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USB Mass Storage REBOOT

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X2' started by MistaWolfe, Jun 25, 2011.

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    Every time I plug my phone into my computer and select "USB Mass Storage" I get a reboot. Once it reboots, I unplug my cord and replug it in, and I'm good.

    This is really annoying, has anyone else had this happen? I'm wondering how to fix it.

    Thanks.
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    Go to manage applications, on sd card, and move any apps that are on the sd card to the phone. That should fix it.
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    I did the partition switch that was on this thread, so is the SD card you're referring to the "Media Area"? Because that is all I have...

    Thanks for the quick reply.
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    Probably. Sorry, I don't have an X2. The idea is you want all your apps on the partition that is not mounted when connecting usb. I imagine that's called phone. The X2 mounts two partitions when connected to usb - the sd card and I guess what they're calling the media area.
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    Shot in the dark here. But did you by chance root and freeze any app? If so, did you check to make sure you didn't freeze the USB service/app. If you did that could potentially cause the reboot.



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    I have this problem 3 out of every 5 times I do it. Don't have apps on my SD card, do have things frozen, but nothing that should cause this issue.

    When I have it connected and select to mount the USB Mass Storage and it reboots, if I leave it connected to my computer it boots, mounts, reboots. If I disconnect during the reboot, let it boot and mount the card on the phone, then plug it in, it works for a few times.
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    I let it reboot, then I "catch" the USB notification in the drop down shade quick and switch it to charge before it reboots. This will stop an instant reboot. Then I switch it back to USB. 1 out of 5 times I will not get a reboot. Really annoying. I rooted, froze/removed, and supercharged, but nothing that should cause this. I think the partition switch messed it up.
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