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Yes, it is possible to transfer using an OTG cable. But you require at least one of the phones to support OTG, and it is better explained here. The phones mentioned in the post are Xperia and Micromax. I am sure it will work with the rest of the OTG-supported phones too.


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Yes it does, but probably not on the official ROMs. It is working on CM12 and recent CM11-based ROMs. The broadcom chip inside galaxy s2 plus supports multi-role (but with probably newer drivers), so it even doesn't disconnect from wifi while it is mirroring.


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As pointed out in my comment on the question: Copying the SD card while it's mounted in your device might cause you some "data loss". So e.g. the .android_secure directory is "locked down" and won't be exposed to your computer; if you have apps installed on your card, they would "break". I understand a card reader is not the preferred option for you. So ...


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Sometimes you can not move files like this using USB. I have faced this issue there are two solutions for this: 1.You can use external card reader and then make copy. Instead of Drag and Drop open your sd-card window and location where you want to put the files. Then Select folders->copy them and without closing the window paste on the destination.


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A great place to start would be on the ROM list for your device on XDA. There are many options available, so which one you want to install comes down to user preference. Please note that it will be required that you root your device, so proceed with caution as your warranty will be void. Your other alternative is building it yourself from source.


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It seems your reader gets it's power through USB and Android devices needs to support usb on-the-go to be able to power other devices through USB. Your tablet apparently doesn't support this.


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If you have got root acces then install an app from the play store that can shut down your phone. Like this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=GRuV.PowerOff.PowerOff Hope it helps!


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Ok, i think answering my own question will be helpful for other to easily to get.Right,the Solution is Keeping in an uncooked rice for some hours made phone to work. As the comments to my question pointed out, definitely … avoid drying it with heat (e.g. in the sun, on a heater, or with a hairdryer) keep the battery out of the device during the ...



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