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Open Settings → Connection (scroll down) → Tethering and Mobile Hotspot (if you have) → Check USB tethering.
Thanks to the pointer provided by Firelord, I was able to solve the issue. The solution might look weird, but works perfectly: As root, edit /data/property/persist.sys.usb.config. The only line in that file should read: mass_storage,adb We all know there is no usb-mass-storage anymore with Kitkat (except maybe rare exceptions). Well, maybe that's the ...
Connect your mobile, slide down from the top of your mobile to find USB FOR CHARGING, select MTP.
I would suggest installing HiSuite of Huawei This would help in your transfer of files, back up of important information and install the drivers required for your device Once the right drivers are in place, you can transfer files at will Edit: once the phone is connected, you will see a notification on the notification page. Click on it to ...
Update Device Driver If Windows is not able to recognize the device, you may also see in Device Manager that the device shows up as an “Unknown Device”. You can get to Device Manager by clicking on Start and typing in devmgmt.msc or by going to Control Panel and clicking on Device Manager. In that case, you should right-click on Unknown Device, click on ...
While there may be a hack around somewhere (I don't have Android M yet), Google, in the changelog of Android 6.0 has noted: Device connections through the USB port are now set to charge-only mode by default. To access the device and its content over a USB connection, users must explicitly grant permission for such interactions. Well, the answer is no ...
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