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Actually Windows Experience Feature is the answer! I had the same problem and could not install usb drivers for a MotoG on a win2012 Server, but when I installed Desktop Experience feature, all runs flawlessly, drivers auto-installed and all! BUT it is a little weird to find it... Go to: Server Manager -> Open Add Roles and Features Wizard -> Features -> ...
DELETE HOSTS FILE For advanced users only. For rooted Android devices only. Open File Manager App. Browse to root/system/etc. Delete hosts.txt file
DELETE HOSTS FILE For advanced users only and for rooted Android devices. Open File Manager App. Browse to root/system/etc. Delete hosts.txt file
In Windows go to Start -> Run -> cmd (right click Run as Administrator) netstat -b -a >> c:\PortLists.txt A few minutes later the command would be finished. Open the file and search "Mobile" word. [svchost.exe] UDP 0.0.0.0:5353 *:* Dnscache [svchost.exe] UDP 0.0.0.0:5355 *:* ...
I'm going to recommend you to try 2 things, then if all else fails contact Motorola. Clear the system cache. Many post-update issues can be fixed with this. It clears out all of your phone's temporary files, and after a update, the cache is usually junked up with all kinds of stuff. This site does an excellent job explaining the process. For users with ...
TL;DR: When you switch internet connections you get another IP address, the online services have to drop and re-authenticate because it is the only way to know who you are from a new IP. It has nothing to do with Android. It has nothing to do with Android, and everything to do with how TCP connections and IP addresses work. When you switch cell towers, ...
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