Could anyone help me identify what type of SMD component the one in the red circle is? The label seems to be ID but I can't really tell very well because it's so small. My guess is that it's a diode but I could be wrong so I'm looking for another person's opinion. It appears to be the first component connected to the 5V input of the USB port. I tried checking its resistance in both directions but it seems to be open except when there is power where I can measure -2.4 Mohms in one direction.
The device is my Wacom Intuos 5 graphics tablet which doesn't work via USB but works via wireless sans battery charging. I tried using a cable to temporarily jumper that component and it worked so the component is surely broken. I think I'll be able to repair this myself if I can identify what it is.
I'm just a hobbyist so I need some expert advise. You think it would be safe to just solder in a jumper and bypass this component? If it's a diode, would any common diode be ok (even non-SMD)?
Thanks in advance! I'd save a lot of money if I can get this to work instead of buying a new one so any help would be very much appreciated!