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My One "connects" to my PC when it's booting (that sound), but after that it stays disconnected. While booting it's being recognized as an MTP device. Recovery has the same problem: Until recovery starts it's kinda connected, but when TWRP is started, even sideload doesn't work. And in the booloader the "device enumeration failed". The ROM is ARHD GE 6.1

Does some1 know solutions to those probs?
 
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Hi!
My One "connects" to my PC when it's booting (that sound), but after that it stays disconnected. While booting it's being recognized as an MTP device. Recovery has the same problem: Until recovery starts it's kinda connected, but when TWRP is started, even sideload doesn't work. And in the booloader the "device enumeration failed". The ROM is ARHD GE 6.1

Does some1 know solutions to those probs?
You definitely have a driver problem. Install the drivers from this thread, that should solve your problems.
Make sure to uninstall all currently installed drivers for your HTC One. For this go to the device manager on your pc. (windows + x, -> device manager)
 
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You definitely have a driver problem. Install the drivers from this thread, that should solve your problems.
Make sure to uninstall all currently installed drivers for your HTC One. For this go to the device manager on your pc. (windows + x, -> device manager)
any idea how i could list the drivers which i can uninstall?
 
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any idea how i could list the drivers which i can uninstall?
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...(v=vs.85).aspx
 
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uninstalled them, now it always get's recognized as an unknown device (searching drivers), but before it finds a driver it again disconnects
 
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uninstalled them, now it always get's recognized as an unknown device (searching drivers), but before it finds a driver it again disconnects
Hmm try this one http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588979
 
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in fastboot i have a "failed device enumeration", the windows-update from the driver thread doesnt work, it says it isnt applicable for my OS
(8.1pro)

EDIT: was able to install the update now, after uninstalling another one. testing fastboot asap (after a reboot).

EDIT 2: Ok, doesnt work.
 
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i now tested, if OTG works on it. doesnt even recognize that there was a usb cable inserted

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