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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 42882 13-Oct-2009 14:59
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I have a HTC hero and am trying to use HTC snyc software to connect hero to pc via.

i have downloaded the latest sync but all it shows is "disconnected" on the bottom corner when i try to connect hero to it.

I'm running WIN7 64bit but have also tried it on winxp.

want to update to 1.6

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BDFL - Memuneh
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  Reply # 263669 13-Oct-2009 15:11
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You are not using a USB Hub or similar are you?

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  Reply # 263672 13-Oct-2009 15:14
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Nah direct USB to PC.
I think i may of got it working (semi) i have to restart hero.. seems to be working except it says win7 is missing ADB driver.


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  Reply # 263718 13-Oct-2009 18:44
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There is a problem with the WIn7 drivers. There is a workaround for this , have a look here

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  Reply # 263813 14-Oct-2009 09:15
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Thanks got it working.

Im trying to update hero to 1.6 via the HTC site but when i enter my serieal it says "sorry this software download is not suitable for this device"

Where can i get 1.6 from?

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