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Alternatively, is there any other way to fullfil my use case scenario? The constraint is that communication must go through the (USB?)cable. Yes, there are many ways. Other than suggested by Izzy, you can also use a file server app to run a local WebDav/FTP/SSH/Samba server on you android and connect your PC to it via USB Tethering. Otherwise, you can ...


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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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I am presuming that your device doesnot support SD-card (memory-card). You can see MTP, it means that drivers are fine. Update your TWRP TWRP for LG Nexus 5 Update your drivers and reboot PC. Format Data from Wipe option in TWRP. Connect to PC, and hope you can see MTP. Copy CM12 (for your device ONLY) ROM from PC to internal storage. Don't forget Gapps ...


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Switch off your device. Take out your memory card. Place it in some card reader. Access it on your computer and place the ROM in it. Now, place the memory card back to your device and go to recovery. Flash the ROM from memory card and you are good to go... :)


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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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Since the Xperia Control Panel automatically appears every time you connect the device, it seems a default action is set on Windows AutoPlay. Usually, Windows will ask the user what to do when a device is connected to the PC (e.g. open folder to view files, take no action, etc.), and the user can set it as default action (which removes this pop-up and ...


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I assume you are running Windows 7 on the computer that you had mentioned. If so, type MSConfig at the Start->Run like this: Once it is open, Click on the tab "Startup" which will show all the apps/modules that can load during system start up. Scan through the list carefully and disable (clear the tick/check) the item that you could identify close to ...


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I don't have a definitive answer for you, but I can see one issue you might run into right away. This is a control panel window, so anything you do to stop it from appearing might well affect the whole Control Panel. Was this something you installed manually or no? If it is, have you tried updating it? If not, I do know that Sony has a standalone PC ...



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