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USB Device not supported

(Topic created on: 18-02-2022 03:04 PM)
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oryan_ye
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hi all, 

I bought a device that combines AUX and female type C to male type C. I added a picture. 

When connected, a message says "the connected USB device isn't supported. 

How can it be enabled? 

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Ventor
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@oryan_ye Hello, I think that this adapter is simply not compatible with your device.






"The quieter you become-the more you are able to hear..."


Sean03
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Are you using this for headphones? It may be that it doesn't have a digital analog converter inside (which is needed to do the work of sending digital USB signal to analog AUX). Adaptors that come with a USB-IF certificate will have the needed converter to play with your smartphone. I only mention this in case you're worried about buying another adapter and the same result happening in the future.
oryan_ye
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Thank you, I didn't know such thing is needed 🤦‍♂️

I'll search for it. 

MystyB
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I get the same error with the adapter that came with my Galaxy fe 5g, so not sure how to make it work

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movement
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It isn't working for me aswell
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