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Motorola SKN5004A ECOMOTO Micro USB Data Cable for MOTOROLA DROID A855 Motorola Cliq Karma QA1 Rival A455 Hint QA30 ZINE ZN5 ZN4 Krave E8 ROKR V9m RAZR2 and other Motorola micro USB devices
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- Motorola SKN5004A ECOMOTO Micro USB Data Cable (SKN5004A).
- Motorola SKN5004A ECOMOTO Micro USB Data Cable fits micro USB data ports on Motorola micro USB phone.
- Motorola USB Data Cable SKN5004A (micro USB), when used with appropriate software (Not Included), lets you manage the file contents of your Motorola micro USB phone models.
- Motorola SKN5004A ECOMOTO Micro USB Data Cable also can facilitate internet access for your computer, synchronize with Microsoft Outlook or other sync applications. This cable can be used as the charger from your computer's USB port.
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Cosmetics: the motorola symbol is a bit off, and the holographic sticker, isn't an actual hologram.
Performance: the cables aren't shielded as the Genuine OEM cables are (most customers wouldn't care, but I require shielded cables for what I do use the cables for), and the connector does not withstand light abuse (the OEM cables I have maintain their shape and functionality even after heavy abuse). The connector was easily bent while charging one of my devices, and as a result, it no longer maintains a connection. This has happened to two of the cables I got, and they fail to work after bent, and straightening them back didn't help either.
Verdict: Save yourself the money and pay a little extra for better cable (like a real Motorola cable, Mediabridge cable, or similar)
NOTE: Seller at the time of purchase was "BOQOPO".
Still using the cables on a daily basis and have added a third phone to the house that uses the micro USB. All of the cables continue to work great and connect to the phones for both power and data services.
Truly a great product for the price!!
Purchased from Seller1ON1, only mention this because of the grouping that Amazon is now doing.
Recently bought a Moto Droid RAZR and a HTC ReZound. I have standard mini USB cables all over the house and could charge my old phone just about anywhere; but when I got the new phones they were Micro USB. I looked at the brick and mortars (B&M) and knew I was going to be paying 7-12 USD a cable to buy micro USB cables for the house, car, and office.
Because I don't like to carry the cables with me; I needed approx 8 cables between the two phones, one cable came with each phone (actually the ReZound comes with a MHL [combination micro USB and HDMI] but a standard micro USB works) so I need a few more cables. I found these and decided to give them a try, ordered four originally, for less than I was going to get one cable from a B&M.
When they came in they had different stickers on the cable itself and the holographic sticker listed it as a different number (see my images of the product) but the construction of the cables appears identical (form, fit, and function exact match). After having used the cables for a couple of weeks they function perfectly for charging and transfers on both the ReZound and the RAZR.
I decided that I needed to get a couple more and so ordered again from Seller1ON1, two cables this time. They came in with the ECOMoto Green stickers this time and once again function exactly as expected.
I'm ecstatic to have six great micro USB cables purchased for 18 USD vice 42-72 USD!
Strangely enough, I visited two Verizon dealerships and the local Wal-mart and was unable to find a replacement OEM cable. The only cable products people carry around here are the no-name brand cables that are built with cheap plastic that will break if you give them a sideways glance.
The salespeople are always eager to tell you "this one has a lifetime warranty!"
Here's the thing: I'm used to manufacturers offering a lifetime warranty as a testament to the quality of the product they're selling. The reason these cheesy plastic Chinese built cables have been given a lifetime warranty is because they can produce about 4.3 trillion of them for $5 US , and they know you'll get tired of driving to the store to replace them after about the third or fourth time, so they end up turning 15,000,000% profit on each one. Every time I purchased a non-OEM sync cable, my Droid would not recognize it as a sync cable. It would charge my phone just fine, and it would even work as a sync cable for the first couple times I plugged it in, but after that it just wouldn't work to connect my phone to my computer.
I began to get really frustrated, too, that nobody offered OEM Motorola equipment in-store. It's just ridiculous. Thank god for Amazon. I found the original motorola sync cable on here for next to nothing. It's well built and most importantly, it works to both charge and sync my phone.
Five stars for a cable that does what it's supposed to do.
I have been doing Android Development since Android 1.0. Ever since the OG Droid came out, and made the Micro USB connector common place I have managed to chew through cheap usb cables. I have ordered cheap ones from Amazon, bought Monoprice cables, bought 'expensive' ones from Best Buy. All seem to have the same issue, the micro usb connector gets loose and ends up falling out. If you then try to jerry rig your cable to keep your device charging, or keep a data connection, you can risk bending the usb connector in the phone (my mother in law did this)...
A few years ago, I was able to work on a project where we got these Moto Micro USB cables, and I noticed right away they seemed firmer when connecting them to the device, and they did not seem to get loose.. I managed to scrounge a few up, but when I left my job I needed to find a replacement, and found them here on Amazon. Doing daily development on devices, I have managed to make a cable last over a year. My main issue now, is each device we purchase that comes with a usb cable, ends up getting loose, and getting replaced with one of my dev cables. Wife, kids, they are all guilty of stealing my cables. I just purchased 5 more..
Pros) Sturdy, Tight, everyone loves them (and borrows them!)
Cons) A little on the short side - wish they were a couple of feet longer, but for desktop development they are fine.
Looks like a couple of comments were about fake moto cables with no hologram (just a fake sticker). I buy with prime, if they are knockoffs, I will send them back, not had that issue yet though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had this cable for a month and it just stopped working. It would cost me more to send this junk back than to reorder one. Read morePublished 10 days ago by john r.
ordered it for my galaxy s3 and it worked like flying colors as expected. perfect cable for any android device. most definitely recommended. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D Blake
It's a cable, it does cable things well. I bought it because I specifically have a motorola phone but i do not notice it being any better than any other cable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sara
The cable I received didn't work. Maybe I was just unlucky and got the 1 in a million bad cable. I'm not purchasing another one to find out, I'm going with a different brand. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Diesel
I was actually expecting a little thicker wire but this cable outperforms any cable out there. If you are getting a slow charge message on your phone, this is the one to buy.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer