Motorola :: V235 Software For Connecting To My Desktop
Aug 16, 2007
I have a Motorola V235 cellphone. I recently downloaded software to enable me to connect my cellphone to my desktop so that I could synchonize my phone numbers and upload and download pictures. I had no problem with my phone number list but when I tried to download pictures to my phone I got an error message that the cellphone had disconnected from the mainframe. The wire was still plugged in and there was nothing wrong with the cable. When I asked the software manufacturer about this is comments were as follows:
"Not all functions work on all phones, You can go to the official Motorola phone tools web site for a lot more info. Some cell phone have functions turned off. It's not the software that will not work. Yes you can turn all these functions on, read more about how to at cell phone forums. Also cell phone how to's /help." Can anyone help me with this problem?
Ok my friend has a Motorola V235. She would like me to put some new ringtones on her phone for her. Now i know how to do this on my LG vx-8300 with bitpim but i have no idea how to do this on her motorola. I downloaded the main drivers from MOTODEV and i have bitpim, Mobile PhoneTools, QPST, and P2k. unfortuantely whenever i try any of these programs the phone will not show up so i cant do it. any help would be greatly appreciated and sorry if this has been covered before in another topic but i did a search and looked around a bit and couldnt find anything that would help me.
I'm just starting to text a little on my Motorola V235, but the TAP function is a real pain to me. I just want to type in words without having the phone complete them with what it thinks I want to say. I can't find any way to turn it off. I've gone through the menus, asked friends how to do it, searched the net, and even read the owner's manual, but no luck.
I'm having a problem with my Moto V235: If I close it too fast the phone will shut off then turn itself back on. Then it takes upwards of 10 minutes to read the sim. Service Provider: AT&T (Formerly Cingular) Go Phone
Just got a new BB8900 last Friday. On Monday, I encountered a Reload Software: 552 error code and after checking online forums for options on how to fix I ultimately had to reinstall the operating system and reinstall new apps that weren't archived by the reinstall process. Because I feared getting this error again whenever I rebooted the device, I immediately made backups every hour as I was reconfiguring the device and adding back my apps.
Today I was going to do another backup for good measure and once I connected my Blackberry to the computer with Desktop Manager running, Desktop Manager crashed and gave me the following error:
Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: DesktopMgr.exe Application Version: 18.104.22.168 Application Timestamp: 4a4bd539 Fault Module Name: DesktopMgr.exe Fault Module Version: 22.214.171.124 Fault Module Timestamp: 4a4bd539 Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 000d68f5 OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.3 Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: c4a7 Additional Information 2: 473b2e845affd1758ca8e66121386d63 Additional Information 3: 83e8 Additional Information 4: 72466a8a5092651f7fe609f9ec3f3489
I then tried the APPLOADER.EXE program locating in program files/common files/research in motion/apploader. I had used this program yesterday to try to delete applications 1 by 1 with the hope that one application was causing the 552 error. Now for some reason this program also is having a problem noting the following in the error log file:
Read from location 1010fffc caused an access violation.
I've looked through multiple forums and haven't found a solution. What I can tell you is this:
1) The phone is working fine but I fear rebooting the phone and getting another 552 error (there were two apps deleted that will be fully deleted on reboot). Would hope everything is fine but I've had two of these 552 errors within 24 and the second one came without any warning. If I get this error there is no way to get to my backup since I can't connect to DM without it crashing.
2) It doesn't appear to be a sync issue but I deleted the Intellisync folder anyway and it didn't fix the problem.
3) Have rebooted my machine with no change to problem.
4) Have reinstalled DM Version 5 (this time without the Roxio Media software) with no change to problem.
5) Because I now get an error when connecting to DM and trying to run apploader.exe, there appears to be a setting on my phone that might be causing the problems (I have no idea what it may be but the APPLOADER program notes a location violation so maybe the Blackberry software is confused about where to find my Apps?)
6) The BlackBerry device manager works fine and notes my device and applicable serial number.
After my last backup yesterday I probably only installed 3-4 other apps that I had lost and organized/moved folders around on the phone. So getting this problem so soon after everything was working fine is mindboggling.
My Desktop application freezes after I connect my BlackBerry to it, when it tries to sync. When I connect my BB it sees the unit, the pin, etc. It is just when the sync start that Desktop freezes. On the BB, it says "connected to pc".I tried to reinstalled Desktop 4.2.,then Desktop 4.7,no change.I even remove my firewall.
I have been using 4.7 OK and it has been replicating all my contacts and tasks from Outlook 2003. All of a sudden it has stopped working and just says Connecting to Desktop... I have tried all the usual re-install software change USB cable, different USB ports and scanned the forum. Options connect options shows my blackberry USB PIN number as OK. Bluetooth option is ghosted but I don't use this option ... not sure if there is a connection. I have a Toshiba A300 with Bluetooth. It did work OK until last Friday and I have spent most of the weekend trying all the forum tips. I operate Windows XP.
I have a curve and I'm wondering if there's a way to connect to my computer when I'm on the road. I've used gotomypc from my laptop in the past and am happy with it, but I'd be great to connect via BB curve.
I have a month old VX6900 and at first I had no problem syncing it to mmy desktop.Now when I connect it to the desktop, the phone display reads connected but the computer will display connecting and the little status wheel will spin and spin and eventually end up displaying "error" and a red x.
I have a Curve 8330 and cannot get the Desktop Manager to connect with it. This was a frequent problem for a long time until the latest DM upgrade. Suddenly, now the same thing is happening. DM just shows "connecting" but no connection takes place. I have uninstalled then downloaded and reinstalled v6 but all in fain.
