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  1. Geoponic

    Geoponic Well-Known Member
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    This isn't a compatibility issue. :)

    Okay so when i first installed HTC sync it was fine.
    I used it to install the latest ROM from T-mobile.

    I havn't used it since seeing as I didn't really have any need to.
    But today I though i may aswell try it.

    So I turn my phone on.
    Plug it in.
    Drag down the notif bar.
    HTC sync.
    Sync now.
    Pop-up on my computer says syncing calendar.
    Then it stops after 2 items.
    I look at my phone and it says HTC sync stop unexpectantly
    and i had to force close it.
    So i go into setting and try using HTC sync from there.
    But then my computer tells me the connection to my phone has times out.
    So....
    I restart my phone
    this time i get to 4 items.
    But the same thing happens.

    :/

    Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance :)
     

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  2. beamer

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    Did you use the sync software just published yesterday ? Check your HTC UK site for download.
     
  3. Slug

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    If you have firewall or anti-malware software running on your PC, check that it's not blocking HTC Sync.
     
  4. Geoponic

    Geoponic Well-Known Member
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    Nope, still doesn't work.

    I'm only trying to sync the calendar! :(
     
  5. bartjunited

    bartjunited Well-Known Member
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    hi ive just spent the last couple of hours trying to sort this out

    here goes

    go to device manager

    you will prob see at the top - ADB Interface - under this it may say HTC Dream....

    Right click on this & choose update driver

    - Browse my computer for drivers
    - Let me pick from list
    at the bottom you may see 2 options HTC Dream... & MY HTC
    - Choose MY HTC

    this should now install the correct driver & connect the phone
     
  6. Haizum74

    Haizum74 Guest


    You have just saved me a lot more emails to HTC. Thanks very much, now got HTC sync working on windows 7:D:D:D:D:D:D
     
  7. bartjunited

    bartjunited Well-Known Member
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    you are very welcome I know how frustrating it can be
     
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