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I had the same issue as you and it seems like it started working on its own again. I disconnected my OnePlus 2 from my PC, I went into Settings>More>Tethering & portable hotspot and then enabled USB tethering there. Then I disabled USB tethering and waited a few minutes, connected my phone to the PC and the notification popped up giving me different ...
Press and hold power button to turn off the phone. Find the combination to get into recovery (usually a combination of power and volume buttons). Once in recovery, The phone will most likely be connected in Debug mode. If its not in debug mode, Then you need to flash a custom recovery(Voids the warranty in most cases).
You need to turn on the USB debugging for ADB to work. To turn on USB debugging: Navigate to Settings > About Phone > scroll to the bottom > tap Build number seven 7 times. You'll get toast saying that you're now a developer. 2. Go back and now you can see the Developer options in settings, check 'USB debugging' and click OK. Some times you may need to ...
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 ( ) ...
Removing 'persist.system.usb.config' file from data/property/ folder and restarting the device solved the issue for me. After restart, the device shows the option to enable 'USB debugging'. Root access is required to remove that file.
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