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DOWNLOAD DOPOD C720W (HTC Excalibur 100) USB DRIVER ACTIVE SYNC PC SUITE CONNECT TO PC WINDOWS

DOPOD C720W (HTC Excalibur 100) USB DRIVER ACTIVE SYNC PC SUITE-Here is download link DOPOD C720W (HTC Excalibur 100) active Sync® PC suite USB driver version 4.5 to connect with PC Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP , Win 2000.This phone dekstop manager software can use syncronize with pc to your smarphone windows. The software activeSync® Kies PC Suite are ready to download.

Please follow the instruction bellow :

  1. Please click Download below to download an save  to your PC.
  2. Run file setup to install it to your PC.
  3. Follow the Install Shield Wizard to finish the installation.
  4. After you saw the Install Shield Wizard Completed, please press “Finish” to exit the Wizard.
  5. Plug the USB cable into the DOPOD C720W (HTC Excalibur 100).
  6. From the Microsoft ActiveSync window, click the Sync icon on the device to initiate an ActiveSync session.
  7. After ActiveSync has completed, scroll to and select Tools.
  8. In the Tools menu, scroll to and select Explore Device.
  9. Select the desired content that you would like to store on the computer, and then transfer the content from each of the folders.
  10. Once all the content has been transferred, you can unplug the device.
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Download link DOPOD C720W (HTC Excalibur 100) active Sync® PC suite USB driver connect to PC Windows

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