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In need of downloadable cables
San Diego, CA
Hi guys, I'm in desperate need of the onmipod and dexcom G4 with share cables to download my info on my computer. anyone who has updated any of these two and want to get rid of the cables? Help Please
I'm a mom supporting a child with type 1 diabetes since 2012.
It's the same cord that works for kindles or android phones. Should be able to get a replacement at your local Walmart or target.
Living with type 1 diabetes since 1984.
Fort Myers, FL
it's called a micro USB cable, and like****said, they're relatively very available and inexpensive.
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Let me know it's you and if you can help me out thank you all so much!!!!!!!
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