I have iPhone 4, when I plug it in my computer, it says" USB Device Not Recognized" and nothing happens. iPhone doesn't appear in iTunes. But it charges. Everything was okay all time before and I have no idea what happened. Just once I plugged it in and and computer didn't recognize the phone.
My iPhone 4 is not being recognized as a USB device by my computer, therefore I can't synch to iTunes. It is also not being recognized when I plug it into the USB port in my car, so it is something with the phone, not my PC. I have the latest iOS on the phone and everything was working fine until today.
I had the problem of iTunes not recognising the iPhone on MOST occasions when I start it. Sometimes it would sometimes it wouldn't. This has been going on for 4 months. After running through all the tips on the web, from apple and everyone else i finally discovered I was low on Disk Space (I tried to copy the iTunes backup files to another location to protect them and they wouldn't fit). So I cleaned out my hard disk and everything worked.
while trying to recharge my 9300 curve the message box comes up saying "USB Device Not recognized" . Location of device is in USB Root Hub - Unknown Device. I Tried reconnecting but doesnt change anything. It also says to replace the device. Can I try something else or do I have to replace the device? How do I get the current infoout of the old device?
When I connect my smartphone to my desktop computer via the USB cable, the computer fails to recognize the device. I have attempted reinstalling Blackberry Desktop Software multiple times. My desktop is a windows pc that is running Vista. I am currently running version 220.127.116.11 of Blackberry Desktop Software.
I recently dropped my phone in water, and as a result it wouldn't work (obviously!). I took it to get fixed, and the entire back was replaced. This resulted in me getting a new bbm pin etc. I was told that this would work fine, and that I would still be able to use bbm and my wireless internet (such as bbm, twitter, facebook etc) When I called o2 to have my blackberry services reactivated, they told me that "the device cannot be recognized" Now I'm wondering what else I can do. Is there anything I or o2 can do to fix this problem? Or perhaps the shop that fixed my phone?
I have been using Blackberry protect and App world with this device but recently it sent me a mail to validate my ID credentials. The problem is that through the device I cannot validate as its returning error of invalid password / ID.I can log on with same password and ID on my desktop PC and recognises this device but it could not communicate with it. It started yesterday. BlackBerry ID not recognized via device
I've started to get the "USB Device Not Recognized" error almost every time I connect my S2 to my laptop. This started happening after I flashed the phone with an official version of ICS 4.0.3. The installation went flawlessly, yet I am having a hard time having the phone recognize the computer.
I have this old 9700 I got from a friend that he says is bricked. I took a look at it and when I put a battery on it, it blinks twice, pause and blinks twice again. It does that and never loads. So I thought, this would be an easy fix. I would just reload the OS and it's good to go. But I was wrong.First thing I did is I went and installed an OS6 (.650) and tried the loader.exe but when I click on Next, it does't recognize a PIN, it says USB-PIN: UNKNOWN. I clicked on next nevertheless and tried to reload the OS but then it won't go past the Loading JVM step which is the second step I guess, being 'Erasing Applications' as the first one. I left it for a couple of hours and it still won't load the OS.Next thing I did is tried to wipe the phone using BBSAK, CrackUtil and JL_Cmder. With the CrackUtil, it says 'Phone not connected' while the JL_Cmder won't let me wipe it. It just keeps on going back to the Menu after I've typed 'blackberry'. The BBSAK won't recognize the phone either.I tried using Desktop Manager as well. It can see that the phone is a 9700 but on the PIN, it says 0.One more thing I noticed, when I put on the battery, the red blinks but when I take off the battery and just plug the USB cord, it won't do anything. My computer will do something (makes a sound and 'recognize' the device in a way) ONLY if I have the battery put on before I put the USB cord on. If it's the USB cord alone, without the battery, it stays dead. Which is weird since in my experience, my computer always recognize BlackBerry devices whether a battery is present or not when you plug the USB cord.Oh and BTW, now my computer doesn't read my phone anymore, whether I put the battery in or not. The phone keeps blinking though, when I have the battery on. Blinks twice, pause and do it all over again.
