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Old March 2nd, 2010, 11:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Acer Liquid: Continuous problems with USB

Hi everyone!

I just got my Liquid week ago, and has almost every difficulty sorted, and the one which still is a pain in the arse is problem with connecting it to my PCs.

When I once connected it to my home PC, it detected device as Ases HSUSB Device, but I've got no drivers, so I skipped this question, thinking Windows will detect it as a USB Flash. After that, it is (sometimes) working on my Office laptop, after installing the drivers, but I can't get it working on my home PC, because Windows says "USB device not recognized". So I even cannot swap drivers...

As I said it is working on my Office Laptop, but chance is unpredictable. Sometimes it is also detected as "USB device not recognized".

Things are a little bit better on Linux. When I do dmesg - I see that device clearly says it is "Acer HSUSB Device", and anoter device is something like "Acer Memory Stick" or something like this. So in most cases I can mount SD. In rare cases Linux says something like "USB device cannot be enumerated", but after reconnecting - things are working.


I never liked Windows (and it probably does not like me), but what should I do now to get my device connected? And also does anyone knows why it is so unstable?
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