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|01-10-2013, 05:09||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Homerville/valdosta ga
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i Own a Cell Phone Store and I may Have missed sumthing in between pages or reading and demos but i still cant connect or read a motorola device like DROID X ,2,Pro,955 ,well any and all newer android Devices with CMDA . if i can Get a handle on getting around inside a MOTO like i can any other phone i want to manipulate or alter i'll be Extreamly Happy. "Can I Get Coach" Mail Box is Open also.
|01-14-2013, 13:50||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2003
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Quote from the CDMA Workshop built-in Help file - "Getting Started" section:
Motorola Droid, 2, X, Pro, etc:
1) Download and install free "HW Virtual Serial Port" software.
2) Connect your Motorola to your PC via USB. Set the phone's USB connection to "PC Mode". Once you do this, Windows should install a networking driver for the phone. If you open up a command prompt and type "ipconfig /all", you should see a network adapter named "Motorola USB Networking Driver". The IP address will generally be 192.168.16.1
3) With the networking driver installed, open up HW VSP (do not forget about your firewall which can block access to IP ad*******). This tool will allow you to map a virtual COM port to the Motorola network adapter. Go to the Settings tab and click "Login". You can use the default password. Uncheck the NVT Enabled checkbox. Next, click the Virtual Serial Port tab. Pick a COM port, and enter the IP address of your Motorola networking adapter, adding 1 to the last octet. So if your adapter has an address of 192.168.16.1, you would enter 192.168.16.2. The port number is 11008. Finally, click the "Create COM" button.
4) Use this created COM port in CDMA Workshop.