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Get a USB splitter. I’m actually surprised it didn’t come with something that like. Not sure if you need USB-A or C, but here’s an example of what you need.
USB Splitter, Andul USB 2.0 Y Splitter Charger Cable 1 Male to 2 Female Power Cord Extension Hub Adapter for Car / Laptop / LED Etc,Navy [link]
4 month later follow-up on this, because I hate when people don't come back and provide the solution to their problems lol and I think I finally got this one figured out :)
I'm 1 week shy of 2 months of uptime, which is as good as I've ever had since this issue started occurring. Surprisingly, it doesn't appear that it was the RAM. While I'd tried multiple different brands of USB sticks previously I now believe this issue was caused by something with the USB drives and their interfacing with the system, and/or the usage of a USB splitter I was using since I only had 1 free USB port. This is the adapter for anyone curious.
Anyways, since moving to internal SATA SSD's the issue seems to have vanished! Fingers continue to be crossed by it's looking good!
Sabrent 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with Individual LED lit Power Switches (HB-UMLS) [link]
If you are planning on (re)taking it in April (which I think you should because it sounds like you've come too far to let this darn test win!! Keep pushing!), I would recommend requesting a tablet and hotel voucher from LSAC. I've heard others having problems with Macs as well, especially the new ones...
The tablet they send is already set perfectly to take the test. I'm taking the LSAT tomorrow and requested a tablet a couple weeks back from LSAC for my Feb. test since I don't have a laptop that I would trust come test taking time (old laptop with RAM and other issues...).
It arrived about a week ago, so I've had time to familiarize myself with it and see how a PT feels on it. If you do request a tablet, I would also recommend getting a USB splitter (like this one) and USB-C to USB adapter (like these) for connecting your mouse and keyboard since the tablets only have one USB-C port.
I haven't utilized the hotel voucher options because I'm very fortunate to have a room in my house that I was able to transform into an LSAT-takers dream, but I've read positive things from others on this thread who have used the hotel option!
You've made it this far, and these circumstances don't define you. Keep charging forward!
Do you think this usb splitter would work to save up a port?
I just received the receiver today, and its plugged into the bikes usb and connected as a headset. My phone is connected to the bike too.
I don't get the option for Android Auto even though my bike is fully updated.
What am I doing wrong?
Edit I most likely figured it out. I have to power the receiver separately so I'll have to order a usb splitter that is capable of transmitting data.
Like this one: [link]