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Download ADB drivers from here. Extract somewhere. Now, go to Device Manager and select your ADB device. Update Driver Software > Search your Computer > Browse to the folder you extracted and let it install.


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Try with a file manager app such as ES File Explorer. It will show you folders in the internal memory, SD card as well as OTG usb connections. Just copy and paste to the required folder.


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Short response: NO! There aren't MTP protocol client for Windows that map to drive letter. But Total Commander has a plugin that works well: Windows Media Audio 2 (MP3) 1.2 I use it often with different devices and I'm satisfied.


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You can simply use TeamViewer to connect your phone and your PC. This way you can access all the features of your phone on your PC. Then, use any FTP server to send and receive files. In this way, you do not need to switch between your phone and PC while sharing files.


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I use a Cambridge Audio DAC Magic XS with my Nexus 5 running Marshmallow and it works fine. I have also tried a Behringer 8 channel desk that has usb audio interface, and it seems to work as well.


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After some trial and error seem to have managed to get it working, turns out it is a DNS issue. If anyone else has this issue then it turns out that you need some extra commands in order to get KitKat to work. I added these on to the end of my script posted above and I can now ping google and get pings returned: adb shell su -c 'ndc resolver setifdns ...


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Type in your dialer *#0808# and choose MTP+ADB and save it.


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Have you tried this? http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1371345 It says it's compatible with lower than 5.0 android versions.


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click 5 times SETTINGS>ABOUT PHONE>MODEL NUBMER and then in DEVELOPER OPTIONS, choose USB SETTINGS> CHARGING|MTP. SOURCE: http://en.code-bude.net/2013/03/05/how-to-activate-usb-mass-storage-and-developer-options-on-cyanogenmod-10-1/


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I showed this to a pal of mine who uses the same setup and he had the same issue. He discovered the symbolic link to the SD card was incorrect and of course not editable for non-rooted devices. He found a fix:- Eject the SD card from Setup>Storage Shut the phone down Remove the SD card Restart the phone When running, put the SD card back in. This seems ...


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For unrooted devices I know this is a late answer, but as all existing answers suggest that USB reverse tethering is only possible if either your device is rooted or has system support for reverse tethering, I though it'd be worth pointing out there's one more option: I was looking for a reverse tethering solution that would work on my unrooted devices and ...


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ReverseTethering does not require a rooted device. Depending on your device, it might come with a preinstalled reverse tethering option. Unfortunately, this preinstalled solution is only included in very few devices. I am the developer of ReverseTethering NoRoot, an app that brings reverse tethering to any Android device running Android 4.0 or newer. No ...


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ReverseTethering does not require root. If your device runs ICS or newer. A few months ago, I was wondering the very same thing and started to investigate. Eventually, I started to develop my own solution. The result is an app that works on devices running Android 4.0 or higher on client side, and all major desktop OSs on the host side. The app is ...


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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).


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It won't make any difference , if you are charging from a wall adapter (assuming both cables are fine as mentioned) But, if you are using your laptop, things change. USB 3.0 port compared to a USB 2.0 port, the former has a maximum rated capacity of 900mA, whereas latter has a rating of 500 mA (80 % faster). In this situation USB cable 3 connected to ...



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