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  1. #1
    Kevin
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    I have just installed MPT V4.21a and am having a number of issues. I have a
    GSM V3 RAZR and a V551 that I would like to use this software with. The
    software is a downloaded upgrade from V4.12 installed from a Motorola OEM
    CD. The software came with genuine Motorola USB cables for each phone. I
    have tried the software on two different computers with the same results.

    When I attempt to use the RAZR, after finally getting the USB driver to load
    and the software to connect to the phone, I was able to open the Media
    Studio one time and upload/download content to the phone. Since the first
    time this worked, now when I open the Media Studio, I loose the connection
    to the phone. I can sync my phone contacts, but am unable to use the Media
    Studio at all. This happens on both computers I have the software installed
    on.

    The V551 will not connect to the software at all. The windows driver
    installation fails. Windows recognizes that a USB device has been connected,
    but cannot recognize it.

    I have followed the instructions that came with the software exactly. Both
    computers are running XP Pro SP2 and are completely up to date with all
    available patches installed.

    Sorry for the long post, and thanks for any and all ideas.

    KB





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  2. #2
    Brian
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    Re: MPT V4.21a problems

    The media studio is blocked if you have verizon service. I am searching for
    a workaround myself that is easy but I have not found it yet


    "Kevin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    I have just installed MPT V4.21a and am having a number of issues. I have a
    GSM V3 RAZR and a V551 that I would like to use this software with. The
    software is a downloaded upgrade from V4.12 installed from a Motorola OEM
    CD. The software came with genuine Motorola USB cables for each phone. I
    have tried the software on two different computers with the same results.

    When I attempt to use the RAZR, after finally getting the USB driver to load
    and the software to connect to the phone, I was able to open the Media
    Studio one time and upload/download content to the phone. Since the first
    time this worked, now when I open the Media Studio, I loose the connection
    to the phone. I can sync my phone contacts, but am unable to use the Media
    Studio at all. This happens on both computers I have the software installed
    on.

    The V551 will not connect to the software at all. The windows driver
    installation fails. Windows recognizes that a USB device has been connected,
    but cannot recognize it.

    I have followed the instructions that came with the software exactly. Both
    computers are running XP Pro SP2 and are completely up to date with all
    available patches installed.

    Sorry for the long post, and thanks for any and all ideas.

    KB






  3. #3
    S.G.
    Guest

    Re: MPT V4.21a problems


    See my responses in the earlier thread "Re: Move a picture from my
    RAZR V3 to my computer?". Unfortunately, I don't know of an easier
    way of defeating MPT's & Verizon's protections.

    What would be really nice is if some nice person who cracks programs
    would issue a cracked MPT executable that does not 1) check the
    phone's flash for the provider's restrictions and 2) does not update.
    But, that's just dreaming.

    On Sun, 30 Dec 2007 07:55:03 -0600, "Brian"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >The media studio is blocked if you have verizon service. I am searching for
    >a workaround myself that is easy but I have not found it yet




  4. #4
    BruceR
    Guest

    Re: MPT V4.21a problems



    S.G. wrote:
    > See my responses in the earlier thread "Re: Move a picture from my
    > RAZR V3 to my computer?". Unfortunately, I don't know of an easier
    > way of defeating MPT's & Verizon's protections.
    >
    > What would be really nice is if some nice person who cracks programs
    > would issue a cracked MPT executable that does not 1) check the
    > phone's flash for the provider's restrictions and 2) does not update.
    > But, that's just dreaming.
    >

    snip

    While you can't change the MPT program, you can easily change the phone
    programming by doing some seem edits or reflashing the phone. It's
    really pretty easy to do.





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