Originally Posted by KAwAtA
Doesn't sound like it's broken... Weird. And you're 100% sure you have the drivers and everything installed on the computer?
Sadly, no. I'd say I'm 95% certain...
The thing is I've tried to connect on my desktop PC with W7 64-bit, my XP laptop and another PC with Linux (Ubuntu and Kubuntu) all to no avail.
Here's what I've done on my main PC (Win7 64bit) to try and connect the N1 (which, btw, connected just fine a few months ago, albeit to a different W7 install). The problem might still be in here, and not in the hardware, so I'm open to any ideas.
1. Whenever I connect I get the "USB Device not Recognized" alert in the taskbar.Clicking on that alert yields no actionable information.
2. The Device Manager shows the exclamation mark by unidentified USB device. Uninstalling, Disabling and attempting to manually update the driver from within the Device Manager all have no effect. Windows says I already have the most current drivers.
3. Tried the USBDeview program. It's supposed to "show all hidden and previously installed usb drivers on your computer." It shows nothing related to HTC or Nexus or Google.
4. I tried manually installing the USB drivers from here.
5. I installed & uninstalled & reinstalled the Android SDK thinking that might fix the USB issue. It didn't.
6. Tried running W7 in Safe Mode and without firewall/anti-virus.
7. Tried three different cables on all of the USB ports on my PC.
All throughout... it's always "USB Device not Recognized"