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Yup, you should be able to use the adb command. Or use an app I just released to disable usb charging in Android phone. Has not been tested on Samsung j7 though. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.bramantya.stopcharging&hl=en It needs root access.


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I should note that I have no idea why this worked, but it did. I made a partition in my computer's memory. Then I installed a separate version of OSX. When I booted to that partition the Robin connected flawlessly. I thought that it would only work in the partition I created, however, when I booted back to the default partition, the Robin connected. For ...


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After about 4 hours of installing drivers, wiping data & cache of apps, wiping cache partition, etc... I found the solution was just to change USB option from Charging to MTP then back to Charging and then again to MTP. sigh... I need to stop using android...


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just install the same application again that is already present in your sd card, by agreeing 'all data will be saved'. You will get your application again, without loosing its 0.01%of its data...


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I personally use FTP to achieve this... You can try it too. All you'll just need is an understanding of how ftp works which is very basic by the way. Download any app that provides an ftp server on your android devices, they are always pretty easy to use. I currently use use ES File explorer's functionality to do this. As shown here Selecting Remote ...


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If you have a Verizon Galaxy S5, please follow the instructions here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/verizon-galaxy-s5/general/disable-verizon-cd-installer-t2849481 1.In the phone dial pad, enter but don't dial *#0808# 2.Will now show the following, choose the items with * USB ( ) CP (*) AP USB Settings ( ) MTP (*) MTP + ADB ( ) PTP ( ) PTP + ADB ( ) ...


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After an update from motorola, it works..


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Try removing the SD card from phone/tablet. Put it in a card reader.. or laptop card reader.. Can you open it?? You may need to try a couple of times, When you do get it to open, run scandisk. ( Right click the drive, select properties, open Tools tab, select scandisk ) After scan and repair.. defrag the SD Card. This should fix any file errors, you should ...


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Beeshyams is correct. However, what is missing is how to change it to MTP mode. So far the only way I have found is to activate developer options and scroll to USB Configuration and select MTP. It's not sticky and you will need to set it each time you want to connect to a PC.


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To make a Moto G device work with Windows 7 computers, go to Settings > Developer options on the device and select USB configuration. Change it to PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) instead of MTP (Media Transfer Protocol). I have been racking my brains and searching the phone and web for answers. Poking around the phone did it! Good luck :)


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With SyncMate Expert, which was suggested here, and which I had to pay almost $30 for, allowed me to mount my Samsung Galaxy S6 onto /Volumes/SM-G920T on my Mountain Lion Mac. Issues I experienced with SyncMate Expert: The mounted device doesn't show up in Finder's left nav, only in /Volumes. The SyncMate application leaked memory or something so I had to ...



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