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Kyocera Wireless USB Driver Installation for Windows

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3.) The next window will indicate that the USB driver has not passed Windows Logo testing. Click on
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Kyocera Wireless USB Driver Installation for MAC OS 10.1.x and 10.2.x
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  1. 1. Kyocera Wireless USB Driver Installation for Windows The instructions below are for the following cable model numbers only: TXDTA0C01, TXDTA10014, TXDTA10036. Note: Make sure that the Kyocera Wireless USB cable is unplugged from your computers USB port. Winzip or an Extraction wizard is required to extract the USB drivers. The instructions below may vary depending on your operating system and version number. Downloading and Extracting the USB drivers 1.) Download the USB driver that corresponds with the cable you are using and the operating system running on your computer. 2.) When the download completes you will see a file on your Windows desktop named “Kyocera_K_Windows.” Double-click on this file. 3.) After double-clicking on “Kyocera_K_Windows” Winzip or an Extraction Wizard will display the USB driver files. Click on “Extract” or “Extract all files.” 4.) After clicking on Extract or Extract all files, a window will appear and you will choose the location of where you want to extract the drivers. We recommend saving the USB driver’s to your Windows desktop. 5.) Once the files are extracted, you will see two new folders and three files placed on your Windows desktop. 6.) Close Winzip or any other application that is currently open. 7.) Double-click on the folder “nsinstaller” located on your Windows desktop. (Nsinstaller will be located in the location where you extracted the files on step 4.) 8.) When the nsinstaller folder opens, double-click on “NSInstaller” to install the USB drivers. 9.) The next window will be the License Agreement. Read the License Agreement and click on “Yes” if you agree with the terms and conditions. If you are running Windows XP you might see a message that states the software being installed has not passed Windows Logo testing, click “Continue Anyway.” 10.) A message will appear indicating that the USB drivers were installed successfully. Click “OK.” Installing the USB drivers on Windows 98 SE 1.) Connect the Kyocera Wireless USB cable to your computer's USB port. 2.) “Found New Hardware Wizard” will appear and the wizard will begin the USB cable Installation. 3.) When the installation completes the “New Hardware Wizard” will disappear and you will return to the Windows desktop. Installing the USB drivers on Windows ME 1.) Connect the Kyocera Wireless USB cable to your computer's USB port. 2.) The “Found New Hardware Wizard” will appear and the wizard will begin the USB cable Installation. 3.) When the installation completes, the “New Hardware Wizard” will disappear and you will return to the Windows desktop. Installing the USB drivers on Windows 2000 1.) Connect the Kyocera Wireless USB cable to your computer's USB port. 2.) The “Found New Hardware Wizard” will appear and the wizard will begin the USB cable Installation. 3.) When the installation completes the “New Hardware Wizard” will disappear and you will return to the Windows desktop. Installing the USB drivers on Windows XP 1.) Connect the Kyocera Wireless USB cable to your computer's USB port. 2.) The “Found New Hardware Wizard” should appear. Make sure “Install the software automatically” is selected and click “Next.”
  2. 2. 3.) The next window will indicate that the USB driver has not passed Windows Logo testing. Click on “Continue Anyway.” 4.) When the installation completes, click on “Finish.” 5.) If “Found New Hardware Wizard” appears again walk through the process one more time. Configuring and Troubleshooting your Windows computer to use the Kyocera phone as a wireless modem Please reference the “Modem Set-Up for PC” user guide found at www.kyocera-wireless.com within the “Software and Ringer downloads” section. Kyocera Wireless USB Driver Installation for MAC OS 9.x Note: Make sure that the Kyocera Wireless USB cable is unplugged from your MAC's USB port. 1.) Download the USB driver that corresponds with the cable you are using and the operating system running on your computer. 2.) Locate and Double-click on “Kyocera_K_OS9x.sit.” After you click on “Kyocera_K_OS9x.sit.” a file named “Install USB Drivers” will be unstuffed. 3.) Locate and Double-click on “Install USB Drivers” 4.) The next window will be the License Agreement. Read the License Agreement and click on “Accept” if you agree with the terms and conditions. 5.) After clicking on "Accept" a window will appear asking for the Installation location. Click "Install" to begin the installation. 6.) When the installation completes, a window will appear indicating that you must restart the computer to complete the installation. Click on “Restart.” Configuring your MAC OS 9.x to use the Kyocera phone as a wireless modem 1.) Connect the Kyocera Wireless USB data cable to your MAC's USB port. 2.) Click on the Color Apple in the upper left-hand corner and scroll down to “Control Panels.” 3.) Within the “Control Panels” single click on “Modem.” 