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So there are many different threads and posts all over the internet trying to solve this issue for various Android devices. It seems that sometimes these work, but not always. I think I've finally found a step that works most of the time (it excludes hardware issues for example). Start off with your device connected. Essentially, there is an issue with the ...


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Do you have Samsung Kies installed? Samsung phones don't use the generic Google-provided driver for MTP in Windows, but if you install the correct Kies version it'll also load the relevant driver. This post on XDA-forums explains more about the cause, just don't forget to substitute the Samsung driver for the Google one when following the steps. If you ...


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Typical, I post the question and then immediately find a solution (of sorts). One way to resolve it is to go into Device Management, right click on "Google Galaxy Nexus ADB Interface", select "Uninstall" and make sure that the tickbox for removing the drivers is selected. Once that has completed, install Samsung Kies (ugh) and you'll find that it is now ...


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I had tried tons of proposed solution and it seem doesn't work for my Samsung Note 3. However i finally solve without installing/uninstalling anything. Problem Solved as following; 1) Reboot phone to Recovery Mode. 2) Wipe Cache Partition. 3) Restart phone and connect to PC. Bum!!! Window successfully installed your MTP driver.


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I had tried tons of proposed solution and it seem doesn't work for my Samsung Note 3. However i finally solve without installing/uninstalling anything. Problem Solved as following; 1) Reboot phone to Recovery Mode. 2) Wipe Cache Partition. 3) Restart phone and connect to PC. Bum!!! Window successfully installed your MTP driver.


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I think that 'broken' means 'unsupported file system'. You can try searching for solution even just in Play Store. I had similar situations what I tried to connect ntfs pendrive to smartphone. This helped me, but I feel like You do not have ntfs file system there. Hope that it somehow helps.


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Try uninstalling drivers. There is a tool in the Nexus root toolkit http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/



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