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AT&T Pantech Matrix Usb Driver Download

Posted in: AT&T Cell phone SoftwareDecember 1, 2008
AT&T Pantech Matrix Usb Driver Download

AT&T Pantech Matrix Usb Driver Download

You may would like to transfer data between the AT&T Pantech matrix and my PC. (we know the Matrix accepts a USB cable),but you don’t have the usb driver.Then what you need  do is to download a usb driver for your pantech matrix phone.

However,there is no usb driver sepcial for pantech matrix now.So i share one master usb driver for you.Hope it is useful for you.—Download:

  master usb driver for cell phones (114.1 KiB, 7,164 hits)
You need to be a registered user to download this file.

Download Information :AT&T Cell phone Software

You need to un-zippe the software after download(PDF format, please use the open PDF). Part of the software is from the Internet, if you can not find this downloaded software to install, please contact us to leave your comments, we’ll help you to solve your problem on the first time. Plus,the usb driver is compatible with Win2003/WinXP/Win2000/WinN.

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  • If anyone know about the following referring to AT&t please respond; their “best practices”, the cost to put these in action, and the time it will take.
    respond at-

    Comment by patrick — December 1, 2008

  • download link is broken, IE returns “nothing found for download 8”

    Comment by Mark — December 28, 2008

  • I’m sorry,but it can be download now!

    Comment by AT&T Cell Phones — December 28, 2008

  • The link for the drivers for all phones doesn’t work, when I tried it it said it couldn’t find it.

    Comment by Gothgurl — December 29, 2008

  • It’s Here” master usb driver for cell phones “

    Comment by AT&T Cell Phones — December 30, 2008

  • I know that and when I click it a link pops up saying windows can’t find it. The window that pops up says this : Windows cannot find”” then it says Make sure you typed the name correctly and then try again. To search for a file, click start, and then Search. I don’t know why it says that b/c you don’t have to type in anything all you have to do is click a link. That’s what pops up when I try to download it.

    Comment by Gothgurl — December 30, 2008

  • Did anyone get this to work? I downloaded it and also a utility to extract the .rar file. I did the install but my computer still won’t recognize a driver for my Pantech Matrix.

    Comment by John_C — December 31, 2008

  • I have also downloaded the driver and installed it, but nothing is happening when I plug in my phone. I just bought a 4GB card and the cable, it’s killing me that I can’t use it since I can’t seem to find the correct driver.

    If anyone finds a solution PLEASE post!!!

    Comment by theBlaine — January 3, 2009

  • Same problem – downloaded, extracted, browsed to the folder, but nothing is recognized. Driving me nuts. No info on Pantech site (and no response to my email). Is this even possible? Why would they sell a data cable if there’s no way to connect?

    Comment by NickR — January 4, 2009

  • I called Pantech support and got an answer. If all you want to do is transfer data from your computer, you really need the driver to the SD memory card, which most likely already on your computer. When you connect the phone to the computer, you will briefly get a choice on the phone display of 1) Music Player or 2) mass storage device. Change it to “mass storage device”.

    That’s all I did and Windows Media Player was able to sync to the Pantech phone. It also showed up in Windows Explorer as a drive.

    Comment by John_C — January 5, 2009

  • ps. you do need a memory card for it to work.

    Comment by John_C — January 5, 2009

  • John C. you solved my problem. Thank you.

    I’m changing phones. Does anyone know how to back up phone so I won’t lose ringtones and pictures, etc. I am a novice at this stuff.

    Comment by Bobbi — January 24, 2009

  • I Too Just got a usb cablle from Ebay it wont work said I need to download the driver. where can I get it.. I went to the link on here and downloaded it but cant open it… can some one help I need the right Utility to extract it .. where can I get it ..

    Comment by Kat — March 5, 2009

  • Really?But I have checked that there is no problem of the usb driver on here ,I can open and install it.I think you had made a mistake.

    Comment by AT&T Cell Phones — March 5, 2009

  • Ok well, i got my USB cable today. It didnt come with any CD-ROM or anything. I got it from the dealership guy. He said just to plug it in, and the software will download itself… Well that didn’t happen. I dont have a SD micro.

    When i plug in the USB in the phone and the comp, on my phone it says:
    For Music Player and Mass storage, it is required to insert external memory card.

