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Motorola Micro-USB Data Cable

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List Price: $19.95
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Part# A6559
Mnf# SKN6238A

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Android Motorola Micro-USB Data Cable

Product Description

The Motorola Micro USB Data Cable allows you to access your data, internet and email on the go.

Just plug most Android phones in with the Micro-USB end, then insert the USB end of the cable into any PC or Laptop and you're ready to transfer data. 

Features:

  • Cable Length = 3.3 ft
  • OEM Data Cable
  • Micro-USB device connection

Please Note: Data cable only. Software not included.

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User: Mike Welsh, May 7, 2011
Pros: -
Cons: Cable failure after less than 1 month
I bought this cable about 1 month ago. Ive used it quite a few times without a problem. Then just last week, I developed a problem with (what I thought was) my phone (Moto Atrix). My phone displayed in my notifications "preparing internal storage, checking for errors". This occurred after attempting to load some music onto my phone. I went through absolutely everything trying to figure out the problem. Long story short, I got a replacement phone. I set up my "replacement" Atrix and went to plug it in with THIS cable, my computer (windows 7 64bit), kept reading "USB device not recognized". DAMN! So I initially thought it was my replacement phone. Well, the only thing I never tried with my original phone was to use the Original cable. So, now that it crossed my mind, I tried it with most current problem on my replacement phone, and BINGO. All this sh*t due to a cable. Now I wonder if I really ever had a problem with my original phone or if it was caused by a data interruption because of THIS CABLE. Inspecting the original oem cable vs. this cable, this one looks like a fake/copy. I hope shopandriod.com looks into this.