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My usb cable doesnt respond when i connect it to my phone and computer.what do i do bc it responds when i connect my camera.i can't download music or videos to my mp3 player on my phone.can u please help me.

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    When I connect my phone to the computer, I have always used my usb cable. It has worked every time - up until now. A message keeps popping up saying "usb device not recognized" which is frustrating me as I cannot download any photos etc. There is nothing wrong with my computer or my phone as I have tried using a friend's cable (of the same make) and it worked. I have kept my cable in perfect condition so what is wrong? I really need a solution to this asap.

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