Aug 28

The Optus D736 I think is a Bird D736.

1. Download and run this driver from here.
2. Put a memory card in the phone.
3. Plug in the phone and post a comment here if it works, or if you have to change some settings on the phone. (I have not tested on the bird phone).

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6 Responses to “How to get your Optus D736 USB working in OSX”

  1. Bryson says:

    You are a genius!

    It took a little time to think about it, but eventually both the internal memory AND the memory card popped up in the Finder.

    Did I say that you’re a genius.

  2. Bryony says:

    Do you have to have a memory card to access the phone through OSX as a mass storage device?

  3. Wayne says:

    yes you do need a memory card.

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