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So im having an issue for when i try to connect my note 2 running Jedi X20 to my windows 8.1 computer i get an error stating "USB Device Not Recognized". I have tried everything from trying different cables, downloading drivers, deleted and reinstalling drivers, checking to see if my phone is set to PDA, trying factory reset in TWRP, etc. i was wondering if anyone has successfully fixed this issue and they could help me.

I am trying to get my device connected so ODIN may recognize my device so i can revert it back to Stock.
 
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My note 2 is also showing up as "unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed)
 
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My note 2 is also showing up as "unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed)
Have you tried the USB ports on the back of the PC? If so....

Maybe try updating the drivers for the motherboard of your PC instead of using standard Windows 8.1 drivers. Assuming Windows 8.1 is recognizing all the USB ports you are trying to plug your cable into.

If this does not work and you have a copy of Windows 7, download Virtualbox and install Windows 7 as a virtual machine. Launch it make sure you have the USB settings inside the virtual machine setup to allow the USB to be used from Host PC.

Load the Samsung drivers in the Windows 7 virtual machine. I'm assuming those are the drivers you have stated you have downloading and reinstalled.
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Sorry meant to say it's a laptop. Tried all ports and installing drivers. Unfortunately I don't have windows 7

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Just tested on windows 7 and it did recognize the device. I'm just having issues on 8.1 and can't seem to find a fix.

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so i went out and bought another cord just for ****s and giggles and it fixed all my issues and i am now able to connect my device. for some reason my cord that came with the phone and another cord i had didnt want to work....
 
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Congratulations. It's always the little things

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Yep a cheap gas station USB works over my perfect stock usb

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