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By Chaos Water, Junior Member on 15th August 2014, 09:53 PM
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Still can't seem to get the phone to be detected by Windows or Ubuntu, can't see the phone listed on ADB connected devices.

I've tried several different USB leads including 2 genuine ones that I bought off of eBay which are identical, but still haven't had any luck .

I don't think the port has become damaged as I cleaned it carefully, the phone charges fine, but it still isn't displayed properly on Device Manager.

Ubuntu must have following software installed:

openjdk-jdk
adt-bundle
Eclipse

Also be sure that the USB cable is working perfectly fine. Yet, if all is correct and not even Ubuntu can recognize your phone, it is quite a bad sign....

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