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well i wish i could help but i have an unlocked phone so im not sure what your problem is. if rebooting the phone works then it is clearly the phone. you can try to kill the adb server connection in cmd and see if that works.

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adb kill-server
I appreciate your help!

Problem is that the phone only charges when connected by the usb port, so the debugging isn't enabled by the phone and there is no adb connection to kill.
 
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I appreciate your help!

Problem is that the phone only charges when connected by the usb port, so the debugging isn't enabled by the phone and there is no adb connection to kill.
oh, i just assumed since you can start the server on your computer without the phone plugged in and the server stays running even after unplugging the phone that you might could try killing it before plugging the phone back in (assuming you have ran adb commands on that computer and it hasn't rebooted since). But that was just a guess.
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