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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-22-2005, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Ravor v3 software for the computer

okay,

I recently purchased a Motorola ravor v3, and then purchased the data cable off of the internet (which I realized is just a MINI USB cable) my question is, where can I get the software to export pictures off of the phone and my phone book off the phone and stuff like that. I didn't purchase the entire kit from motorola, just the cable and the driver disk off of ebay, somebody please help

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-22-2005, 11:25 AM
 
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motophone tools? I think I have a copy I can email you if you send me your address.
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you can get the cd off ebay, too, but someone here prolly has a copy. I've been looking for it, too, for my v551.
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Im putting it on my ftp site. PM you a link
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hey thank you,

I will try this when I get home, left my data cable at home today

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Okay....it's well-known that my computer skills are non-exsistant, but can't you email your pictures from the phone to your email address That's what I have been doing for the last 18 months.

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Rick if you pay for the extra feature, yes. Most of the basic packages, don't come with this feature. Then you have to down load them to your computer, or take them in to your service office and have them develop them for you, for a fee.

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Plus you can synch with your outlook contact list for phone numbers, etc. And you can manually add ring tones, games and other stuff.

The cable connection is a useful thing.
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I have the Motorola Service Software also. You can change settings on your phone.

In case anyone else wants Mobile Phone Tools from Motorola:
http://s44.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=1...Y3IV2OL5JCPW9W
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Okay....it's well-known that my computer skills are non-exsistant, but can't you email your pictures from the phone to your email address That's what I have been doing for the last 18 months.
I also have found that the quality is way worse when you send the picture to a website rather than download it straight from the phone.

Does anyone have the software for the Motorola V710??? I had the V600 before so I have the software and cable from that but the V710 requires a different driver, haven't had any luck with google
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I also have found that the quality is way worse when you send the picture to a website rather than download it straight from the phone.

Does anyone have the software for the Motorola V710??? I had the V600 before so I have the software and cable from that but the V710 requires a different driver, haven't had any luck with google
Ask and you shall receive:
http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=674803
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For people with a Razr phone: (copied from http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/12/122174)

EVERYONE WITH A V3 RAZR LISTEN UP. If you guys or gals are having problems with the MPT Initializing... your phone, I have figured out how to do it. I have Windows XP SP2.

Before you start any of this, make sure that your phone is not plugged into the USB connection. Make it seem as if the phone and the computer were never together.

1. Go to Control Panel-->System-->Hardware-->Device Manager.
2. Expand "Modems" and make sure that there are not any unusual modems under the expanded category. In other words, only ONE should be installed and it should be the modem that is in your computer, nothing else.
3. Download and Install MPT v3.11. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO INSTALL YOUR PHONE. When it asks to detect your phone, click cancel.
4. The default phone picture will come up. Now, go to Menu-->Setup-->Live Update. Follow the prompts to detect, download and install MPT v3.25b.
5. Do not launch MPT. Make sure the program is closed.
6. NOW, plug your phone into your computer via the mini-USB cable. Your computer should detect "New Hardware." Your computer will prompt you to install the software. It will ask you if you want the computer to search for you (Recommended) or it will ask you if you want to manually select the software from a list (Advanced). Make sure you go to the option that allows you to select from a list.
7. It will ask you to search your computer hard drive. You need to direct it to the driver that comes in the MPT v3.25b you just installed. Click BROWSE. The folder you are looking for is titled "W2K_XP_USB_Drivers". It will most likely be in "C:\Program Files\mobile PhoneTools\Inf".
8. Once you have directed the computer to search for the driver in "W2K_XP_USB_Drivers", click on INSTALL or NEXT to continue with the "search and installation" of the phone. It should say "Motorola USB Modem" as it is installing.
9. Allow the entire process to complete. Once it is done and you have clicked FINISH, unplug your phone from the USB cable and power it OFF.
10. Turn your phone back on and allow it to cycle to the main screen.
11. Plug your USB cable back into your phone and make sure it is connected to the computer. Your phone should start charging.
12. NOW, start MPT and and the program should automatically detect your phone and start the initiallizing. In a few seconds you should be up and running.

I have spent hours figuring this out. I have since followed these steps to the T on 2 seperate computers and have been very successful, with no problems, on the first installation attempts. If you have any questions or need clarification on the steps, let me know and I will try to go into even more detail. Good luck.
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