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Is the USB cord USB 3.0?

  1. Theendgamelv3
    Froyo Aug 12, 2014


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  2. Hanson Lee
    Marshmallow Aug 12, 2014


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  3. Cometat
    Cupcake Aug 12, 2014

    Cometat , Aug 12, 2014 :
    Even if it doesn't make sense but when I plug my OPO into a USB 2.0 port Windows 7 responds
    that higher transition rates can be achieved by using a HiSpeed (3.0) port .. and it really worked
    (roughly a third of the time) when transferring 2GB of data
     

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  4. SmartPhone
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 12, 2014

    SmartPhone , Aug 12, 2014 :
    No....usb2.0
     

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  5. Theendgamelv3
    Froyo Aug 12, 2014

    Theendgamelv3 , Aug 12, 2014 :
    What do their ports have to do with anything? I am just asking about the cable and if it is USB 3.0.

    Edit:Thank guys =).
     

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  6. Deactivated User
    Aug 12, 2014


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  7. aliplus
    Honeycomb Aug 12, 2014


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  8. aspherical
    Jelly Bean Aug 12, 2014


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  9. AzJazz
    Honeycomb Sep 16, 2014

    AzJazz , Sep 16, 2014 :
    @Cometat - It's definitely USB 2.0, as others have noted. I noticed the same thing with regards to the Win7 pop-up. I started a JIRA ticket: https://jira.cyanogenmod.org/browse/BACON-1273

    Regarding your "it really worked (roughly a third of the time)", don't get faked out by Win7's file caching mechanisms. I thought I was getting awesome speeds when doing some USB file transfers, but the data was being taken from cache - which made it look artificially faster.
     
    Last edited: Sep 16, 2014

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  10. dragon2777
    Jelly Bean Sep 16, 2014