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Exclamation PC won't recognize HTC One after installing KitKat 4.4 Sinless ROM 5.1.1

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1st December 2013, 02:32 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guys, flashed Sinless 5.1.1 last night and ever since installing this particular ROM I'm unable to access my phone's folders via MTP or anything. I've tried re-installing drivers on my PC, rebooting phone and PC several times, trying to access my phone in ADB and fastboot... I can't even push or sideload a new ROM so I really don't know what to do!

Anyone got any idea what to try next and/or how to solve this?
1st December 2013, 02:41 AM   |  #2  
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Did you enable Developers options USB debugging?
If not go to about phone and click on Build number a
bunch of times. If that doesn't work install latest HTC
drivers.
1st December 2013, 02:54 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by Armeniandave

Did you enable Developers options USB debugging?
If not go to about phone and click on Build number a
bunch of times. If that doesn't work install latest HTC
drivers.

Tried both, to no avail.

EDIT: It was working fine yesterday on Insertcoin 4.3 ROM, so I'm copying that back to my phone via WIFI transfer, gonna flash that and see if I get USB access back.
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1st December 2013, 02:59 AM   |  #4  
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Tried both, to no avail.

I'm actually running that exact ROM and my phone is seen on both my Mac and Windows 7.
Did you try a different USB port? Does a message pop up on your phone asking to trust your
computer? My computer wouldn't see my phone until I accepted that pop up.

If you've tried all that then give a little more info on your PC so we can diagnose it.
1st December 2013, 03:14 AM   |  #5  
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I'm actually running that exact ROM and my phone is seen on both my Mac and Windows 7.
Did you try a different USB port? Does a message pop up on your phone asking to trust your
computer? My computer wouldn't see my phone until I accepted that pop up.

If you've tried all that then give a little more info on your PC so we can diagnose it.

I never saw any message pop up. I've tried 4 different USB 2.0 ports. My USB 3.0 ports aren't usable.

I am runnings Windows 7 x64 Ultimate with latest HTC drivers installed.
1st December 2013, 03:39 AM   |  #6  
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I never saw any message pop up. I've tried 4 different USB 2.0 ports. My USB 3.0 ports aren't usable.

I am runnings Windows 7 x64 Ultimate with latest HTC drivers installed.

Kinda stumped then! Only thing I can think is that you don't have the very latest drivers.
Can you ADB and see the phone? Check the following thread on how to do this.
(Sorry if you already know how)

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2365506
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If I do "adb devices", nothing shows up. Simple commands like "adb reboot" respond with "error: device not found".

I've just flashed ARHD 31.6 (Android 4.3) and re-installed drivers and my phone still isn't recognisable. I'm lost!
1st December 2013, 06:59 AM   |  #8  
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Okay, big trouble now!! I just read elsewhere that it could be an internal storage corruption problem, so without thinking I formatted internal storage along with data and system in recovery and attempted to ADB sideload a new ROM and was going to start over. Stupid idea! ADB still isn't working so now I can't even sideload or push a ROM. All I have to work with now is fastboot and recovery, and my PC isn't recognizing either of them. Any ideas?
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1st December 2013, 07:14 AM   |  #9  
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YOU AREN'T GOING TO BELIEVE THIS!!!

Girlfriend stayed over the weekend and happened to swap our USB cables over. She left and took my OTG cable and left me with her identical looking USB charge only cable.

Just tried my mother's Nokia cable and voila! Installing device drivers.

Now to sideload a ROM and start from scratch -.-
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I know this thread is old but if someone stumbles upon it this is what I did.

New USB worked.

***While using the USB cord that wouldn't connect like it usually does, I re-installed HTC Sync Manager and it immediately recognized it.


www.htc.com/hsm

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