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[Q] USB problem

13th December 2012, 04:23 PM |#1  
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USB on my 2year7month old Captivate stopped being recognized by PCs -- so no longer can I pass data:, files, roms etc..

Did I toggle some Settings menu item or is it just wearing out? Should I send it off to MobileTechVideos to repair it? Would be dumb if I toggled some software item yesterday.. It is on CM10 nightlies, and I rolled back to the previous night when USB-recognition had still functioned, in the case that some aspect of the most recent nightly had caused the problem. No go.

I just got the Note2 last week, so this one is Sim-less, but I'm not ready to let this carrier unlocked, quad-band GSM travel-ready phone go.

Any ideas of how to test it? or what I could have done?
 
 
13th December 2012, 04:57 PM |#2  
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USB on my 2year7month old Captivate stopped being recognized by PCs -- so no longer can I pass data:, files, roms etc..

Did I toggle some Settings menu item or is it just wearing out? Should I send it off to MobileTechVideos to repair it? Would be dumb if I toggled some software item yesterday.. It is on CM10 nightlies, and I rolled back to the previous night when USB-recognition had still functioned, in the case that some aspect of the most recent nightly had caused the problem. No go.

I just got the Note2 last week, so this one is Sim-less, but I'm not ready to let this carrier unlocked, quad-band GSM travel-ready phone go.

Any ideas of how to test it? or what I could have done?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1953930

There's a start. there might be other things but we'll see after you go through those
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13th December 2012, 05:23 PM |#3  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1953930

There's a start. there might be other things but we'll see after you go through those

Had, of course, rebooted many times, but ...

And while simple
UNIVERSAL FIRST STEPS FOR CONNECTION ISSUES
...
1. Turn off both devices - and I do mean full power-down. Go ahead and pull the phone's battery, if necessary.
...

I still am very appreciative of the your resolving recommendation.. All is well.
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13th December 2012, 05:31 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by p1gnone

Had, of course, rebooted many times, but ...

And while simple
UNIVERSAL FIRST STEPS FOR CONNECTION ISSUES
...
1. Turn off both devices - and I do mean full power-down. Go ahead and pull the phone's battery, if necessary.
...

I still am very appreciative of the your resolving recommendation.. All is well.

Don't forget to thank 4-2ndtwin for his guide too

Glad I could help!
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Originally Posted by p1gnone

Had, of course, rebooted many times, but ...

And while simple
UNIVERSAL FIRST STEPS FOR CONNECTION ISSUES
...
1. Turn off both devices - and I do mean full power-down. Go ahead and pull the phone's battery, if necessary.
...

I still am very appreciative of the your resolving recommendation.. All is well.

I had exactly same issue [check http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?t=2030609] & I also rebotted the phone zillion times.. but removing the batter completly did the trick. Thanks to you & thanks to 4-2ndtwin for the guide and thanks to BWolf56 for pointing to the guide.
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