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Trying a different USB port and restarting the ADB server worked for me.
Check out a site like. This [http://androidxda.com/download-lg-usb-drivers] and find a usb driver for your phone then install and try again. Because windows default drivers arent for debugging if I recall correctly
First Go to [settings]. Then go to (general column). Then go to [developer options]. If you are not getting developer options, then in the same area go to [about the device]. Go to [build number]. Tap on it 5-7 times. Then go to developer options. I guarantee this will help you.
options for fixing USB not authorized (On device) Go to settings/about device, scroll to "build" Tap on build 7 times to enable developer options Back out to main settings screen, goto developer options Enable USB connection or (On device) Using a file manager that has root access Remove "adb_key" /data/misc/adb/adb_key Reboot your phone ...
Check your USB cable, make sure you've connet your pc successfully, and then install drive, enable USB debugging.
It appears that you are using Android Studio (or another IDE). Try turning on developer mode and then connect the device.
get a better quality cable. cheap cables are only good for charging.
Had the same problem and nothing worked until I made sure I was using a USB data cable. Maybe the one I was using is for charging only
I would leave a comment but I dont have enough reputation. I found this question and the first answer maybe shows a possible solution posted on xda. For this you need root. Download & install a Terminal Emulator on your Android Tablet. Run the Emulator & enter the following commands: dhcpcd usb1 setprop net.dns1 220.127.116.11 The ...
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