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By djready, Junior Member on 19th April 2014, 12:42 AM
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31st August 2014, 01:34 PM |#21  
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Unhappy Having the same problem
I have a Sprint HTC M8 and it will not connect to PC. downloaded the drivers and HTC sync manager. it keeps saying Unknown Device.
 
 
31st August 2014, 02:17 PM |#22  
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Originally Posted by NoirEatsBear

I have a Sprint HTC M8 and it will not connect to PC. downloaded the drivers and HTC sync manager. it keeps saying Unknown Device.

You might want to try posting a thread here.
22nd September 2014, 10:42 AM |#23  
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I found an easy fix for this problem:

Go to your Device Manager
Under "System Devices" you will find 2 (IWD Bus Enumerator)
One of them will have a yellow triangle on it
Just disable it, reboot your system, and plug your HTC One with HTC Sync
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27th October 2014, 11:01 AM |#24  
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First off i want to say hi to everyone and thank everyone for even looking at this thread. I've found some great stuff on this web site but so far nothing has worked for me so i figured i would put up a thread and see what i get back . First off i have an HTC one m7 from sprint. What im trying to do is unlock bootloader root it and sim unlock it. But im am stuck on the first step of my plan. Connecting the HTC one to the computer lol. Htc one has android 4.4.2 running htc sense 5.5. When i plug it in to the computer sometimes i wont get nothing like no noise saying that its plugged in and trying to get drivers. Other times if im lucky i look on my computer and it shows up as a cd drive but when i click on it i get nothing it says insert disc. These is what i have tried so far: htc driver 4.01.001, htc_bmp usb driver x64 1.0.5375, about five usb cables even an actual htc one cable. tried to connect it with other computers, htc sync, different usb port. I think thats everything lol. Oh and also on my ubuntu laptop but it doesn't show up. At this point im pretty disappointing at the device and kinda want to break it lol. I tried using weaksauce to see if it would work for me and it doesn't just crashes. I've seen some great stuff on these forums and i was hoping i could get a hand. I'm on a windows 7 64bit computer.

Tyvm


there is no problem with your pc or usb device port or usb ic on mobile phone mother board... the problem is in the device firmware. try another mobile phone it will show up and connected.
14th December 2014, 03:07 PM |#25  
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Help!!
Hi everyone,
I've been following this thread for about a month hoping for a new post with some sort of solution ..I'm having the same exact problem. It all started one day when my phone switched off after the battery was drained, it took two days or so to get it back on (finally rebooted using linux). Since that time, the phone doesn't show up on my pc, and when I plug it into the mains, it thinks its plugged in as a usb!
I've wiped the phone, tried a number of cables, no luck. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
30th December 2014, 07:03 AM |#26  
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turn off fast boot just spent a while with trial and error and this worked for the same problem
30th January 2015, 02:56 AM |#27  
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Connect as Media Device
What worked for me was going to Settings>Storage> clicking the settings dots in the upper right corner>USB Computer Connection>and then making sure (MTP) is checked. I must've unchecked it while doodling with something, but that is what worked, so cheers!
2nd February 2015, 04:33 PM |#28  
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are you using the usb that HTC provided within the phone, i had that issue too, using the original usb cable workd somehow
10th February 2015, 11:07 PM |#29  
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If your using windows xp you need to update wmp to 11 and let it install the mtp drivers and install HTC drivers won't show up with out it if using newer os uninstall the drivers and updated
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