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Sounds like a cable problem then.

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Either that or perhaps the OP is using an old copy of Odin not intended for Knox ROMs.

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I've used everything from 1.83 to 3.09. I run as administrator. I'll try another cord later today when I get off work but I don't believe that's the issue.

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I've used everything from 1.83 to 3.09. I run as administrator. I'll try another cord later today when I get off work but I don't believe that's the issue.

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Have you tried a different USB port on the pc? I can usually switch between the two front ports and Odin will finally recognize it.

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Yep. All three on my wife's comp and all three on mine.

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Solved. For some reason when I used someone else's cord (and my laptop), Odin noticed it right off the bat. Thanks for the help guys!

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I had this issue before and helped someone out here recently. Despite the cable "working" most of them don't. I've ALWAYS used a genuine HTC cable (yeah I know...I have a Samsung product) whenever messing around with Odin or when connected to the baseband. Those aftermarket/ebay cables should be avoided for anything other than charging or using MTP.

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I had this issue before and helped someone out here recently. Despite the cable "working" most of them don't. I've ALWAYS used a genuine HTC cable (yeah I know...I have a Samsung product) whenever messing around with Odin or when connected to the baseband. Those aftermarket/ebay cables should be avoided for anything other than charging or using MTP.

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Meh. Monoprice cables work fine IME.
 
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It was an LG cord that did it. But my last cord I used was a ten dollar one from a gas station.

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