Good that you found it again.
As I have posted here long time ago, some manufacturer kept distance to USB-C as the risk of finding a not “matching” combination in the market was simply too high to maybe get liable for a damage caused by using their device with such a improper implemented USB-C cable.
Well people asked for USB-C in their FP2/3, now people have USB-C in their FP3. For known reason to me I never wanted it.
After all, it’s not the problem of FP3, but the general problem of how USB, more precisely USB-C is implemented in the market. On Amazon it’s meanwhile very risky to receive a proper manufactured USB-C cable. But one can find a bad one at almost every place. Only testing can show, which is risky after all. The price is no guarantee being save of a fake/wrong wired cable.
If one does not need faster charging a µUSB -> USB-C adapter (preferable of a magnetic type) should serve well and also provide data transmission.