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[Q] Two 2 HD2s same Issue

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30th May 2014, 08:11 PM   |  #1  
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Hello people I try find out what the problem is since two weeks of the two hd2 i have around me.

Both are on Windows Mobile 6.5 and..one is tmobile one vodafone
on HSPL 3.03.0000

both stuck in Bootloader at serial,
when I play on softkeys from the vodafone the laptop says: USB device couldnt detected, it had repaired at the micro usb port few weeks ago because couldnt charge anymore
tmobile device shows no reactions

I tryed serval Micro USB Cables, no luck
un/installed Windows Mobile Device center many times
installed Windows XP, Vista 32bit, windows 7 64bit many times

I just dont get it...

any culosions?
any help is welcome, thanks for helping me


MORE INFOS:

T-Mobile HTC HD2 with WINDOWS 6.5
R 2.15.50.14
G 15.42.50.11U
D 3.14.04666


PB81100 HX-BC
SPL-3.03.0000 XE
MicroP(LED) 0x05
MicroP(Touch) 0x40


Vodafone HTC HD2 with WINDOWS 6.5
R 2.15.50.14
G 15.42.50.11U
D 3.14.04666

PB81100 HX-BC
SPL-3.03.0000 XE
MicroP(LED) 0x05
MicroP(Touch) 0x30
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31st May 2014, 03:30 PM   |  #2  
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Info 2 So Similar to me ...
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Originally Posted by hd2fordads

Hello people I try find out what the problem is since two weeks of the two hd2 i have around me.

Both are on Windows Mobile 6.5 and..one is tmobile one vodafone
on HSPL 3.03.0000

both stuck in Bootloader at serial,
when I play on softkeys from the vodafone the laptop says: USB device couldnt detected, it had repaired at the micro usb port few weeks ago because couldnt charge anymore
tmobile device shows no reactions

I tryed serval Micro USB Cables, no luck
un/installed Windows Mobile Device center many times
installed Windows XP, Vista 32bit, windows 7 64bit many times

I just dont get it...

any culosions?
any help is welcome, thanks for helping me


MORE INFOS:

T-Mobile HTC HD2 with WINDOWS 6.5
R 2.15.50.14
G 15.42.50.11U
D 3.14.04666


PB81100 HX-BC
SPL-3.03.0000 XE
MicroP(LED) 0x05
MicroP(Touch) 0x40


Vodafone HTC HD2 with WINDOWS 6.5
R 2.15.50.14
G 15.42.50.11U
D 3.14.04666

PB81100 HX-BC
SPL-3.03.0000 XE
MicroP(LED) 0x05
MicroP(Touch) 0x30

Dear Friend ... I think The problem can get solved By installing the HTC Drivers ... I happend to me many times and it solved it easily ... Goodluck

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31st May 2014, 04:28 PM   |  #3  
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Installing the latest HTC Drivers from the HTC Sync Manager bundle usually solves this issue, but for some Sense-based Android ROMs older versions may be useful. However sometimes Windows could choose alternative drivers for the device (RNDIS or Mass Storage instead of Serial/ADB driver). In that case use Device Manager to update driver. Browse to %SystemRoot%\DriverStore\FileRepository and look for the drivers (try sorting by date).
And just in case I could help, may I ask why you'd put the device into bootloader?

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