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USB-C to USB-C cable Arduino is not responding even not powered by this cable

That Nano is not USB-C compliant. Yes, it has the connector, but it doesn't do all the required handshaking to put the USB-C port on the laptop into host (and provide power) mode. This is needed ...
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Arduino Leonardo/Pro Micro sleep and USB

The Arduino has several sleep modes. They differ mainly by the clocks that are kept running, the peripherals that are enabled, and the possible wake-up sources. All these modes are described in the ...
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Arduino Leonardo/Pro Micro sleep and USB

This would better serve as a comment, but I can't post comments (yet)... What is your application doing? Is it supposed to be asynchronous? Why are 1-2 seconds too long? By the "USB" ...
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My ESP32-S3 DevkitC-1 has two USB micro ports labeled 'USB' and 'UART'. What are they for?

The USB port connects directly to the D+/D- pins of the ESP32, which allows it to act as a USB host. CircuitPython, for instance, uses this functionality to look like a USB flash drive. You could also ...
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