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Mine has a same issue Bluetooth won’t sync and usb isn’t being recognized , if you tap on the usb option it’s like it isn’t even there

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No PC stated (you are posted to computers and not CELL phones)
NO OS stated at all windows/ y/n if yes, which one W10?
NO DEVICE STATED, USB. (vast and endless this)
are you sure BT works on this unstated PC.?
most old PCs it was an option on laptops. very common..
IF BT works on other devices say so and do so. first.
or run HWinfo32.exe portable and free to see if the BT port option is even there at all. inside unstated PC.

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check your data cable. Maybe you have troubled with your data cable. Cable track is not connected from begin to the end. If you don't have a problem with your data cable, check the condition of the slot connector on the camera. Perhaps, the connection between usb connector is not the right track.

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