The Motorola W377 is a discontinued flip phone used on the AT&T cell phone network. The phone has is a built-in radio and the option to upload ringtones directly to the device with a USB data cable and a driver installed onto a connected computer. Once the computer is primed for the Motorola W377 connection, the actual download process only takes a moment or two.
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Open your Internet browser and navigate to the Motorola.com website. Select the "Customer Site" option, then choose "Support."
Choose "Mobile Phones," then click "Drivers and Synchronization" from the left side of the screen.
Click "USB Drivers and PC Charging Drivers," then click the operating system bit version you have on the computer (32 bit or 64 bit). This downloads the driver to the computer.
Double-click the downloaded file to launch the driver installation wizard. Follow the prompts to completely install the driver onto the computer.
Plug the USB data cable into the power port on the side of the Motorola W377, then insert the opposite end of the cable into one of the USB ports on the computer system. Power on the cell phone (if it isn't already) and the computer states it has detected the cell phone.
Click "Start," "(My) Computer" and double-click the cell phone icon. Choose the "Ringtones" folder once the new window appears and a selection appears with all the ringtones currently installed on the Motorola W377. Click-and-drag the ringtones you have saved on the computer into the open window.
Close out the open window, then right-click the removable device icon and select "Eject" from the pull-down menu. When the cell phone icon disappears, disconnect the phone from the computer.
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