Samsung S3310 USB Driver for Windows



Samsung S3310 USB Driver for Windows Free Download

Samsung S3310 USB Driver for Windows, S3310 USB Driver Version 1.5.45.00 for ENGLISH Language and Latest Added: FEB 18,2016, comes from the official website ( samsung support ) We provide a selection of the latest versions of the files for Samsung S3310 USB Driver with the Exe File Format. You need to look down to install and download Samsung S3310 USB Driver on Windows System.

How to Download and Install Samsung S3310 USB Driver for PC

  1. Download Samsung S3310 USB driver for Windows
    Samsung S3310 USB driver ver. 1.5.45.00
    OS: WinXP / Vista / 7/8 / 8.1 / 10 (32bit, 64bit) DOWNLOAD EXE
  2. Save on Your system (Windows PC, Computer, Laptop or Notebook - wait for it to download the Samsung S3310 Android USB Driver is complete, then found the Samsung Android USB Drivers S3310 in the form of Exe file and choose to install it.
  3. Choose "Run" and follow the instructions provided
  4. The Samsung S3310 Mobile Phone USB Driver installed successfully.
Your Windows system will notify you when it has installed the Samsung S3310 USB Driver Software. After installing Samsung S3310 USB Driver is complete, check the information provided if you need to install the Samsung S3310 additional software support.

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Samsung S3310 Review
I purchased a Samsung S3310 phone recently (26 July 2009). First-feel: It is a sleek, all-round smart looking candybar phone with a nice-to use keypad and bright large hi-res display.

First things first: I was looking for a simple, inexpensive phone which could serve the purpose of a handheld email (gmail) device, have a good camera (I had 2MP in my mind) with video recording, support at least 1000 phonebook entries and the battery should run for at least 1 full day of heavy-duty usage (approx 4-5 hrs of call + GPRS + camera) per charge.

It might be relevant to mention here that I have used mostly Nokia phones throughout my life (hence excellent usability is a basic expectation from any phone I consider buying) and have been using two Sony Ericcson W700i handsets for the last 2 years.

I did a reasonable amount of homework/research before making the purchase decision for the S3310, and was finally influenced by a close colleague who was using this phone for a while.

After purchasing, my first-cut review is as follows:

*Pros:

*1. Sleek executive looks - slim, grey silver-black combination with leather-feel back.



  1. Good battery life (I am needing to put it on overnight charge every alternate night)


  2. Good in-built phone memory - also supports 1000 phonebook entries with upto 19 fields (!!) per entry.


  3. Reasonably Fast OS (keypad response is a tad slower than my earlier Sony Ericsson w700i, though)


  4. Email - supports the Gmail app for Mobile. The inbuilt browser is neither impressive nor fast. But that's okay for me & I am happy. I dont really need to browse the internet thru this phone, I have pretty good & fast internet access through laptop+wireless data card.


  5. Excellent FM Radio and media player, but the in-ear-phones are not comfortable for wearing for more than an hour. I miss my Sony Ericsson HPM70 that came with my W700i. Good news is - I can use my old HPM 70 earbuds with this handsfree (3.5mm standard jack).



*Cons:

*1. The package does not contain any CD; Software like PC-Suite, USB driver is absolutely necessary for a phone, but for some strange reason the software is not supplied with this phone in the box. Moreover - the PC Suite that is compatible with this phone is not easily available for download anywhere - should be ideally available from Samsung India website ... Samsung - are you listening? (FYI - I purchased from "The Mobile Store", Dunlop Market, Kolkata with bill & warranty).



  1. User Manual enclosed with the phone is quite inadequate and not informative enough.


  2. Cannot work my way back to main menu while I am in a call. I am used to doing such multitasking while I am on a call on handsfree. Here I find it a challenge (Usability Issue).


  3. Sending a phonebook contact to somebody else: If you go to phonebook >> Send Namecard via >> Message/Email/Bluetooth: choose "Message", and LO! it ends up sending an MMS !!! If you wanna send a phonebook item as a text SMS, you have to go to Compose text SMS >> Options >> Insert >> Namecard and choose the namecard you want to enter! This is lot many clicks/steps more, and cumbersome. (Usability Issue, again).


  4. Configurable Short-Cuts soft key: This is something I am missing VERY badly. In all my phones in recent past (4-5 years), I could setup a "Go To" key with a list of shortcuts of my choice (usually they were like Inbox, Missed Calls, Received calls, Calculator, Alarm, Reminders, Tasks, Stopwatch, Profile A, Profile B, Profile C). I was pretty used to this kind of a "custom personalised menu" which helped me work efficiently with the device and cut down on menu hierarchies. To my dismay, this Phone has a 4-way button which is configurable for only 4 custom tasks. Thats it! I have been unable to find a way where I can club up my favorite menu items/actions in a single "Go To" menu. (Usability Issue, again).



In Summary - this is a competitively featured, good-to-own entry-level phone.Very good value for money if you weigh the features against the price.mBeats a Nokia or a Sony Ericsson in this parameter by approx INR 2.5-3.5K. BUT you have to get used to some usability limitations as a compromise Remember - you saved a cool bunch!

I seriously hope Samsung brings out a OS patch/upgrade that addresses these usability issues in the phone, and makes the OS a bit faster. They can easily do that, only if they want to. If that happens, this will be a killer handset, eating Nokia/ Sony Ericsson models worth INR 8-9K for breakfast!
   
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