Its the inf file so you need to right-click on the file and click install. Normally it does not matter what the OS is when you are dealing with inf files. The inf file shows that this is the driver for the “Motorola USB Modem Driver”. Right Click the file and select the Run As Administrator option to install.
This was originally designed for a Windows XP system. ** Still don’t understand how to run in Windows 7 and Windows 8 compatibility mode?
I love tinkering with stuff but I just got a RAZR V3 on new AT&T contract for my wife and they sent me one thats branded for Cingular(new phone but old stock) I know functionally it doesn't matter but how can I get everything to reflect AT&T.
Once you have all the required drivers installed, Lenovo Moto Smart Assistant will connect with your phone and help you update ROM, rescue your phone from any troubles or simply offer helpful tips from its database.Be sure that you get one that is compatiable with your bootloader.Also backup your original firmware and S/W Then use RSD Lite 3.5 or later to flash your flex.You can use another browser like Opera but I find that it's too slow.There is a way to enable the Media Net browser but it is way more involved than just editing the Web Sessions.This was the last driver for this hardware as it is very old and was never updated again. What you could try is running the driver in compatibility mode. Windows Support Smart Assistant has full Windows PC support.You can install the app on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.If you load the stock Motorola Monster Pack you do not get the Cingular Media Net. I've been searching for some time now for an at&t branded MP for the V3. What I ended up doing was loaded Aprestel's Monster Pack with Cingular Media Net.If you load the stock Motorola Monster Pack you do not get the Cingular Media Net. If you flash to the unbranded monster pack you can still have media net.