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Apologies for putting this on an old thread, however having spent a week paining over how to do this if your screen is locked and totally broken. Buy a USB OTG cable from Amazon (they're quite cheap), plug a USB keyboard into this and then plug that into your phone. You should be able to type the PIN to unlock it if this is what you have, then you can use ...
Android DOES support USB sound cards over android 5.0, or, if you have a sony, the Z series (Z2 and up), they support it since 4.4. I use my phone with a cheap chinese device, but tried a Xonar U3, and a creative Play!. However I never tried the audio recording through these cards.
It is just a name for the device that the manufacture put there. Change the name, call it what you like, it does not matter. The pop up is part of Windows and will call on the device's real name (what the manufacturer called it). This device name is embedded into the your mobile device and can not be changed without going down to a low level of ...
This is just a workaround, but one that worked for me: Use an Android file manager such as AndroXplorer to rename the video files. When I did this, they appeared for me in Windows Explorer and I could copy them as usual.
I have tested multi connection with another device (Samsung Galaxy Note4), then it works... :d I think that the solution may be compatibility between devices or device connection sequence.
Hyperkin NES style controllers with USB work with my andoid. I use the USB female to Micro Male adapter and Boom! EarthBound ROMs all day baby. Super easy and so many controllers corded work flawlessly. So much less hastle than bluetooth.
This is one example, you have to make the split, it's doesn't seem to be an option, root@kali:# adb devices List of devices attached 4fddcdd8054fc421 device 5cf4b0890675d95c device root@kali:# export DEVA=4fddcdd8054fc421 && export DEVB=5cf4b0890675d95c root@kali:# adb -s $DEVA shell uname -a && adb -s $DEVB shell uname -a ...
I understand your problem,Your device may not have supported Drive and check is it connect mass storage(memory card) or not .if you may change the setting in USB debugging,
I was looking to accomplish the same thing - mounting some part of my S4's filesystem on my Mac - and was looking at the range of SMB servers available for Android. The one I've been using that checks off the most "just works" boxes is SAMBADroid, which runs an SMB server on my local LAN over WiFi. The free version shares the external SD card by default, ...
Not possible as for an unrooted device. I had to open the phone to identify the port.
Preferably without turning on the debug mode? Sorry! I don't have a solution that doesn't require USB debugging as of now. A workaround is to use a rooted device and run ssh server on Wi-Fi. Anyhow, if the device has been connected to PC using USB, then it must have drawn some power, miniscule and momentarily it may be. Setup adb in PC, turn on USB ...
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