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If you want to give adbfs a try, here are some instructions. You need to take care to grab the right one, as there are two projects around: one is simply called adbfs, I couldn't get that to work correctly. The other is adbfs-rootless: go to the projects github page on that page, at the right-hand side in about the middle of the page, you find a button ...
On Nexus 7 2013, Settings > Storage > Hamburger icon (top-right) > USB computer connection.
People who designed MTP and those file formats had in mind that in the future, it woudnt be cheapsakes like me with a android device.i mean windows XP and no sd card im a cheapsake indeed. Answer to my question is using the wifi transfer app from the playstore. Then using this method refered here Do you know an app that can split files on the computer and ...
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
An alternative would be to use adb push resp. adb pull to initiate a file transfer between computer and Android device. For this, you don't even need the entire Android SDK on your computer, a few files suffice (see: Is there a minimal installation of ADB?). On a Linux system, you could even mount the Android device using adbfs (see here), and thus access it ...
This is one of the reasons MTP was introduced for: independency of the file system format used "behind it". You can compare it to using "standard SQL" to retrieve data from a database via an ODBC driver: your application does not need to know whether there's a MySQL, Oracle, PostGreSQL, or whatever database behind it. As long as it sticks to standard SQL ...
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