Perhaps I'm not understanding how USB 3.0 is supposed to work with the Note 3. On both my work PC (Dell Optiplex 1020, 64-bit Windows 7 Enterprise) and my home PC (Dell XPS 8500, 64-bit Windows 7 Professional), whenever I connect the Note, a popup comes up saying the following: "This device can perform faster This SAMSUNG Mobile USB Composite Device can transfer information if you connect it to a Super Speed USB 3.0 port." 1. The ports being used on both computers are the blue USB ports with the USB logo that has the SS. Those ARE the 3.0 ports, aren't they? 2. I'm definitely using USB 3.0 cables (the 2-part connector), not a regular micro USB cable. On the Note itself, when I click on the USB options, it gives me the option of enabling "USB 3.0" for data transfer, but when I do, it tells me that it's only temporary and will turn itself off after 10 minutes since it interferes with wifi. So what's the deal here? Is USB 3.0 broken, or is it strictly an on-demand feature? If the latter, how does this impact the charge rate? Does just using a USB 3.0 cable provide the faster charging rate or if the USB 3.0 capability on the phone is not active, does the charge rate drop down? Thanks in advance.