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I have a vodafone 360 samsung m1 cell phone. when i connect it with my pc. nothing occur. only the phone start charging. I cannot connect it with my pc for data transfer.I have the latest pc studio for samsung handsets. i changed the phone usb settings. but nothing occured. plse help me.

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  • Lamini Kamal
    Lamini Kamal Apr 25, 2012

    dude did u finally find a way to connect ur phone to ur pc if so pls help cuz I seem to hav the same problem
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Pls help me on how to set up my usb

Posted on Oct 31, 2011

  • i have vodafone 360 samsung m1 i cant transfer data from my phone to my pc! it just only chargeing

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