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download an updated version of samsung kies, check whether it is for 32 bit or 64 bits of OS for windows based PC.Also there should be an option on your phone when you attach it to a USB port of whether to transfer file thru USB or thru kies.also turn-off debugging mode in your phone settings, usually found in the developers settings or conectivity.
What you have is the equivalent of a wireless modem and wifi hotspot combined. You still have to go thru a setup procedure with each device you want to connect to it. It should have come with a usb cable that will let you connect the wireless modem directly into the usb port of your computer. This way you can verify that the wireless modem is working and that you can use it to connect to the internet. Once you get it to connect thru your computer then the rest should be fairly simple. Follow the set up instructions that should have come with it to set up wifi connects between each device and the modem. Usually you will be required to use a password that comes with the modem as you do the setup for each device. If you still don't have any luck then try taking it back to the Cricket store and have then try to connect to it thru wifi from one of their cell phone. They should also be able to walk you thru the setup procedure.
FIRST OF ALL, NEVER EVER PLUG IT INTO THE COMPUTER WHILE ITS ON. ALWAYS TURN THE PHONE OFF BEFORE HAND. AS FAR AS YOUR COMPUTER NOT RECOGNIZING THE USB CABLE, IT MAY ACTUALLY BE YOUR COMPUTER. AFTER ALL IF IT WAS THE CABLE, YOUR PHONE WOULDN'T CHARGE SINCE IT IS THE SAME CABLE FOR CHARGING AND USB CONNECTIONS. MY COMPUTER HAS HAD TROUBLE SEVERAL TIMES WHEN PLUGGING IN NEW OR DIFFERENT DEVICES INTO THE PORT. TO CHECK THE USB PORT ON YOUR COMPUTER.... GO TO CONTROL PANEL, THEN DEVICE MANAGER. DOUBLE CLICK UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLERS. IF ANY OF THEM ARENT WORKING PROPERLY THERE WILL BE A YELLOW TRIANGLE WITH AN EXCLAMTION POINT BESIDE THE UNFUNCTIONING USB. IF IT IS NOT FUNCTIONING YOU WILL HAVE TO UPDATE THE DRIVER. IF YOUR PORTS, DRIVERS ETC DONT SHOW THE YELLOW TRIANGLE, THEY ARE WORKING. TRY PLUGGING THE PHONE INTO A DIFFERENT PORT UNTIL YOU FIND ONE THAT WILL ACCEPT IT. I HAVE A LAPTOP AND MY PHONE ISNT RECOGNIZED IN THE SAME USB PORT (ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE COMPUTER) THAT I USE FOR MY PRINTER. I USE A DIFFERENT PORT FOR MY CELL PHONE. IF YOUR COMPUTER IS OLDER , THE USB PORT MAY NOT BE HIGH SPEED. OLDER COMPUTERS HAVE USB PORTS WITH A SPEED OF 1x OR A MIX OF PORTS WITH 1x AND 2.O (2.0 IS HIGHSPEED 1x IS NOT). I HOPE THIS HELPS!!!
Don't thru the camera out the window as it is working on the other system.
I assume you are connecting the camera to the computer USB port; if yes, please check the USB drivers of the operating system on the computer. there might be a physical USB port issue, or USB driver issue or USB port over current issue.
Check all this things before connecting ur camera or check with any other USB device.
Please discard that the USB port or the USB cable are defective. You can do it if you try to hook your camera in other personal computer using the same USB cable. If it works, then follow the next instructions.
Connect your camera to the PC thru the USB cable and turn it on.
If you are using Windows, go to the Control panel - System - Hardware - Devices - and check if there is any device that was not recognized by Windows. Such devices are marked with a yellow question mark.
If so, get into the device item and with right mouse click, select to update the device driver.
If there was not unrecognized device, then you can unistall your USB port driver and then run a change hardware status to recognize the USB port again, then run the update driver routine.
It could be. Check your Device Manager and make sure the device isn't disabled. Also each adapter has its own TCP/IP settings so make sure yours on your ethernet adapter are set the same as your USB adapter that is working. If it does turn out to be bad you can always add a new ethernet card for cheap.
connect your phone to the computer and choose com port. install the drivers. you also need to install the usb modem driver. then set up new dial-up connection with this modem, no user name or password and the number to dial is *99#