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7th April 2010, 09:21 PM   |  #1  
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I am using Myn's Warm Donut, but from what I can tell I've had this problem on most if not all distributions I tried.

When I connect my HTC Touch to my computer via USB (Win7 x64), I can't get windows to detect it, and so I can't access the SD Card.

However, I have found that I can successfully access it by using the replimenu when booting. It does take about a minute before it manages to connect though, but it always works.

Here's what happens when I select Start Recovery Mode:
Code:
USB Connected
Start Charging
msm_hsusb_set_vbus_state(1)
hsusb: OFFLINE -> ONLINE
hsusb: reset controller c5cccc00
usb: notify offline
set address to 1
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1

[About 15 seconds later]
tried to queue zero length request
set address to 2
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1

[About 15 seconds later]
tried to queue zero length request
set address to 1
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1

[About 15 seconds later]
tried to queue zero length request
set address to 2
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1
[USB finally connects and the sdcard is mounted in windows. Total time elapsed since USB was plugged in: about 60 secs]
It always starts working after the fourth try, at address 2.

Do you have any idea what is going on?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

P.S. I have tried on two different Win7 x64 computers and one XP x86
7th April 2010, 09:46 PM   |  #2  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tsuushin

I am using Myn's Warm Donut, but from what I can tell I've had this problem on most if not all distributions I tried.

When I connect my HTC Touch to my computer via USB (Win7 x64), I can't get windows to detect it, and so I can't access the SD Card.

However, I have found that I can successfully access it by using the replimenu when booting. It does take about a minute before it manages to connect though, but it always works.

Here's what happens when I select Start Recovery Mode:

Code:
USB Connected
Start Charging
msm_hsusb_set_vbus_state(1)
hsusb: OFFLINE -> ONLINE
hsusb: reset controller c5cccc00
usb: notify offline
set address to 1
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1

[About 15 seconds later]
tried to queue zero length request
set address to 2
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1

[About 15 seconds later]
tried to queue zero length request
set address to 1
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1

[About 15 seconds later]
tried to queue zero length request
set address to 2
usb_mass_storage usb_mass_storage: config #1
[USB finally connects and the sdcard is mounted in windows. Total time elapsed since USB was plugged in: about 60 secs]
It always starts working after the fourth try, at address 2.

Do you have any idea what is going on?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

P.S. I have tried on two different Win7 x64 computers and one XP x86

are you using free automount app or the paid dual mount app?
7th April 2010, 09:58 PM   |  #3  
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I tried auto mount without any success. Maybe there's system logs I could fetch from somewhere?

Also, do you know if it is normal that it needs about one minute and 4 tries in order to successfully connect in Recovery Mode?
7th April 2010, 10:37 PM   |  #4  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tsuushin

I tried auto mount without any success. Maybe there's system logs I could fetch from somewhere?

Also, do you know if it is normal that it needs about one minute and 4 tries in order to successfully connect in Recovery Mode?

did you check the box in the app to enable it after installing it?
7th April 2010, 10:46 PM   |  #5  
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Yes

What seems to happen is an endless loop of:
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USB Connected...
Preparing SD Card...
[Wait 15 seconds and repeat]
In the same manner I described earlier.. except it doesn't end up connecting after 4 tries like in recovery mode

EDIT: Oh! I let it go a while longer and after something like 2-3 minutes it finally managed to connect.

Am I the only one experiencing this delay or is it "normal" for our device?
7th April 2010, 10:50 PM   |  #6  
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just wait longer. walk away from it for like 5 mins. When im using eclair it takes alot longer than donut. It sems to connect and disconnect like 50 times before actually connecting. This is normal.
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It works indeed.

I would be interested in looking at the logs and trying to understand what is happening (and maybe even fix it!).

Does anyone know where I should be looking at?

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