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The red cable pictured is a USB-OTG cable too. It's no different to having the adaptor-style cable with a normal USB-A to micro-USB cable attached. So if your amp will work with one, it will work with the other too. Just be extra careful when using a symmetric-looking USB-OTG cable. USB-OTG works by having the pins wired differently in the "host" and ...


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I based my opinion on the phones I've used so far, but it seems, new devices don't care about USB mode, they just work. I used MTP and my Android IDE recognized the device. It made my day.


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No, MTP doesn't work like that. MTP is a client-server file transfer protocol, a bit like FTP. Your best bet is to either find another protocol the car supports (there are many network audio protocols, so it's likely it'll support one), or failing that, fix whatever is making the aux input sound bad (most likely a bad cable or connector, or the car is ...


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You can, but with remote controller apps that makes your phone control your PC through wifi, therefore giving you access to anything you connect via bluetooth from your smartphone.


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Sadly I can't give you a solution to your software problem (due to the fact that I haven't used a mac in a while) but I can give some suggestions on how to move forward from your current state (as far as development goes). There are two situations you might be in, I have possible solutions for both: Situation 1: You don't need the drivers -As this ...


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In the end, it turned out it was working for the original USB cable, while the generic USB cable did not allow data connection, only charging. For the original cable, the problem disappeared on its own, and I don't know what caused it, or what caused it to disappear.


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install kies and connect your phone with usb cable. Then go to backup/restore and you can easily backup your important data from there.


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Try cleaning the battery and case contacts with a tooth brush.


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you just have to enable usb debugging mode. go to settings scroll down to developer options. Under that the first option is usb debugging. enable that


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This must be specific to some devices/kernels as I have just tried this and my Nexus 7 2012 briefly showed a "charging" battery animation before the screen going off - device then stays off. My HTC One X didn't show any charging animation, or power on but is showing the charging LED.


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This is not specific to Android. All battery powered devices (ones with the built-in charging IC) have this "feature".


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What i would try the following: Remember to try to connect to the laptop between each stage and if it still doesnt connect, go to the next step. Doublecheck that your phone can connect to another computer, since my list assumes that the problem is on the pc, and not any settings on the phone. Use a short usb cable without extenders, and use the best usb ...


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It seems to be a driver issue. For windows, you will have to find the device driver from somewhere. Seeing as its a generic device, that might be hard. You could try Google's generic USB driver which may work but is designed specifically for Nexus devices. The other option would be to see if you can get yourself on a linux box since no device drivers are ...


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Im running a Galaxy note 3 The solution to the problem i found was by using the android file browser and moving the folder/file i had downloaded to another directory that wasnt as cluttered. This enabled me to see the 50mb .rar file i had downloaded and pulled it onto my PC. I dont know if this solution will help anyone, but it worked for me. Thanks all ...


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What OS do you have? If using Windows, then go to "folder option" >> "view". Then change these two settings: Tick to "show hidden files". Untick "hide protected os files" Click apply.


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The files needed for rooting are not able to be transferred via MTP, switch to 'Camera' for PTP file transfer and it should work just fine!


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Your Ubuntu is very outofdate. 12.03 12.10. 13.04. 13.10 14.04 are all newer versions of Ubuntu.Use 14.04 or newer when possible Since 13 issues with my S2 sdcard are almost nonexistent


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The files and folder you see via USB (or to be specific through the USB MTP protocol) can be different from the files and folder that are really in the sdcard section on your device. In my case a lot of files and folders in the sdcard section were invisible via USB. After executing the app Rescan SD Card the files and folders visible via USB were exactly ...


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First off I wholeheartedly agree this isn't a cable issue. There are all sorts of bugs I'm finding with android kitkat. I also got this error. I was copying about 5 folders of music and a single song. Two folders copied fine before i got the error. Brute force re-attempt and the second time it started but timed out, at which point it lost connection to ...



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