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Download photos from motorola W377

When I plug my usb into computer (Windows home edition) I get message saying cannot connect...can you help?

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  • DERMYboy May 25, 2008

    I am tring to download photos from my phone

  • Anonymous Jun 27, 2008

    download photos from Motorola W377

  • malcolmbro Jul 28, 2008

    using motorola w377 - message unable to find device

  • svor Aug 19, 2008

    Is there any way to trick W377 so IT thinks it's connected to PC?

    Thanks for help.

  • junrock Oct 02, 2008

    please solve!

  • jeanbrett Nov 30, 2008

    Motorola W377 plug lead in also to camera said problem unplug try again won´t let you re-enter

  • charlotte_le Apr 06, 2009

    i have usb port cable but when i try getting pics from fone to comp it says it wont connect

  • lisac7 May 11, 2010

    How do I down load my pictures from my phone to the computer?

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Did you installed Motorola USB driver?

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I Really dont know whether to get a motarola W377 Please help me

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

Carphone Warehouse have solved the problem for me - but it cost me 25 quid. Get a Bluetooth USB wireless connection and send each individual photo file from your phone by copying and sending through the Bluetooth connection. There is no cd with the phone I'm afraid.

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Having trouble connecting phone to computer to download pictures plugged lead in then it says not connected what am i doing wrong.

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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