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Usb cable connection

Computer reject usb cable

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  • popsy964 Apr 27, 2008

    I have the same problem! There are 4 usb ports on my pc and it disconnects the Samsung YP-T9 immediately! BUT I can recharge it though with the same cable!!??
    Can anyone help?I have updated the firmware, & the driver as it went into Bluetooth Mode for no apparent reason.It's upgraded but deleted all my songs,now I can't download onto it!

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Try 2 things:

1) another usb cable
2) another computer

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