    Yeah… kinda dumb

    Comment by Saad — March 14, 2009

  • Okay, I just got my phone Tuesday and now i can’t connect it to the PC I am running Windows Vista Home Basic and i have downloaded that above and have tried to use Windows Mobile Device Center (doesn’t work) I can’t use Active Sync because of the whole Windows Vista thing, I have a 8GB SD Micro inserted into the phone. Nothing is happening and I don’t know but if so many people are having the same problem than shouldn’t someone look into it? All i want to do is add some music but the Phone doesn’t sync up and my computer just downloads a charging driver, or what is supposed to be a connecting driver. But may i suggest looking into this. I also have the SYNC cable if that wasn’t obvious.

    Comment by EU — May 16, 2009

  • OK, I figured out how you get music and pictures to your phone. Obviously you need the cable and the SD Micro card. From the main menu on the phone, you go into “9 Settings”. From there you into “6 Connectivity”. From there, “2 Select USB Mode”. And then you select “Mass Storage”, and click OK.

    Then when you plugin to your PC, it comes up fine and you can use things like Windows Media Player to Sync to it, and the music shows up in “1 ATT Music”, and under that “Music Player”.

    All the downloading Driver Detective from the ATT Website is, well.

    Comment by DAllen — May 23, 2009

  • That worked perfectly!

    Comment by TGlove — May 24, 2009

  • Followed all instructions and still can’t get it to work. I have the SD micro and appropriate cable. “Mobile Device” appears under the ‘My Computer’ screen but I can’t drag-n-drop, etc. Downloaded ActiveSync fine but it refuses to connect to my Pantech. Sync option under WMP still greyed out, presumably because the phone isn’t connecting. This is getting so friggin annoying. Help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee~

    Comment by MO — June 8, 2009

  • This is beyond irritating. I’ve been working on this all day. Has this been solved by anyone yet? I also already have the USB cable but can NOT find the software/driver to get it to work. I downloaded the .rar file mentioned above, downloaded the unzip file. This is not working for me.
    I also tried the trick to get the phone recognized as a ‘mass storage’ file but that does NOT work for me either. (I have no idea why.) My computer–running XP–will not even recognize the phone unless I check the ‘Ask on connection’ under the ‘Select USB Mode’ under ‘Connectivity’ on ‘Settings’. THEN it says that the phone is “Pantech Cellular Phone USB Modem”. I tried looking for Modem USB on ‘My Computer’ and found some.

    Does anyone know if using a Microsoft generic modem USB driver would work for this? Has anyone tried it? I am tempted but don’t want to fry the phone. I’d sooo appreciate any feedback if anyone else has tried such.

    Comment by Deb — June 13, 2009

  • I am so annoyed with this phone. I called Pantech and they blamed it on the microSD card. So I went out and got another one. What this phone does is DESTROYS the microSD cards. Once you put it in this phone, a computer will no longer read the card. I’ve used several adapters and card readers, and in all cases, the PC will no longer read the card! I’ve tried all the downloads, tried active sync, tried changing the configuration on the phone, tried plugging it in with and without the microSD card inside, tried using the modem driver, tried the PDANet. Plain and simple, if the phone is set to “ask upon connection”, the PC thinks it’s a modem. If the phone is set to “mass storage” or “music player”, the PC does absolutely nothing. Taking the microSD out and putting it in the PC does nothing. The phone destroys the microSD so no computer can ever read it again, and a computer can’t reformat something it can’t even read. I honestly cannot think of anything else to try. I hope someone can figure this out. What use is a phone that can take pictures, if you can’t do anything with the friggin pictures!?!?!?!?

    Comment by Tahrah — June 18, 2009

  • I have downloaded this driver. Now I have no freaking idea about how it works…AND it looks as though it’s only good for 40 days, then you have to pay for it. Why doesn’t Pantech simply provide a disc with their phone? I like this phone but am seriously considering changing, which is going to be a real pain.

    Any assistance in how to use this driver I have downloaded would be greatly appreciated.

    Comment by Gina — June 21, 2009

  • i have been reading this site for 1 month now- had my phone since feb..
    figured i would get a driver with my data cable( which i ordered off of ebay)
    it came today- no Fin driver cd…
    so i am back on here downloading drivers which cant be opened- or i can open them but they will not work-
    and then i find a pantech driver -which downloads this driver detective thing – finds my phone, but i have to pay to upgrade the driver detective to get to the device…
    oh and if you want to get your pictures to your computer- go to the picture, hit options go to send- and send it to yourself(your email addy)..
    this is what i have been doing for months now- its time consuming, but it works..
    can anybody talk me through this if they have actually gotten the driver to work?

