Motorola Mobile Phone Tools 4.0 for Motorola Phones [Motorola Retail Packaging]
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- Compatible With the following Motorola Phones: C300 Series (gsm), KRZR K1M, V180, V186, V188, V220, RAZR V3, RAZR V3r, RAZR V3t, RAZR V3xx, SLVR L7, SLVR L7c, SLVR L6, SLVR L2, e815, PEBL U6, V190, C290, V195, V235, V325, V360, V365, V323i, ROKR E1, v557, V262, v276, V635, V65p, v810, A630, C331(TDMA), C332(CDMA), C332(TDMA), C333(CDMA), C343, C353(TDMA), E310, T720(GSM), T720(CDMA), T720i, T722, T725, T730c, V120e, V120(TDMA), V120x, V260, V265, V330, V400, V551, V60, V600, V60(CDMA), V60i, V60i(TDMA), V60p, V60s, V60x, V65p, V66, V66i, V710, Renew W233, W315 and V810 phones.(Feature is not supported with Verizon phones)
- Personalize with Ringtones, Images and Videos: Transfer and store pictures taken with your cell phone camera to your computer.
- Message: Send text messages from your computer keyboard for greater speed and simplicity
- Use your cell phone as a modem: Connect your laptop to the Internet using your mobile phone as a modem virtually anytime, anywhere (even at the airport, while you wait in your car.)
- If you have a phone with Bluetooth® wireless technology, you can connect your phone to your PC with Bluetooth® technology.
- Upgrades Available: Once you purchase a copy of Motorola Phone Tools software, upgrades to newer versions of the software are included. The software will automatically check periodically to see if a newer version is available.
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Synchronize: Never lose your data if you lose your phone. Transfer and store all your phone numbers on your computer. With just one click synchronize all your phone contacts, calendar and tasks. Choose from Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Lotus Notes or the in-built Motorola Phone Tools phone book and calendar client. The intuitive synchronization wizard guides you through the process of updating your calendar and phonebook and provides a backup on your computer. Note: Motorola Phone Tools requires a Windows 2000 or Windows XP based PC. Never lose your data if you lose your phone: Transfer and store all your phone numbers on your computer. With just one click synchronize all your phone contacts, calendar and tasks. Choose from Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Lotus Notes or the in-built Motorola Phone Tools phone book and calendar client. The intuitive synchronization wizard guides you through the process of updating your calendar and phonebook and provides a backup on your computer.
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After initially installing the MPT4 software it did an update but when I started the program it could not find my new KRZR K1. The software worked fine with my wife's Razor V3. After a few tries I realized the program would update itself everytime I turned it on till it finally reached the latest version 4.1.2. After that it would sync the KRZR with my PC with no problem whatsoever!
Although I've had to adjust to a number of things, one must also understand the program's limitations, the use of this software has definately exploited the KRZR's full potential. I've created different profiles on my laptop, store computer and home computer. and both my wife and I have no problems using it. I definately recommend the program and just advice the user to update the software to it's latest version.
Motorola Mobile Phone Tools 4.0 for all Motorola Phones [Motorola Retail Packaging]
I am not a techie by any means, but I'm not an idiot, either, and I cannot get this Motorola software to make ringtones and transfer them to my Motorola phone. Installation went fine. Updates went fine. It recognized my Razr. It let me cut out a snippet from a CD to use as a ringtone. Then things went bad. Won't tranfer to the phone. Repeated phone calls to Motorola Customer Service results in my talking to people whose English is so heavily accented that my Texas ears can hardly understand them, AND they don't seem to know what they're talking about anyway, as their information doesn't work and is contrary to what the software states.
I have been unable to get any help from the web, either. So I'm stuck with useless software (all I wanted to do was make some ringtones, not interested in otherwise sync'ing to Outlook, etc.), a feeling of being ripped off and that Motorola just doesn't care about customer service.
My problem is that although it works, there is almost no guidelines for creting ringtones. I found an article online that explained how to create ringtones for my wife's phone. I couldn't believe after buying this package that all it offered for an explanation was a vague error message when you tried to load an MP3 that wasn't sampled correctly.
I have it working now, but as a professional programmer I must say that a typical low-level user would never get personalized ringtones loaded on the phone. This is unacceptable; since I know programmically it isn't all that hard to do the resample on the fly. Motorola didn't do this, I believe, to drive the typical user into buying ringtones out of the confusion of how to create them.
So if you understand how to resample MP3s, and how use an encoder / decoder then this is a fine package. Otherwise, wait till they do something better.
There is no manual with it, but it's a very intuitive interface and you should be up and running in no time. They don't tell you, but you should know, if you add a ring tone to your phone, you have to shut down and restart your phone or else you won't be able to answer or make calls. Since I synched my calendar at the same time I did the ring tone transfer, I don't know if you have to "reboot" after doing any transfer to the phone. I would play it safe and do so.
The advantage this gives over just USB cabling into your phone is this program allows you to access the memory of the phone, while a cable only lets you touch the memory card. Also, it has a very nice interface for converting video and images into the format and size the phone will accept. One thing I caution is based off of reading the reviews on Motorola's site - confirm your phone can work with this before buying! Apparently there are several more popular phones that this does not work with. I have a new Razr VXXX and it works fine.