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The following methods are tested on Windows 7; Ubuntu based Distribution and Slackware with desktop environment KDE 4.1x. Nothing can be said about Mac. The answer is intended to serve as a consolidated guide for the various methods out there. Few following methods requires USB Tethering to be enabled. This can be achieved by instructions mentioned below: ...


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Try app "Bluetooth File Transfer" it preserves the modified date with move. And I believe with copy too but try with one file/ folder first to make sure. It can also explore the other device via bluebooth.


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There are a few ways to mount an Android device to your Mac. I'm not sure if all the following are supported on the Galaxy S4, depending in part on what version of Android you have. (There are other methods for accessing files on your phone, some of which would require root.. but these listed below are built into most recent versions of Android.) The ...


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You should install the appropriate drivers for your Mac. You can install Samsung Kies and the drivers will be automatically installed. If not worked try to install the official google drivers from their website.


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use import windows file app that come along with bluestacks.


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Using ES Explorer 1 - Download Es from App-store and Enable and Connect WiFi 2- Open ES Menu Go to LAN, On your computer share the folder (Read/write Access/Everyone) on network and enable network discovery 3- Scan or add IP of Windows Computer and use windows user/pass 4- You can now copy paste files between two devices easily It Will Work 100%


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For BlueStacks App Player for Windows v 0.9.0.4049 and higher There is a shared folder between BlueStacks and Windows: BlueStacks: /sdcard/windows/BstSharedFolder (you may need to install a file explorer app such as "ES File Explorer" to access this folder) Windows: <BLUESTACKS_DATA>/UserData/SharedFolder (by default, <BLUESTACKS_DATA> is ...


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In my case the Android File Transfer App made my whole Macbook touch input freeze, so I had to find a away around this problem. The solution from this page worked: https://cooltrainer.org/taming-android-file-transfer-on-mac-os-x/ Kill all Android File Transfer (AFT) processes using Activity Monitor Remove AFT from your login items Remove the agent with the ...


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I could use this script to pull the database files from Trepn. output_dir=$@ #Get all of a directory(sdcard), and filter them for file in `adb shell ls /sdcard/trepn/*.db` do file=`echo -e $file | tr -d "\r\n"` # pull the command adb pull $file $output_dir adb shell "rm $file" done


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Get filedrop (it requires the person that you want to transfer the file to to have it) It works a lot like AirDrop but on any device. I use it often when I have to transfer files between my friends. There are two options on a computer, either their app, or their website


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SuperbeamPro has the ability to share file between android and pc through wifi direct


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Sounds like the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) isn't working right on your phone. In that case, you have two options: transfer wirelessly using an app transfer manually with debugging enabled Wirelessly This is the more straightforward method. Using an app like AirDroid, you get a GUI for transferring files from your phone to your computer wirelessly. ...


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Yes, it is possible to transfer using an OTG cable. But you require at least one of the phones to support OTG, and it is better explained here. The phones mentioned in the post are Xperia and Micromax. I am sure it will work with the rest of the OTG-supported phones too.


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I figured out the error. It turned out the music files I had, apparently I didn't have ownership over them so I couldn't transfer them ....


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I had the same problem and a reboot did the trick for me.


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I highly recommend Total Commander for Android and its totalbox plugin for Dropbox files manipulation tasks. It's almost as convenient as on a PC.


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I had a similar problem a few weeks ago (same phone, same OS). I turned off the phone and took the battery out for about 1-minute. Then put the battery back in and restarted the phone. Not sure if it will work for you, but I figured I'd try to help.



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