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Try using Airdroid. It's available in the Amazon appstore.
Uninstall the device from Device Manager, then plug it out and in again :)
Transfer files through USB (Windows & Mac OS) You can use a USB cable to transfer music, pictures, and other files from your device to a computer and vice versa. Related settings To change your device's USB connection options, touch Settings > Device > Storage > Menu > USB computer connection. Windows transfer Connect your device to the USB ...
You can download ES File Explorer. It's a free file explorer for android. Download from Google Play It's quite easy to use and doesn't require root access.
Look for a folder named sdcard using a file explorer app.
In order to assign a drive letter to a removable device, that device must support UMS (USB Mass Storage) protocol. Unfortunately most newer Android phones, especially those without a removable SD Card, do not support UMS. Instead, they support MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) and PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) protocols. In such devices it's not possible to ...
There are several ways to do it. Unfortunately it is not as easy as it should be. Follow the instructions here: http://www.7tutorials.com/how-map-drives-windows-7 If you already have the share in File Explorer, for instance after inserting an USB device, right click on the share and select Map Drive and select a drive letter.
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 ...
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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