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HTCSync no device connected error, with EVO 4g

Posted on 2011-02-16
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Running windows xp on my laptop. After installation of HTCSync when try to runHTCSync it says "No device connected"
after I disconnect usb and connect again, in system tray it give message:
"HTCSync port of PC36100 not responding..."

I have also installed PdaNet for internet access which is working fine.
Any help ?
Thanks.
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I found the answer to my question. You have to change usb status to Sync on phone itself.

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yes close it .
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