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Trouble with usb

I have been plugging my phone into my computer for months and transfering data with no problems at all. All of a sudden, when ever I plug the usb lead into the phone it doesnt register. The little usb icon doesnt come up on the phones screen and the computer cant find the phone. Did I stuff with a setting or is there something major wrong with my phone?? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks Niksta

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Re: Trouble with usb

This may not be any help, but I had the same problem with my MP3 player and it was the cable that was buggered. I bought a new one & all is good again. The old cable can still be used for charging, but not for data transfer. Don't know why.

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