Typically, as these things seem to happen, one day everything's fine & the next it's not! My Bold 9700 will no longer connect to the Desktop Manager, but worked fine yesterday. Having run the Troubleshooter, I'm being told "Rim.Desktop is Incompatible".
How can i upgrade my bold OS without connecting to desktop manager. As per my desktop manager there is no upgrade available, but my phone carrier launced an upgraded module in UK, but that's not launched in India yet. how can i upgrade my phone which is in india with the module launched by Vodafone in U.K
I got into my car at 4pm today and my phone went to a white screen which is saying connecting to desktop and has not changed since. I could only make a phone call using my bluetooth in the car, I have tried switching on and off and no change.
my blackberry bold 9000 is not working.. i mean 2 days before it suddenly reboot and after that it wont start. its red light flash for 30 second then its tried to loading but in 10 seconds it reboots again and it is not starting. even when i tried to connect it with pc, it is not connecting with desktop manager. i am worried. i searched for all solutions but not getting any usefull information.
I installed the Blackberry desk top software on one computrer and have no problem syncing and updating, but when I installed the software on another computer it does not detect the connected Blackberry. USB is OK because Blackberry charges. What am I missing?
Periodically my Curve 3G will display a white screen with the message Connecting to Desktop. This can happen, for example, when I unlock my phone, or connect to a power supply. There is no way of removing the message apart from disconnecting the battery, and then rebooting. The phone cannot be used whilst it is displaying this message.
Okay, so it is a bit ironic that I am posting this question, as I have been helping others here on CB with BT/USB tethering for quite some time now. However, it looks as if the tables have turned!
Like many have reported over the past few months, Sprint has finally turned off the "back-door" free tethering connection that has been working for many years via BT and USB for many, many people. Over the years, I have activated and deactivated the "phone as modem" add-on several times, usually only when needed. Just last week, I called into CS and had them flip the switch ON.
My Tour was already setup for BT modem, and connected just fine, and since I turned it on, I have used the service many times. HOWEVER - just the other day, I tried to connect and my Tour's screen flashed white, and said "Connecting to desktop". I could not exit out of this screen, and also could not connect to the phone via BT to use as a modem. The blue BT light was flickering, and the computer was trying to connect for about 30 seconds, before failing - and once failed, the white screen went away, and the home screen reappeared.
I have NEVER seen this screen before - not even when connecting the phone via USB to the DM in either Windows or Mac. I am not sure what has happened since last week. I have not installed a new OS, nor have I changed any settings on the phone or in DM. Very odd!
I would appreciate any help or insight into this matter. I have already tried pairing the phone with the computer again - but still every time I go to connect via BT, the phone is now displaying the "Connecting to desktop" message with a white background. So weird! I am using Snow Leopard with a hybrid OS. Neither one of these factors should be the root of any issue - as I said earlier, just last week things were working fine - and I have made NO changes whatsoever since.
Only new apps downloaded since have been Bold, Opera, and QuickPull - however, I cannot imagine any of these apps to be interfering with tethering. I have tried battery pulls, and reconfiguring bluetooth settings - all to no avail.
Ive searched and havent really found a good answer to my problem, but when i connect my blackberry through the USB port, my computer and DM are not finding that its connected. Ive tried re-installing DM, re-starting my computer, re-booting my phone and none of these have worked. Is there something else that I am missing?
A few days ago my BB 8830 WE stopped connecting to my DM 4.6. It was working fine (with the exception of manually backing up my information) before this. It still shows that it's charging when connected to my laptop, but I receive a message stating "USB Device Not Recognized" and when I run through the whole troubleshooting process, no solution is found. I have looked in the forums and uninstalled and re-installed Desktop Manager, did a few battery pulls, but the problem still persists. Any help is appreciated.
A couple of side notes:I'm running OS 126.96.36.199 I received this BB 2 weeks ago after my previous one was stolen. It is refurbished.
I have a BB9900 running device software 7.0. I also have BB Desktop Software 188.8.131.52 installed. I run Windows 7. I am trying to connect my computer to my BB using bluetooth so I can sync wirelessly. Bluetooth is enabled on my 9900 and my computer is a "paired device". However when I use the Desktop software and try to "add a bluetooth enable device" it can't find my phone.Also when I go through Devices and Printers on my computer I can see the phone (bluetooth is enabled on the computer) although there is a driver problem identified that windows can't fix.
I have been syncing just fine for months. Now all of the sudden when I plug in my phone to sync and backup, it doesn't do anything. It doesn't even try to detect my device. The only way I can make it work is to uninstall and reinstall the desktop program. But I'm sick of having to do that everytime I need to sync my phone.
I am having trouble connecting/syncing my Blackberry 9360 with the desktop software. After I select my phone from the list of devices an attempt is made to install all the needed drivers. 2 of 3 install automatically. The 3rd is 'not found'. I would imagine this is the problem. So far I have researched and attempted every possible fix I could find on the Internet, including manually selecting drivers as directed.Without this driver the desktop program does NOT SEE my device. Even so, I AM connected with my computer via bluetooth. I can force files to be be sent and/or received between my phone and computer but would really like the automatic ability to have everything synced without the need to plug in a cable.
My Blackberry Curve 9300 regularly reverts to a screen saying 'connecting to desktop'. The phone then 'freezes' on that screen and I cannot do anything and the only solution is to open the back, remove and replace the battery and wait for the phone to reboot. This seems to do the trick but it's happening quite frequently which is a major nuisance, particularly since the reboot process takes such an age. Is there anything I can do to stop this happening?