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You should be able to access all of your Google Play music on a computer: Google Play Music. You can download any purchased music though the browser. For instance: I purchased an album from Google Play and it is available for download using the website on the computer (see image). Hope this helps]2
most probably the songs that you have downloaded using google play music app are drm protected, that could be the reason you are not able transfer them to your laptop.
I've seen this issue solved before by removing the phone from Windows device manager. Then use Add Hardware to bring it back, but don't let it automatically add it. Instead select Choose Device from List. Then don't choose PTP or MTP, but chose USB mass storage device. I know your device does not have a mass storage mode, but this has worked on other ...
Connect your galaxy S4 to the PC first (don't bother if not recognized). Go the the Device Manager (Right click on ‘My Computer’ and select ‘properties’ then ‘Device Manager’ in the left sidebar, or go to ‘Control Panel’ then ‘system’ then ‘Device Manager’ from the left sidebar). Next, find the Android device driver if found then right click uninstall. ...
This looks like the Windows driver function timeout error. What you can try: 1) Open device manager. 2) find your device under "portable devices" 3) Uninstall the device. 4) reboot PC and reconnect the device. 5) Allow the device to install again and check if it works now. 6) If it doesn't, try installing the Google USB driver for the device. Best of ...
This might be a simple problem of a write protection or permissions issue. Take a backup of your SD card and format the SD card. This may reset the permissions and you will be able to write into the SD card
Try: adb pull /sdcard/0/clockworkmod/backup C:\Users\ArtyNinja\Documents\Backup\1970-01-01.10.07.09_LXB22.46-28.1\ or adb pull /sdcard/clockworkmod/backup C:\Users\ArtyNinja\Documents\Backup\1970-01-01.10.07.09_LXB22.46-28.1\
The method I've used with great success is WiFi, using ES File Explorer on both devices ( sender and receiver). I simply turn on the WiFi, on both units, to access my home WAN, start ES File Explorer on both devices, select the files/folders I want to send, choose the 'Send' option, and on the receiving device - accept, select save location, press 'OK' to ...
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