This article explains why USB devices are not charged when the mobile device setting under Device Access Control (DAC) is set to BLOCK.
iDLP leverages Microsoft API to change the mobile device status. If the mobile device has been blocked, it will also show as being blocked in the Windows Device Manager. For example:
In this status, whether the mobile device can be charged or not will depend purely on the OS and USB device’s implementation. This cannot be controlled by iDLP Device Control.
Here is a list of possible charging statuses in Window 7 and Windows 10 for reference. In a real case, the results may still vary due to the USB port’s implementation.
|-||Windows 7 before re-plug||Windows 7 after re-plug|
|USB 2.0 port||Charging||Stop charging|
|USB 3.0 port||Charging||Stop charging|
|-||Windows 10 before re-plug||Windows 10 after re-plug|
|USB 2.0 port||Stop charging||Stop charging|
|USB 3.0 port||Stop charging||Stop charging|
|USB 3.0 boost port||Charging||Charging|