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I have my IMATE SP5 connected to my computer and the plug/charing icon is shown on my phone. However, when i go to the windows mobile center it says nothing is connected.How do i get my computer to recognize that my phone is connected? Its weird because when i first plugged my phone into the computer it installed the ms network driver for the phone. I dont see the phone under 'Computer' or in the device manager. Can any one help? Thanks

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Try turning off 'advanced networking' in Settings -> Connections on your device perhaps? That makes the PC see it as something different - could help.

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Looks like after deep searching its the darn firewall causing the issue. Atleast the connection issue. For future people with the problem I looked here http://www.modaco.co...=...&hl=connect

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Of course!

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