Motorola usb drivers v. 5.9.0

Motorola usb drivers v. 5.9.0 The Motorola Driver Installer was developed to easy the installation of the Device drivers on Microsoft Windows PCs.
Currently the INFs and drivers are installed by the Motorola tools independently and there are issues with tools requiring updates to include the new INFs and drivers.
This sometimes is not acceptable as an incorrect driver or INF version would be installed on the PC confusing the end user.
This installer is design to pre install the INFs and drivers on the target machine to easy the installation of devices connect over USB.
The installer is also design to clean the machine of all Motorola USB devices that were connected and installed on the system.
This is accomplished by searching the registry and removing the device instances as well as parsing through the INF directory looking for any INFs that have the Motorola MDB USB Vendor ID in the INFs.
If this is found in the directory the INF and the PNF file that was created is deleted.
Removed TI Locosto blank ROM PID from EU installation to better support ODM products.
Updated driver installer exe to rescan device tree after driver update to load new drivers for connected devices if any.
The logic to clean up the DriverStore has been improved after a few issues with some users.
Add a shortcut in the Driver Installer program group to disable serial number usage on all devices.
The former will resolve partial installation failures causing missing drivers at device installation time.
Added registry entries into the installation tool to track INF directories and installation state of the INFs and drivers.
These are evaluation drivers and will need to be removed once the license is expired.
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Storage and then look for Mount SD Card or Unmount SD Card depending on its current state.
To install one and have it active you may need to use the Mount option but it will normally mount automatically.
That will allow you to mount the card on the computer and copy files back and forth.
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That method requires booting into BP Tools mode from the boot menu and loading the Qualcomm diagnostic device interfaces.
This has been a stumbling block for many users and makes the NV editing unnecessarily difficult.
This method uses Factory boot mode and allows RadioComm to have full diagnostic mode access via the Motorola USB Networking driver that loads normally with the standard USB driver set.
It is the premier Motorola serviceware application and is designed by and intended for use by top level radio engineers and technicians.
It is an extremely powerful application that can access all models and chipsets of Motorola devices and perform a vast array of diagnostic testing and configuration operations and can be fully automated via multiple scripting languages.
Follow the instructions exactly as they are written and shown in the screenshots and you will find it very simple to use have no trouble doing the edit with either method.
This guide assumes you already have RadioComm and the drivers properly installed and have rebooted both PC and the phone afterward.
The first instructions and screenshots describe the initial setup and manual method using the FTM Common 1 tab and the NV Access window in RadioComm.
When you first open RadioComm you will get a popup stating that the version is more than 2 months old.
Make sure you have Connect as Media Device in USB settings and USB Debugging enabled in Developer Options.
Use the Vol Down key to scroll down in the menu to Factory and then Vol Up key to select and the phone will boot.
Connect the USB cable and RadioComm will enumerate the phone and the radio button in the top right will change colors.
Each successful read the GUI will flash green and the Command buffer will turn green and any selected button will be green.
In the first window you will enter the Decimal NV Item ID 8322 and in the second you will enter the byte length to be read 1 as shown in the fourth screenshot.
When you hit ok it will read the NV Item and flash green and display the data in the hex output buffer below and you will see 01 for the value as shown in the fifth screen shot.
Now highlight the 01 and change it to 00 and hit the write button and this time it will only popup once asking for the Decimal NV Item ID 8322 .
When you hit OK the item will be written and the GUI will again flash green for a successful write as shown in the sixth screenshot.
You are now finished and can either use the restart button at top right of RadioComm to reboot or manually restart the phone.
SEEM feature with a SEEM table file I have provided below to do all of the steps as a single operation.
SEEM and another window will open and the radio button will cycle again a couple time as it re enumerates the device again it will go green finally.
SEEM because its suspends the phone and it will be black screen and unresponsive and require holding Vol keys and Power for 10 secs to reset it otherwise.

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