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First of all you don't need any USB cable. You can transfer files from/to your android device with the Wi-Fi network of your device. Just install airdroid on your android device. Then activate wi-fi hotspot on your android and open the airdroid app. Next connect your pc to that hotspot, open any browser in your pc and enter the url provided by the airdroid ...
Try a different USB port or cable.
No image at all on the screen? If just touch is broken, you can connect a keyboard/mouse with a OTG cable... no setup needed on phone. Amazon has a few with prime shipping (2day) StarTech USB OTG Adapter
Theres nothing you can do to get the files unless your phone will connect with a usb. As for the screen if you can some how get the files off with a screen and no usb, then i advise you fix the screen for like $30-$60.
OK, I pulled my hair out for almost 2-days. I'd install the Moto USB driver ware on my PC (Moto Device Mgr V2.5.4) and when I'd connect my Moto X via USB, the driver wouldn't 'install' properly. Status via Cntl Panel, Device & Printer, showed a device named XT1095 (yep that's my Moto X) but flagged with a yellow exclamation point and the declaration ...
I solved the problem by just : Deleting Acer Adb Interface not just Uninstalling it Disconnected my Phone and then connected it back Waited for drivers to be installed. Then the pc recognizes it, in Usb Mode not as a ADB interface. Hope this can solve your problem.
You have to install the drivers for your phone. Go to the Samsung support site, which should let you download a driver for your PC that will recognize your phone. If that does not work, scroll down your menu bar on your phone then click USB (phone should recognize it, if plugged in) then click media transfer. You can choose USB 3.0 I believe.
Modern devices and especially devices with their own power supply are not harmed if you simply unplug the USB cable. Most storage controllers have enough power left even if the device shuts down to flush the read/write cache and prevent any corruption.
There are "charging only" USB cables. Sounds like you might have one of those. Also, try plugging into a different USB port. Sometime on Windows, this will re-initialize the drivers.
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