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They're not stored anywhere on your phone. Windows finds and downloads them from Windows Update when you plug your device in. If an appropriate driver has already been downloaded and installed previously (or shipped with the Windows installation), it will use that and skip the download step. Without Internet, and in the absence of an appropriate driver ...


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I always had these problems with my old phone. Most of the times this helped: Go to Device Manager right click and choose update driver software Choose to search for drivers on your pc Click Search and go choose: "Android SDK Path"\extras\google\usb_driver If that doesnt help, repeat step 1 and 2 and press "choose from list". Then choose Medium and ...


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windows may have the adb drivers installed. this will be loaded in place of the mtp drivers. uninstall the adb drivers (do a driver delete if the option comes up), and re-plug-in your nexus 7 with the drivers uninstalled. it should load the mtp drivers by default, but if not, you can try and do an "update driver..." to force-load the mtp drivers. go to ...


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I had a problem with my LG Nexus 4 not being recognised when I connected it to my laptop and in the end this solved the problem for me... On your mobile: Go to Settings > Storage > USB Computer Condition (Menu option from Storage Screen) Change from Media Device (MTP) to Camera (PTP) After that it was recognised without any issues.


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Well, I have tried all these things I could find on the web and my Win 7 professional PC would not recognize my Galaxy S 3....I then realized my new computer has nothing but USB 3.0 ports so I decided to try to use an old USB hub I have. I plugged it into the computer and a driver for it was successfully installed. I then plugged my Galaxy S3 into the USB ...



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