    Comment by dr2202 — June 22, 2009

  • Finally got my matrix to play music!

    I bought a 2gb sandisk sd card (not an HC one!) for $10 with a reader, put the reader into my computer, and downloaded songs straight to it. (My computer still won’t sync with my phone.) Then I put the micro sd card in my phone. My phone wouldn’t recognize any songs, but when i put the reader back in my computer it now had an “audio” folder so I transferred all the songs to that folder, and now my phone plays music!

    I think the key was that I was using an HC card before, which I guess won’t work with the matrix. (That’s what a pantech rep told me, anyway.) Hope this helps!

    Comment by Stacey — June 24, 2009

  • Thanks DAllen! Your process worked for me. I just got my phnoe to play the music I want it to play (I’m rather new at this stuff). I’m going to try photos next. Now if you have any ideas about how to synch my contacts and calendar, I would be in ecstatic.

    Stacey, I just bought an 8gb SDHC card, and it seems to work with the process DAllen described above. I was able to synch the playlist I created for my phone, and all is accessible in the Music Player.

    Comment by Charm — July 10, 2009

  • The Matrix is NOT a PDA and does not have a windows based operating sytem It was not designed to snchronize data with your PC and back up ringtones etc. You can transfer pictures from a memory card to your PC.. You can transfer music files from your PC to a memeory card in the Pantech. FYI you can do this without a data cable by placing a memory card in an SD adapter that fits into a PC card reader writer. If yoiu want to use an active sync type application The older Pantech duo or a windows mobile based phone is what you need.

    Comment by Dave — August 4, 2009

  • Okay, surfing and found an answer that might help. It helped me. On your phone go to Start, then Settings, then Connections, then Modem Link, make INACTIVE- TA DA- if it is plugged in to your computer it will immediately “see” it. If you are wanting to use as a modem you will need a program such as pdanet but they say you should still leave the modem as inactive. You may also need to uncheck the enable box on usb to pc right above the connections on the menu. Good luck.

    Comment by Surfer — August 15, 2009

  • Surfer, change your name to NEO because you are the One! How the #@!! does AT&T and Microsoft leave that tidbit out of all of their literature, let alone the manufacturer???? It’s 3am and I’ve been working on this 5 hours, I feel terrible for all the other folks who spent months…. also I think it’s true about frying the HC version of SC micro, I should have paid heed when I saw the warning on PNY’s box when I bought it, but it’s only 10 bucks lost.

    Comment by Cooper_MIA — August 19, 2009

  • Corrections to my last post… the advice to set the modem link to inactive is on page 164 of the user guide; and my SD HC card still works in my phone, just not via the adapter in my PC (maybe because the PC is 3 years old)

    But still have a problem… everything except contacts are able to sync via activesync (music, msword files, email from my pc’s outlook inbox and other folders, etc.) – which is frustrating because that one feature was most important to me :(

    Comment by Cooper_MIA — August 20, 2009

  • If anyone’s still reading this thread, Surfer is the MAN. His advice also works perfectly with Pantech Matrix Pro as well.

    Comment by Raider Duck — September 8, 2009

  • Regarding the syncML /Autosync option to sync with computer, Pantech matrix is not capable of doing that stuff. I asked the support person
    “In advertisement I saw it can hold 1000 contacts”
    “What are the way to enter 1000 contacts?”
    “Manually enter it”
    “What? This 1000 contacts will be of any use without syncing? I had it in my Nokia candy bar phone some 3 years ago.People who thought about 1000 contacts dint think of it?”
    “unfortunately this phone doesnt have it”
    “3G phone without syncing!!! I will never buy Pantech again”

    Comment by Ragu — September 11, 2009

  • Surfer’s solution worked like a charm for me to setup with Pantech Matrix Pro. Kudos and thanks a ton!!

    Comment by Card Player — September 20, 2009

  • i have windows vista

    Comment by deejay — September 22, 2009

  • IF if worked for anyone its because they have the pantech matrix pro. The pantech matrix cant connect with windows media player beause it does not have that software in it and so the media player wont sync up with it no matter what. I also have the pantech matrix and this pissed me off when i found out. If you want to check it out for urself u can check the website and compare whats in the pantech matrix pro and the pantech matrix.

