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Replacement Data Cable

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By rammyboy, Junior Member on 24th April 2012, 10:36 AM
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I notice that the USB cable for the Spice-Mi410/Ideos X6 is not the regular mini-USB connector. I am thinking of getting a replacement data cable (to keep in my office in case I need to charge the phone). Where can I find one or what are the replacement options I have?

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24th April 2012, 04:12 PM |#2  
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Are you sure its not generic, because I thought all android phones have same usb socket. I remember using a LG cable sometime in the past.......
24th April 2012, 07:26 PM |#3  
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Ahh its generic i always use my brother's samsung cable, they are all alike afaik.

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25th April 2012, 05:09 PM |#4  
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it is very much available at any local mobile shop i got one for use at office
26th April 2012, 10:44 AM |#5  
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@whyzee, @nayneshdev: I tried with a samsung Galaxy cable and I couldn't fit it in. I haven't tried with other brands (Android phones). I will do that.

@haree: Will check the local mobile shops. I usually asked them for a cable giving my model name (which they didn't recognize ).
26th April 2012, 11:40 AM |#6  
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@whyzee, @nayneshdev: I tried with a samsung Galaxy cable and I couldn't fit it in. I haven't tried with other brands (Android phones). I will do that.

@haree: Will check the local mobile shops. I usually asked them for a cable giving my model name (which they didn't recognize ).

it's not miniUSB, it's microUSB, same as new gen Blackberry phone and almost all android phone. I have 2 android phone and 1 blackberry that using same usb cable to charging or connecting to pc
PS: don't be confused with micro-HDMI type-D port that close to microUSB port in our device XD
26th April 2012, 01:18 PM |#7  
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@whyzee, @nayneshdev: I tried with a samsung Galaxy cable and I couldn't fit it in. I haven't tried with other brands (Android phones). I will do that.

@haree: Will check the local mobile shops. I usually asked them for a cable giving my model name (which they didn't recognize ).

are you sure your usb socket of your phone is not faulty? make sure your clear that up too because triumph phones have had this problem....
27th April 2012, 01:53 PM |#8  
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Any MicroUSB cable is compatible with this Phone, I'm using Nokia N8's Data Cable because mine I forgot at my Bro's house (1000Kms Away) so can't go again only for the cable and as this is already working so I didn't tell him to send through Post (Courier)
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are you sure your usb socket of your phone is not faulty? make sure your clear that up too because triumph phones have had this problem....

The data cable that came with the box works, I think there is no problem with the USB socket. I will try the microUSB cable as suggested by ardX
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The data cable that came with the box works, I think there is no problem with the USB socket. I will try the microUSB cable as suggested by ardX

yes it is not mini-USB but a micro usb. I think mini USB is mainly used in portable hard drives.
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