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Does HTC Charmer have USB 1.1 or USB 2.0?

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Does HTC Charmer have USB 1.1 or USB 2.0?

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I've checked the manual (specs are in the back), looked at the spec sheets I can find, searched high and low... you get the idea.

Anyway, no where can I confirm it is USB2 compatible BUT I suspect it is. The transfer speed seems pretty high and I've had several Windows Mobile devices over the years...

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I agree, but would like to know... anyone?

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I would say no since copying straight to the card through a USB2 card reader is sooo much faster than over activesync or using that mass storage device program.

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Does HTC Charmer have USB 1.1 or USB 2.0?

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HTC Charmet has USB 2.0! This info provided me T-mobile.

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ah! thanks for the info.

remember, card readers and things like that have buffers that hold the data before writing to the card, does not happen on the phone?

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