Do you need software for your Razr v3i mobile phone to connect to your PC?
Are you looking for a USB driver to connect your Razr v3i to your PC?
I was and I didn’t find anything useful but loads of scam and fake sites on the internet,
thus it was time to create an overview of download links available on the net that DO WORK.
Ever since the Motorola Razr v3i got released, Motorola has failed to provide a download for the simple tool that helps their owners transfer files from the (expensively bought) cellphone to their PCs.
When I moved places I lost my original Install CD and was left alone with the problem of transferring files over to my PC since Motorola support does virtually not exist.
One of my mates from school bought a new Razr v3i and he was kind enough to dispatch it to me.
The transfer programme itself is only little in size, but to install the whole CD is required.
Motorola’s approach to the problem is simple: in case the customer has lost the CD or it has become defect, the customer has to buy an additional USB cable in order to get the CD. I googled around and tried to find resources where to get the CD without the cable. There are so many people out there trying to make money with this software, it is annoying. This site presents an index of links that are available on the internet. Kind of “self-runners”. You bought the cellphone and you have right to use the software that came with it. In case you do not own the cellphone Razr v3i, do not download, because you have not initially paid for it (makes sense, doesn’t it!) Thanks.
So with many, many downloads, the CD has proofed to be working, yet if you don’t want to download the full-install cd, you can get the Motorola Phonetools Installer only here (76MB)
The size of the parts (in most cases) is around 50 MB.
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It does not take a degree in rocket science, as it was put earlier this month by a user in the comments, but just some careful reading on this site. Yet again, because I keep receiving e-mail with questions, a guide
download the 14 files,
once you downloaded all files,
get a program called “winrar” or “winzip”.you then install it,
with this program installed you click the very first file (right click) and select “extract to”,
choose a folder.
it will then ask you to enter a password.
this is www.h4x3d.com
you will receive a bin and a cue file.
you will have to get a program that can burn bin files (cd image) to a cd.
you can get nero, from www.nero.com (30 days trial, or you get a free open source one, just use google to get information).
you have to select “burn image/from file” somewhere and select either the cue or the bin file.
a cue file stores the information on “how a cd has to be burned”, so if you select that, put in a cd and press “burn” you will have
the motorola cd in minutes.
you can use this cd to install the drivers and the program (installing the program automatically installs the driver).
Nero came with my PC, so the guide linked below (bottom of page) shows it with Nero.
Some users reported the below files not to work, so grab a copy of the full CD listed above. Those files below are only ‘specialist’ files. May be handy to some folks out there
Those links below are only the single applications, they might not work, so if you can, be sure to grab the full CD, mount it or burn it and enjoy. Feel free to leave a comment!
The password is www.h4x3d.comMotorola Razr v3i Software (rapidshare, free download)
Razr v3i Software (megaupload free download)
Filesize: 14.36 mb
MotoMdm.inf (divshare free download 2kb)
You might need the MotoMdm.inf in order to complete the setup, so be sure to download it. Password www.h4x3d.com aswell
And in case you got problems with widcomm.cab, download this rar file and you should be able to install all things with ease. (rapidshare 69.89 mb free download). Again if this fails, go for the full CD. The full CD has been confirmed to work.
What to do with the cue and bin-file?
You can download Daemon Tools for free and use this program to emulate the CD.
Or you can burn the file to a CD-R or DVD using a tools such as NERO by selecting the option “burn image”. Select the cue-file to burn it.
Make sure that you de-select the option “install save-now” toolbar or similar, it’s useless and stupid. so be aware!
I can only encourage you guys to check http://klew.es/motorola-v3i-help/ out, I put together some information, that might help you out. This is for all the folks out there who have problems getting the phone tools to run, or who have no degree in rocket science and fail to follow the simple instructions on the other site. Look at the screenshots below and realize that THIS is the real thing, it does work. If you receive any errors or dont get the screenshots similar to what is shown above, then you are very likely to have downloaded either the wrong files, or that they got corrupted while downloading. This may happen if you have a bad wireless network, or are at university or you are using dialup. Again I can only underline, that things do work. The files linked on this page are offered free of charge. And no support or whatever is given, as I am student and busy myself. Keep the internet and its content FREE! Don’t pay for something that you can get for free. I do own the original CD, but lost it while moving from internship to internship. I now got a backup copy on DVD-r (CD-r are so easily damaged)
Again for those who over-read things: