My FreeRunner’s USB port still works for power, but not data?

Brolin Empey brolin at
Sun Mar 7 09:24:13 CET 2010

Paul Fertser wrote:
> Brolin Empey<brolin at>  writes:
>> See the second pin from the left?  I assumed it was pin 4 (ID) because
>> of the pinout images on Wikipedia, but I think it may actually be pin 2
>> (D-).
> I think it is D- and it is broken, so yes, the only option is to
> replace the socket it seems...

I got someone at work to replace the socket;  my FreeRunner’s USB port 
now works for both power + data again. :)

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