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Pc-to-V3m Memory Card File Transfer With USB Cable?

Discussion in 'US Cellular Forum' started by harleydavid, Jan 20, 2008.

  1. harleydavid

    harleydavid New Member

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    Hi there...I'm back with my 2nd question here.
    I just bought a USCellular V3m phone with a memory card. Is it possible to transfer my mp3 ringtone from my pc to the phone using a usb cable? I get a "found new hardware" message...but it wants drivers. That's where I get stuck. Where can I get the drivers...and will this approach work? If this has already been discussed to death, please forgive me; I'm new.

    Thanks in advance!

    -vid-
     
  2. theblacksheep

    theblacksheep New Member

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    check out Hack the Razr!. You can find the drivers there. Also, you should be able to go to your connection settings, and where it says USB, change it from modem to jump drive.
     
  3. tearsonurcheek

    tearsonurcheek Junior Member
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    You can also just plug the memory card into a card reader (if you have one), load the ringers on their, then put the card back in the phone, and transfer them to the phone's memory. With Motorola, the ringers must be in the phone rather than the card.
     

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