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> Sl-c3000 - Usb Not Working !
post Mar 27 2009, 05:30 PM
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Please! I have a problem with my Zaurus and already tried by all the posts and not found anything! I do not see the demand for more options! If not with people who understand him better! I noticed the same problem with the User evilsocket on 18 topics to be down! I am thinking of the sharp call to see if they know something about it! If someone can help me! I am very grateful! Thank you![size="3"][/size] sad.gif
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post Apr 5 2009, 07:42 PM
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I have a different model, but want to chime in that getting USB to work properly has been difficult, I still cannot count on using it regularly.

But it isn't entirely clear where you are at with your problem at this point. And are you still using Cacko?

If I were in your shoes, and did not care what ROM, I would make sure I was using one that definitely has USB enabled. Then I would try getting just one low power device to work properly and understand how that works, before attaching a bunch of devices.

I don't know if this would help you, but I've found that the usbctl command makes a difference for inserting and ejecting devices. Try the following to check your status:

usbctl status 0 (checks slot 0)
usbctl status 1 (checks slot1)

Maybe that will help. To turn on for a slot 1, do:
usbctl on 1 and to turn off (eject), I try:
usbctl off 1 before taking out the device.
Maybe some of this will help.

This post has been edited by sdjf: Apr 5 2009, 07:44 PM
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