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The reason is that your phones does not support OTG cables, most android devices (70%) support OTG but some don't. The reason for this, is because your phone hasn't got the right hardware for it I have a tablet that doesnt support it and managed to get it to eventually working alright (It doesnt work in other apps, but you can copy the files at a fast speed ...


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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 ...


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My method is based on the answer suggesting WebDAV. It could be replicated by an FTP, Samba or other networked file server. Essentially you start a WebDAV server on your android device, and mount it as a network drive. You phones IP must be visible to the computer you want to browse the files on. Generally this means you must be on the same local ...


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First go to settings->Apps->Your app->move to SD Card. Then follow these steps: First download ES File explorer Search for the app's folder on the SD card. If you cannot, go to the Android folder->DATA->Your app. OR go to Android->OBB->your app. If you cannot find the folder, the developer ought to help you, especially since you are ...


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To check the amount of current (in mah) received by the mobile use app called - CurrentWidget Only High Quality Cables will give you high current from Adaptor, for example when your adaptor has max output of 2A and using high quality usb 2.0, you will get around 1900mA which is almost equal to Battey Output. Onother hand, when the cable is bent (due to ...


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USB 2.0 cables and USB 3.0 cables don't charge your device any faster because: USB 3.0 only increases the speed of copying files to your PC and back, but does not affect the charging speed


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If the same thing happens on another operating system, the problem is not the driver. It sounds like a power issue or the connector is not seating well on one of the two ends. See if a different cable helps.



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