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Same problem here with Motorola Moto G 1st and 2nd gen after Lollipop update. All the files will be able to be transferred after a restart but no new files after the restart is transferable. You must restart your device after every new files download to be copied to your PC via USB.


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You can use different methods to copy files between laptop and phone. I use FTPserver (on the phone plus a client like Filezilla on the laptop) and BTsync over wifi. I don't leave them running, stop them right after using. With BTsync I empty the folders after use and stop the service at my desktop as well. This doesn't require a cable connection. Another ...


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You can also use Airdroid (available on Play Store) and use the website ( http://web.airdroid.com/ ) to transfer files from a computer to your Android device. You don't need any cable to use that application, it uses your wifi connection.


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You should install drivers for your device first. When you connect device to computer select from settings on device, usb connection most related to mass storage. Just google for android usb connection mass storage. After this you can see in your computer internal phone storage and also external sd card(if you have one) as drives.


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You should be able to move files with the built in file manager. On my Samsung S3 phone, it's called "My Files" and looks like a file folder. The manager has options to copy from SD card to device memory. If you don't have a default file manager, you can get one (eg. ES File Explorer) from the play store.


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Check question #3134. It gives you a few ways of how to use your phone as an "access point" to the Internet. You can also use your phone as a proxy if you have a compatible ssh daemon (such as dropbear) installed. With this approach you can overcome tethering restrictions if present. Another way might be a combination of port forwarding on your Android box ...


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If your internet provider supports tethering, you can connect your phone over USB with your PC. Then enable tethering at Settings > More > Tethering. You are now using your phone's internet on your computer. If you download a file, it will be downloaded through your phone. If your carrier doesn't support tethering directly with your data plan, you can use ...



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