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11th February 2014, 10:17 AM   |  #1  
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Moto G XT1033, dual sim 16 GB India version, does not come with any data cable. Can anyone suggest any data cable (probably with a link to buy online) which worked perfectly with this device?
11th February 2014, 02:50 PM   |  #2  
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You can use any usb data cable with it. I used the phone with my Micromax data cable that came with my previous phone and it works fine. It is Chinese btw. So rather than spending more on any branded online product, go buy it from your local shopkeeper. You'll save some money. Will cost rs. 80-100 at max.
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You can use any usb data cable with it. I used the phone with my Micromax data cable that came with my previous phone and it works fine. It is Chinese btw. So rather than spending more on any branded online product, go buy it from your local shopkeeper. You'll save some money. Will cost rs. 80-100 at max.

I tried with a data cable of Micromax and it did not charge the device. I was only able to use it as a portable device.
I'm confused whether the issue is with the data cable or the device itself..
13th February 2014, 06:41 PM   |  #4  
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I tried with a data cable of Micromax and it did not charge the device. I was only able to use it as a portable device.
I'm confused whether the issue is with the data cable or the device itself..


I used multiple data cables: Samsung/Nokia/Sony

All worked fine



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I used multiple data cables: Samsung/Nokia/Sony

All worked fine



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Both data sync and charging work simultaneously?
13th February 2014, 09:03 PM   |  #6  
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Both data sync and charging work simultaneously?

Not sure about data sync my laptop's hard disk is gone bad, running it on a live Ubuntu for now 😛

But charges well
Also it shows that it is connected as a media device to share music and photos

All I think that I need is the drivers for the same
And it should work fine
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I tried with a data cable of Micromax and it did not charge the device. I was only able to use it as a portable device.
I'm confused whether the issue is with the data cable or the device itself..


You need to install the drivers for charging

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