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[Q] Fascinate: Lost USB Computer Connection/Bluetooth

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By dbf4n, Junior Member on 5th February 2011, 11:04 PM
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Fascinate, DL09
-flashed clockwork via Odin (took a couple of times and methods), AND did have a couple of "samsung fascinate - failed to verify whole file signature" messages. not sure I totally cleaned that up
-loaded to sd drive
-rooted successfully
-loaded Titanium Backup Pro and Rom Manager Prem.
-backed up DL09 and files
-flashed xxxx// xxx from SD drive
-partial success

-XP PC sees phone as a CD drive and not a or storage. Can't access.
-No Bluetooth
-tried a couple of wipes and factory resets - no improvement
-flashed back to DL09
-phone works, pda works
-Still no PC connect (same problem), No bluetooth

Need a new approach. Thoughts?
6th February 2011, 03:36 AM |#2  
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Use a sd adapter
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6th February 2011, 04:42 AM |#3  
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[Q] Fascinate: Lost USB Computer Connection/Bluetooth

Do you recommend that I flash the:

1) Radio
2) ROM
3) Kernel

via the SD drive? Is this order correct?

How about clockwork? It seems to work with Rom Manager.

Another issue: it seems I have lost the ability to download from Market
6th February 2011, 04:20 PM |#4  
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Mostly all fixed,.

PC recognized phone if phone plugged into PC while off then booted on.

-Wiped all cashes twice.
-Flashed ... supa clean .04 from /sd
-Flashed Test 3 nonvoodoo kernel xxxx:// (got it here: xxxx://

Fixed most everything. Bluetooth OK. PC recognizes phone. So far so good.

Market still broken. See and select apps ok, just doesn't download.
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