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I have the same issue on Google Nexus 10. And I've recently find out that this happens only in ES File Explorer. I've downloaded movie using Google Chrome and the speed was 7 000 kbps, but the same file from the same site through ES Exp - < 500 kbps...
For this Task I use an app called shoutr. As I could see it is using the built in WiFi and so you get the full WiFi speed. I like the interface; it's very easy to share music, videos and photos with friends on the way.
Use ADB on a computer while your device is in recovery. To copy a file from the computer via usb, use this: adb push /path/to/local/ROM.zip /sdcard/ This will copy the local file to the device in the specified location. Directories can be created on the device via the shell: adb shell and using the usual shell commands to navigate around and create ...
No, there are other ways to copy files from a USB pen drive to a phone. According to USB Host Diagnostics, the N8000 can support the USB OTG (on-the-go) cable, assuming you have the latest firmware. Just plug-in the USB pen drive (or USB stick) into it. This cable will cost you USD1 or less. If you have root, you can use StickMount to make the mounting of ...
If you're able to transfer the split files from your pc to your android device, which most probably will, you can use this app to join the files. Also make sure you split the file using 7zip on your pc. Hope this helps
Have you tried Wugfresh's Nexus Root Toolkit? It should be able to do that.
Due to the contacts, msm were stored in htc's memory or SIM, not SD, you cannot directly export them. Since I bought “Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager”, this is the user gudie: how to transfer contacts from htc to computer. and use it, no matter how many text messages I have, It can provide me a fast speed for backup. More importantly, It has its own desktop ...
Agreeing with Joachim ... To access the phone's internal storage you need to install libmtp and mtpfs for your linux distro. Something like : sudo mtpfs -o allow_other /mnt ... should help. Good discussion here : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1720464
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