My little plastic piece inside the USB connector is broken
need the connector replaced.. is that possble and how much will it cost
can i do my self, where do i get the part from and how much will be it in cost
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Here's where to get hold of solutions to this common problem.
it's most likely cos
1. you don't have drivers for the usb
2. You haven't enabled usb connectivity Make sure USB Debugging is turned on. On the G1 click the Menu button and go to Settings > Applications > Development and check USB Debugging if it isn't already.
3. If everything fails, you may need to check your cable to see if it's still okay. borrow another one or buy cheaply from a reputable seller on ebay.
for more info. http://forums.t-mobile.com/t5/T-Mobile-G1/window-doesn-t-detect-G1-via-USB/m-p/366761
Your charging port is probably bad. It is a common issue. You can take it into an electronics shop and they could fix it by sending it to the manufacturer, but it might cost more than a new phone like the HTC incredible
do you mean the plug doesn't fit snugly and has to be jiggled to charge ?
If so, this is a simple repair you can perform yourself if you're skilled with a soldering iron.
What has happened is the USB connector and the guide post (black plastic thing in the center with the contacts) has loosened. This is becoming a commonly published issue with newer BB's and RIM refuses to call it a defect and recall the millions of afflicted phones.
The connector is standard and can be replaced with a MiniUSB plug from almost any device including a digital camera. If you have experiences with a local electronics repair shop then have them replace the USB connector.
There are numerous services on the web who can perform this repair and often for less than $50 USD.
LCD is inside the front glass that has logo of htc
the upper glass is called touch panel or digitizer it is working as u say but lcd is broken u can see visible cracks on it and it may partially display or not at all then ur lcd is broken by pressure or impact u need to get it replaced around like 100-150 dollars depends on the model and size of the lcd screen
I too have been experiencing problems. Replaced the battery but it happened again.
The battery says it is at almost 100% capacity however several times in the day, when I go to turn it on it doesn't respond. I end up taking the battery out and then have to connect it to a charger (USB) so that the charging light blinks red once and then turns off. I can then put in the battery again and it will start up again.
If I don't connect it to the charger cable to drain (get the red light to flash once), and try just putting back in the battery, I've noticed that the screen has a faint glow as though it was on but the screen is completely blank.
I'm starting to think that there must be a short circuit somewhere because I'm going to assume that the new battery is good.
Marc1234: sounds like the backlight is out......possibly a software malfunction.....try goign to www.t-mobile.com/wmuprade to reinstall the software....if that doesnt work, contact htc or your service provider....you will need a replacement. if youre out of warrenty, it will be a lost cause....
Guest,: your USB port is broken, if you dont fix it yourself, you will need another phone.