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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by HiredxGunz, Aug 20, 2012.

  1. HiredxGunz

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    I just bought a Just Wireless USB chord, however, I plugged on my computer and connected my Warp, it does not recognize the phone at all. I used a different usb chord before & it read the phone just fine. I have a feeling that the USB chord isn't for transferring data, but for charging only. But I'm not 100% sure on that. I tried all I could. re-installing Warp drivers, re-installing the USB port drivers on my computer. So, could it be the USB chord?

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    Wireless USB cord? lol (I know it's probably a typo)
    But yea if you tried another USB cord and that worked then the USB you have now is probably bad. You will come across those every once in a while. Maybe try other USB ports or even on another computer if you can.
     
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    It isn't a typo actually. That's the brand of the company (Just Wireless) that makes these chargers/chords. :p
    Tried other USB ports, no avail, Although it does charge the phone though. o.o
     
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    Sorry for the misunderstanding. Didn't realize that was the brand.
    Well I did a little googling and found that some cords are "Charge Only" and won't be able to transfer data. I actually have a cable like this myself but I always thought it was a defective cable. Maybe you could read the packaging or the description of the product to see if it specifies its a charge only cord.
     
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    The package didn't really say charge-only. Eh.. Oh well, at least now I can charge my phone on my computer, won't have to walk across the living room everytime I recieve a call/text. :)
     
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    Do you have the drivers installed on your computer?
     
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    There are 2 types of USB Ports correct me if I'm wrong there is 1.0 and 2.0 I'll double check on this so I don't give false information :)
     
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    give this a try:

    open dialer and enter *983*87274# choose AT

    sometimes the phone is in the wrong mode for usb and that causes it to not be recognized by the computer
     
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