Download the Sony Ericsson k750i driver here. This is the Sony Ericsson D750i/K750i USB Driver version 22.214.171.12403 which was released in 2006. If you need an updated driver then check the website of Sony Ericsson for more details. Also note the operating system for this driver. If you cannot run it then run the file in compatibility mode.
Sony Ericsson D750i/K750i USB Driver
The the installation is standard with all mobile phones. See the listing here for the instructions. You will note that the hardware for this driver states that it is a Sony Ericsson 750 USB WMC Device Management (WDM) as well as the Sony Ericsson 750 USB WMC Device Management Drivers. This is from the driver file for the Sony Ericsson.
Download the zip file and extract the content. There are a number of files in this zip file. You mus look for the k750bus.inf file which is the “Install the Sony Ericsson 750 drivers”. You will need to right-click on this file and then on the new menu close to the top. Click on ‘install’ on the menu and the driver will then be installed. Windows will then show that it has found new hardware and proceed to install the drivers for your device. The INF install is very similar to the Sony Xperia X drivers as well as the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua driver as well.
There are a number of devices which use this driver.
- Shape of Keys: The keys have a slight difference in shape.
- Lens Cover: The lens cover is manually moved on the K750i, while it’s moved by a flick-switch on the D750i.
- User Interface and Body Color: The D750i has T-Mobile’s interface, with a sunny blue body and white background. In contrast, the K750i has a darker look with black and silver stripes.
Despite these variances, both phones share similar hardware and features.
Sony Ericsson K750
The Sony Ericsson K750, released in June 2005, was a top-notch mobile phone and the successor to the discontinued K700. It weighed 99 grams and featured a candybar style design. Equipped with a 2-megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, the phone boasted a Memory Stick PRO Duo slot for extra storage. It supported GSM 900/1800/1900 networks and had a Li-Po 900mAh battery.
In terms of display, the phone featured a 176×220 pixel resolution with 262,144 colors. It offered various connectivity options including GPRS, Bluetooth, IrDA, and USB. Interestingly, before its official release, the K750 was known by its codename ‘Clara.’ Additionally, there was an exclusive version for T-Mobile called D750i. This model marked a significant advancement in mobile technology during its time.
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