    Comment by Matt — September 26, 2009

  • inserten el disco que viene con el celular en la computadora e instalen el windows mobil device center desde el cd a la compu y luego conecten el celular a la compu y va a trabajar

    Comment by xavier — October 27, 2009

  • this link still wont work! i used internet explorer and it shows me an error page!

    Comment by jenny — November 8, 2009

  • ok i did the mass storage thing and now when i plug in my phone into my computer (windows vista) simply nothing happens. my phone says that its charging and the only thing that comes up on the computer is a button to disconnect it. i only want to put music on my phone.

    Comment by connor — November 10, 2009

  • Guys to do this
    1.) you need a micro sd card
    2.) data cable(of course)
    3.) You plug it in and to put data on it you go to (settings-9, connectivity-6, select usb mode-2,And then hit what you want it to do)
    4.)When you bring it up it should be under “removable disk __) __= whatever removable disk it is in ( mine is in “removable disk G”

    Hope this helps :)

    Comment by Logan — November 23, 2009

  • All I want to know is how to move the text messages I have not deleted on my Pantech Matrix to my computer. I have a USB cable. Is there no one else with this problem? I truly hate this phone and wish I had picked another one.

    Comment by Gina — December 5, 2009

  • I am trying to download a usb driver for the pantech matrix but it says I need to be a registered user. I cannot find anywhere to register.

    Comment by Sfierro53 — December 9, 2009

  • How do I register at this site?

    Comment by Eric — December 21, 2009

  • I also truly HATE this phone. Infact I hate it so much I had to upgrade to a new phone, the LG Xenon. I love the Xenon. It is WAY no BY FAR no BY A LANDSLIDE better than the Pantech Matrix.

    Comment by Karlie — December 22, 2009

  • I am trying to download a usb driver for the pantech matrix but it says I need to be a registered user. I cannot find anywhere to register.

    Comment by gary — January 21, 2010

  • Hi! I just bought an usb cable for the pantech matrix cell phone but apparently I need drivers for it. I’m trying to download the usb driver for pantech cell phone in this page but I dont know where I have to register. Please help !!!! Thanks!!

    Comment by jeanette — January 23, 2010

  • I struggled like everyone trying to find software to sync my son’s Pantech Matrix to Windows Media Player (or just get it recognized by my PC for that matter) and like all of you……nothing out here in Internet land. I did have an idea and tried it tonight…..loaded the memory card out of the phone (need an adapter for the mini SD) directly with Windows Explorer drag-n-drop for the songs I wanted. Got a few albums on it, used the Music Player feature (had to put the card in twice to get the phone to make contact and recognize it, but once done A-OK) and played the WMA files no problem. Still can’t sync with the USB cable I bought, but my kid has music! If this is all you need it should work for you. Not sure if you can do the same with other info/files though. Happy searching and if ANYONE finds a software that lets us sync, please post it.

    Comment by Face — February 2, 2010

  • how dfo you download the driver?

    Comment by emilio — February 27, 2010

  • i’ve been using bluetooth to send all media files to and from my phone. i have a bluetooth USB adaptor. 4 gb sdhc card on my matrix. so excited to have easier way to transfer media, apparently false hopes. it says i cant download the file unless i’m a registered member.

    Comment by tylerlime — March 6, 2010

  • Thanks.

    Comment by Brett — March 12, 2010

  • This Better Work

    Comment by CJ — June 26, 2010

  • Test

    Comment by test — August 1, 2010

  • help me to find USB driver mor mobile Pantech PN8200 “generic RNDIS (pantech usb driver)”!!!
    Give me link on this driver :(

    Comment by Eugene — October 12, 2010

  • this is not a real att website

    Comment by pfarcus — October 30, 2010

  • please:
    I need driver pantech cellular phone usb modem windows xp

    Comment by David — December 16, 2010

  • how to download songs to the pantech at&t cellphone from the computer without a memory card pls reply as fast as possible

    Comment by silvia — January 25, 2011

  • went to settings,connections- usb to pc-uncheck the box. it worked for me><

    Comment by amy — January 31, 2011

  • pls…why I can not find the download page~~~~(>_<)~~~~

    Comment by sophie — October 14, 2011

  • all i want to do is conect my laser to my computer….it xp keeps asking for the driver i install the smart suite and it shows my phone not connected…where is the usb driver so i can connect

    Comment by orion — November 11, 2011

  • Good work

    Comment by malam — January 21, 2013

  • I need to download pictures from my AT&T pantech phone?

    Comment by Sally — August 27, 2014

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