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Old May 29th, 2011, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Commando drivers anyone?

Does anyone know how/where to get the drivers for this phone? Verizones mediia manager was no help. Im trying to connect it to my laptp via bluetooth but it cannot find the drivers.

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Old May 30th, 2011, 07:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:52 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I have not, but I am on my way. Thank you!
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Ok I went, done that, but still no luck
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C771 Drivers

this worked wonders
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Default Driver loads automatically when USB is configured.

When I first got my Casio Commando, I had problems trying to install the driver. The Windows New Hardward Wizard could not locate a driver on the internet, and the wizard would get stuck in a loop whenever I connected my phone to the USB port on the PC.

After downloading the C771 PDF manual, I discovered that I needed to change the "USB connection" setting on my phone which was factory preset to "Charge Only". Once I changed the USB Connection setting to "Mass Storage", Windows automatically installed the driver.
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Something weird and strange, and i would like to know how to re-access the "special" drive storage area in the Commando.
I found where the drivers were stored, got them copied then WHAM, verizon said Oh no you Don't and the phone auto kicked the drive out..there is also something about a "Boot Strap" in the special storage area.
The drivers I found were:
C771 USB Driver V1.0.11.0
For the life of me I can not re-access the small read only Drive.
the Phone has not been rooted as of yet. But I did reset it had to many apps .. and the fastest way to be rid of them, was a total reset..oh and it also did something really funky with the Market. I have a really weird view with the apps of to the left and the the install and information data to the Right?
I sure like that Better then what was on it before.

Oh the drive thing came up right after re-formatting the cell phone.it stayed up for 10 seconds and proofed.
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Old February 15th, 2012, 11:42 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I saved all the files that are in the small verizon folder when you first connect the casio in a .zip

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Default Casio Commando drivers question

I have read the post's from the other people.. My issue is when I plug the phone in to the laptop, an attempt to install the driver is made. I always says failed. I went to the setting tab in main menu, clicked applications and then development as instructed by a "Verizon" employee. In the development tab i selected the USB Debugging (debug mode when USB is connected) and also the USB connection is set to mass storage as instructed by the same Verizon guy.
To sum it up, none of these actions have allowed the computer and the phone to communicate. Anybody have a suggestion?
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I have read the post's from the other people.. My issue is when I plug the phone in to the laptop, an attempt to install the driver is made. I always says failed. I went to the setting tab in main menu, clicked applications and then development as instructed by a "Verizon" employee. In the development tab i selected the USB Debugging (debug mode when USB is connected) and also the USB connection is set to mass storage as instructed by the same Verizon guy.
To sum it up, none of these actions have allowed the computer and the phone to communicate. Anybody have a suggestion?
... have you tried this thread? C771 Drivers
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I have read the post's from the other people.. My issue is when I plug the phone in to the laptop, an attempt to install the driver is made. I always says failed. I went to the setting tab in main menu, clicked applications and then development as instructed by a "Verizon" employee. In the development tab i selected the USB Debugging (debug mode when USB is connected) and also the USB connection is set to mass storage as instructed by the same Verizon guy.
To sum it up, none of these actions have allowed the computer and the phone to communicate. Anybody have a suggestion?
Was wondering if you had any luck figuring out the problem connecting. I have the same problem ; yes even if I change it from charge to mass storage. Called verizon and they sent me another phone and the new one does the same this only worse, it wont let me even charge it from my pc. I am done with this phone.
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I had the same problem connecting the Phone through USB. The Driver thread worked well and I haven't had a problem since. I love this page!
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Was wondering if you had any luck figuring out the problem connecting. I have the same problem ; yes even if I change it from charge to mass storage. Called verizon and they sent me another phone and the new one does the same this only worse, it wont let me even charge it from my pc. I am done with this phone.
I typically have the same problem. I believe it might be a problem on Windows XP. I have the driver install and uninstalled and reinstalled tons of times. I have to leave it connected for 15mins or so and sometimes I can get it connected.
Yes even in mass storage and usb debugging on and off.
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