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Mobile Phone Tools 2.0 and v60s

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Sheldon K. Smith, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     



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  2. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  3. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  4. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  5. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  6. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  7. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  8. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  9. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  10. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  11. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  12. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  13. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  14. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  15. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  16. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  17. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  18. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  19. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     
  20. Actually, I called Tech Support and got the work around. Once the
    software is installed, go to the menu button on screen (on the PC), go
    to setup, go to general setup, go to communication, go to the change
    modem button, and work through the wizard in setting up a new modem.
    Be sure to check CDMA and select the V60p. From there, things work
    fine...

    Also, be sure that there is only one Motorola USB modem showing as
    being active in the modem control panel on the PC....

    -SKS
     

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