4.) Inside the “Modem” settings make sure that “Connect via” is set to “Kyocera USB-Phone.” In this same “Modem” box you will also have a Set-Up section. Within this section make sure that “Modem” is set to “Kyocera Wireless Modem 1.2.” 5.) Close the Modem configuration box. When you close the Modem setting box, a message will appear asking you if you want to save your settings. Click on “Save.” 6.) The next step is to try using the phone as a wireless modem. Click on the Color Apple in the upper left-hand corner. Scroll down to “Control Panels” and click on “Remote Access” from the list of options. 7.) If you already have an Internet connection to your Internet Service Provider try to connect. If you need to create a new connection please consult with your Internet Service Provider for those settings. If you will be using a Quick Net Connect (QNC) connection go to step # 8. 8.) Once “Remote Access” is open, click on “File” in the application menu and single click on “Configurations” from the drop down menu. 9.) Highlight one of the current configurations and single click on “Duplicate.” 10.) The next screen will prompt you to type a name for the connection. Name the connection and click on “OK.” 11.) After you click on “OK” the “Configurations” box will be displayed again. Highlight the new connection and single click on “Make Active.” 12.) Once you have clicked on “Make Active” the “Remote Access” screen will be displayed. You will have an area to type in the User Name, Password, and Phone Number for the connection. Fill in these areas with the correct QNC information. 13.) Attempt to connect by single clicking on “Connect” at the bottom of the “Remote Access” screen.
  3. 3. Kyocera Wireless USB Driver Installation for MAC OS 10.1.x and 10.2.x Note: Make sure that the Kyocera Wireless USB cable is unplugged from your MAC's USB port. 1.) Download the USB driver that corresponds with the cable you are using and the operating system running on your computer. 2.) Locate and Double-click on “Kyocera_K_OSx.sit.” After you click on “Kyocera_K_OSx.sit.” a file named “Kyocera Installer.pkg” will be unstuffed. 3.) Locate and Double-click on “Kyocera Installer.pkg” 4.) After you double-click on “Kyocera Installer.pkg” an Authorization box will appear. Type in your user name and password. Click “OK” to continue. 5.) After you click “OK” an Installer Introduction screen will appear. Click on “Continue.” 6.) The next window will ask you to select the destination of where you want to install the USB drivers. Click on the Hard Drive icon and hit “Continue.” 7.) The next window will ask you to select the Installation type. Click on “Install” or “Upgrade” at the bottom of the window. 8.) The following window will display a message letting you know that you must restart your MAC after the install. Click “Continue Installation” to move forward with the install. 9.) Once the Install completes a final Installation window will appear. Click on “Restart” on the bottom of this window. The MAC will restart at this point. Configuring your MAC OS 10.1.x or 10.2.x to use the Kyocera phone as a wireless modem Note: Once the MAC restarts you will have to place the Modem files (CCL) into the modem scripts folder. Locate the Kyocera Modem files and place them into the Modem Scripts folder. The file names are Kyocera HiSpeed Modem 1.0 and Kyocera Wireless Modem 1.2. 1.) To open the Modem Scripts folder do the following: a. Double-click on the Hard Drive icon. b. Double-click on the “Library” folder. c. Double-click on the “Modem Scripts” folder. d. Drag and drop the Kyocera HiSpeed Modem 1.0 and Kyocera Wireless Modem 1.2 files into this modem scripts folder. 1.) Connect the Kyocera Wireless USB data cable to your MAC's USB port. 2.) Click on the Apple in the upper left-hand corner. 3.) Highlight and single click on “System Preferences.” 4.) Within the “Internet & Network” settings click on “Network.” 5.) Click on the down arrow next to “Location” and select “New Location.” 6.) Give the Location a name and click “OK.” 7.) Click on the drop down arrow next to “Show” and select “Kyocera Serial Port.” If Kyocera is not listed please make sure that the USB cable is plugged into the MAC's USB port. 8.) For "TCP/IP" and "Proxies" please consult with your Internet service provider to see if you need to modify these settings. 9.) Click on the "Modem" tab. 10.) Within the "Modem" tab there will be a section for "Modem." Click the drop down arrow next to "Modem" and select the "Kyocera Wireless Modem 1.2." 11.) Make sure there is a check-mark by "Enable Error Correction" 12.) Choose "Tone Dialing" 13.) Disable (un-check) “Wait for dial tone before dialing.” 14.) Click on the "PPP" tab. This is where you will set up your user account information for your Internet Service provider connection. 15.) After you have filled in the required information within the "PPP" tab, click on "Apply now." Close the System Preferences windows. 16.) To connect to the Internet: double-click on your Hard Drive icon on the desktop. 17.) Double-click on the "Applications" folder. 18.) Double-click on "Internet Connect." 19.) Click on the drop down arrow next to "Configuration" and select “Kyocera Serial Port.” 20.) Once you select the correct configuration your user account Internet settings should appear on the display. Click on "Connect" at the bottom of the window. The phone should light up and indicate that you are on a data call.
