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Old 08-25-17, 11:51 AM
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supplying power from bosch intuvia ebike to gpsmap 64s does not work

When the 64s is connected to the Bosch Intuvia, the 64s shows the pc connection screen. So the 64s is unuseable. How can this be solved ?
Thanks for you help

When the 64s is connected to the Bosch Intuvia, the 64s shows the pc connection screen. So the 64s is unuseable. How can this be solved ?
Thanks for you help
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Very old thread I realise, but the answer should be simple: Use a power-only USB cable. Meaning one that connects only the power leads, not the data leads. I'm not allowed to post links yet, but it should be possible to find this on ebay or similar.
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Very old thread I realise, but the answer should be simple: Use a power-only USB cable. Meaning one that connects only the power leads, not the data leads. I'm not allowed to post links yet, but it should be possible to find this on ebay or similar.
I had no idea that such a thing existed and they are actually quite common. A Google search turned up this one on Amazon as an example. USB Power Cable. Great post.
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