New answers tagged usb-connection-mode
Few Samsung phones have issues with their micro USB ports. Even my Galaxy Nexus has had this problem. The easiest way to fix it it use a pin(something shard) and push the micro USB port of the phone slowly and very carefully to the screen. I suggest you to take it to a authorized service center though.
Samsung has very bad connections on that line of phones (S3, N2) I know this because I have a Galaxy Note 2 and about 6 months ago it was doing the same thing, then eventually it stopped charging all together. I also have a friend with S3 and the exact same thing had happened, except it wouldn't charge(luckily his was still in warranty). You need to check ...
I had similar problem at first. Try this: Uninstall the driver (ADB Driver) manually from Device Manager. Unplug the device. Plug it so that windows automatically tries to find it. Must work.
Actually, it shouldn't be necessary to connect the tablet to your desktop. All you need to do is to log into Google Play on your desktop with the same account that's registered on the tablet. Then navigate to an app and press the Install button (or Installed if it's already installed on one of your other devices): Once you click Install, a dialog will ...
In the developer settings, there is a "Revoke USB debugging authorizations". Try to use it. It should remove the authorization you give for your computer. So next time, that computer won't be able to directly use the debugging.
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