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Not detected on computer

My O2 USB is not detected in my PC but it's working fine in wall charger. Does anyone have any idea what's wrong? Will reflashing gonna solve this?

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Pm10a usb device not recognised

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Please to use Activesync 4.5

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   Just do one thing frst of aal u need to select a usb option on hndset only than it will be detected on pc. u go to Start>>>Programs>>>Wireless Links/Wireless modem>>>Select USB>>>Press Start .this will sort out ur problem.






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