  4. 4. 21.) Open your Internet browser and visit the Internet locations of your choice. Kyocera Wireless USB Driver Installation for MAC OS 10.3.x Note: Make sure that the Kyocera Wireless USB cable is unplugged from your MAC's USB port. 1.) Download the USB driver that corresponds with the cable you are using and the operating system running on your computer. 2.) Locate and Double-click on “Kyocera_K_OSx.sit.” After you click on “Kyocera_K_OSx.sit.” a file named “Kyocera Installer.pkg” will be unstuffed. 3.) Locate and Double-click on “Kyocera Installer.pkg” 4.) After you double-click on “Kyocera Installer.pkg” an Authorization box will appear. Type in your user name and password. Click “OK” to continue. 5.) After you click “OK” an Installer Introduction screen will appear. Click on “Continue.” 6.) The next window will ask you to select the destination of where you want to install the USB drivers. Click on the Hard Drive icon and hit “Continue.” 7.) The next window will ask you to select the Installation type. Click on “Install” or “Upgrade” at the bottom of the window. 8.) The following window will display a message letting you know that you must restart your MAC after the install. Click “Continue Installation” to move forward with the install. 9.) Once the Install completes a final Installation window will appear. Click on “Restart” on the bottom of this window. The MAC will restart at this point. Do not connect the USB cable into your computer. 10.) When your computer restarts follow the instructions under “USB File configuration instructions for MAC OS 10.3.x.” USB File configuration instructions for MAC OS 10.3.x Note: Make sure that the Kyocera Wireless USB cable is unplugged from your MAC's USB port. The instructions below will enable you to use the Kyocera USB cable TXDTA0C01, TXDTA10014, or TXDTA10036 with Macintosh computers running 10.3.x. If you do not perform the instructions below an error message will appear when you connect the Kyocera USB cable into your MAC’s USB port. 1.) Make sure that the Kyocera USB data cable is not connected to your MAC’s USB port. Connecting the Kyocera USB cable into your MAC’s USB port before instructed to do so may cause an error message to appear. 2.) Download and install the USB drivers for cable model number TXDTA0C01 located at http://www.kyocera-wireless.com/downloads/downloads.htm. 3.) After installing the USB drivers you will be prompted to restart your computer. Restart your computer. 4.) Once the MAC restarts navigate to the following directory: Hard Drive -> System -> Library -> Extensions. 5.) Look through the Extensions folder and locate the file named “Kyocera.kext.” Hold down the “Control” or “Ctrl” key on your MAC’s keyboard and single click on “Kyocera.kext.” After clicking on “Kyocera.kext” a list of options will appear. Release the “Control” or “Ctrl” key and single click on “Show Package Contents” from the list of options that appeared. 6.) Double-click on the “Contents” folder. 7.) Single-click on “Info.plist.” After the file is highlighted click on “File” located on the top menu bar. Click on “Get Info” located within the File menu options. 8.) After clicking on Get Info a box with the file properties will appear, click on the arrow next to Details. 9.) Once the arrow next to Details is clicked more options will appear. In order to make additional changes you must click on the lock to the right of “owner.” Once the lock is in the open position change the Group setting to "wheel" instead of "staff.” Type in your MAC’s system password if prompted to do so. 10.) Click on the lock to set it back to the closed position and close the “Info.plist Info” window. 11.) Double-click on the “MacOS” folder. 12.) Single-click on the file named “Kyocera.” After the file is highlighted click on “File” located on the top menu bar. Click on “Get Info” located within the File menu options.
  5. 5. 13.) After clicking on Get Info a box with the file properties will appear, click on the arrow next to Details. 14.) Once the arrow next to Details is clicked more options will appear. Click on the lock to the right of “owner.” Once the lock is in the open position change the Group setting to "wheel" instead of "staff.” Type in your MAC’s system password if prompted to do so. 15.) Click on the lock to set it back to the closed position and close the “Kyocera Info” window. 16.) Close all other open windows and restart your MAC. 17.) Once the MAC restarts you can connect the Kyocera USB data cable into your MAC’s USB port. The USB cable is now ready for use. Follow the instructions above under “Configuring your MAC OS 10.1.x or 10.2.x to use the Kyocera phone as a wireless modem.”

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