I'm trying to get my Samsung SGH-T255G to connect to my PC, but I'm getting a USB Device Not Recognized warning when I plug the USB in. I've tried both the front and rear ports, no difference.I have the Samsung driver v18.104.22.168 installed (did not plug in cable during install).I downloaded both Samsung PC Studio 3.2.3 and PC Studio 22.214.171.124. The applications work fine, but won't connect because of the Device Not Recognized issue. The phone sees USB power and begins charging when connected. I have it turned on and at the main "idle" screen. Does the phone have to be in a certain mode to connect? Not familiar with how to do this. I'm running XP Pro on the PC.
When an audio device is connected to my car audio, the symbol â™ª appears, telling me that not only a PHONE device is connected, but also an audio device, so that I can make calls and also listen to music (in 2 different sources: one for calls (BT Phone channel)and other for mp3 (BT Audio device) < this one with a real good audio).
I connected my nokia c3 to this car audio but it wasnt recognized as an audio device, only as a phone and the symbol â™ª didn't appear. That is, I CAN play songs, but the audio quality is horrible, trashy, as if it was a phone call (cuz it will use the bt phone source, not the bta device). But when i connect any other phone, the audio plays normally.
I got the c3 connected to my PC and it was also recognized as a phone (and also a modem) BUT NOT as an audio device.
When I plug this phone with a usb cable it's driver is recognized however the media card and device are not listed as mass storage drives.. I have no way of accessing device/media card content through my computer. I checked bb device options and "Media Card Support" is "on".
Recently when I plugged my Bionic into the USB port to download some photos, I received a device not recognized popup. From day one I have been able to plug this in, and Windows 7 would automatically assign a drive letter and I had access to my SD card. I have downloaded the Motorola Device Manager. From what I can tell, it should appear in the system tray. It does not. I have uninstalled, then reinstalled this program to no avail. Opening the case to remove the SD card to stick it into the card reader on my computer is a major pain.
When i hook up the usb cable to the phone and pc i get a message on pc that usb not recognized device attached has malfunctioned and on the phone says connect failure. Has anyone else had this problem and if so what is a fix for it.
believe the source of the problem to be a faulty install of ICS plus a later rooting, as the phone would intermittently go from Android Phone to Unable to Recognize USB Device, to just not being able to recognize the phone. I've uninstalled KIES along with the drivers and installed them back again to no avail. Is it possible to flash the phone with a working Android version without using the computer - through the SD card?
Unit: Bold 9700. I run an HP P8600 Windows XP_SP3. All syncs including Media have worked fine...until now. Media Sync has instead, sunk. Have so far done this: Removed and reloaded DM. Removed and reloaded Media Sync (2x). Tried numerous usb ports and swapping usb cables (both original bb). Cleared check boxes from Power Management from usb root hub thingies, many Windows restarts, many battery pulls, ran calfix.exe. Media card is fine and mass storage is turned on. When BB connects, should it appear as a removable drive in My Computer? This is not happening. Problem is only with Media Sync.
My 4 month old Xperia Z2 has always worked fine until today. It was connected to my Mac computer, and I was asked to update Sony bridge for MAC. After about 10 mins it said Update Failed on the computer. I disconnected the phone, but now the phone wont turn on - all I get is an error message saying "Software update failed, make sure that your phone is connected to the computer and try again"
However when I connect it, the device isnt recognised.
I cant switch the phone off or on, all thats happening is a continuous loop of red light and then the error message (it's on charge at the moment)....
Just got myself a BB 8900, however it dosent seem to have any device memory, i have looked under memory in the options menu and it doesnt say anything about device memory and when i connect it to my PC i cannot find the phone on my computer unless i have a memory card pluged in,
I bought a new Macbook Pro and copied over my user account from my old mac using Migration Assistant. When I plug my iPhone 3GS into my old mac, both iTunes and XCode know it's plugged in. When I plug my iPhone 3GS into my new mac, iTunes and XCode have no idea that it is there. No response whatsoever.Is there any sort of plist file I can reset?I would prefer not to erase my iPhone if I can help it.