computer. Look to the bottom right of the screen and you should see an "Installing Driver..." window pop up. Wait a few minutes to allow the computer to look for a driver for your phone
2.Look for a window to pop up that tells you "Driver was successfully installed." If it never comes up, or instead a window pops up that says "Driver was not successfully installed," it means your computer did not recognize your cell phone. In this case, you'll need to look for the driver. If it did install, skip ahead to Step 5.
3.Install the driver by double-clicking on it. Before you do this, make sure your cell phone is unplugged. After you've installed the driver, plug in the cell phone, and it should be recognized
4.Go to "My Computer." Look for a new drive that has either the brand/model of the cell phone in the name, or simply a picture of the cell phone on the drive. It will probably have the drive name F:, I: or G:. Double-click on it.
5.Go to Start > File > Settings > Folder Options and select to enable hidden files and folders to be shown. Then go back to your cell phone's folder and look around. You should see a folder with the name "Pictures," "Photos," "images" or a similar name. Double-click on it, and you should see all your cell phone files.
6.Select files you want to download and right-click "Copy." Then go to your desktop and create a new folder by right-clicking and selecting "New Folder." Open up this new folder, right-click and select "Paste." Your files will then be copied from the cell phone to your computer where you'll be able to access them any time.
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
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