My wife and I recently dropped a bundle on a couple droid smart phone pakages without being told up front that the Droid X and I presume other smart phones are not compatible with a 64 bit system when installing the Verizon Media Manager. I do believe that Verizon should be telling all their people to forewarn people about the problem prior to the purchase. Perhaps at least telling them an update is in the makes. When i called Tech support on this, the first person I talked with didn't even know what I was telling her, she put me on permanent hold. I returned the call and talked with a knowledgable person in the know, all he could do was appologize over and over. Verizon should let the consumers know whats going on!!!!!:
Media Manager only handles media; videos, pictures and music. If you want to swap files such as a word processor file, it will not help. As was said, if you tether your phone to your computer with the USB cord, the computer will see the phone as another drive and you can drag and drop all you want, whatever you want.