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Yes, Android supports standard USB audio class devices: Android 5.0 (API level 21) and above supports a subset of USB audio class 1 (UAC1) features: The Android device must act as host The audio format must be PCM (interface type I) The bit depth must be 16-bits, 24-bits, or 32-bits where 24 bits of useful audio data are left-justified ...
I think the application has installed the font to the /system partition, so wipe the /cache and /data partition won't help. You can re-flash the phone to the factory image, it will also format the entire /system partition.
Happened to me on Windows 7 and downloading drivers from Samsung's website fixed it: http://developer.samsung.com/technical-doc/view.do?v=T000000117
Late answer, but the sure way to disable everything is to run this command at startup or set this in your build.prop: setprop persist.sys.usb.config none which is equivalent to charge-only. That also disables ADB. If you need adb regularly, then: setprop persist.sys.usb.config adb will allow adb when developer options are checked. I would not ...
That is how Android File Transfer works for Mac, since Apple doesn't support MTP mode by default. The only way for this is to mount your device in USB Mass Storage Mode (because by default, Mac supports FAT32 and vFAT file systems). This mode was available in Android till Jelly Bean. Since KitKat (4.4+), USB Mass Storage (UMS) mode is removed. To enable ...
That's too easy :) Find the location : android-sdk-windows\platform-tools open cmd and then do these: cd c:\android\sdk\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools adb.exe kill-server adb.exe start-server These steps may solve your problem. Good Luck.
I've done a little research on this (well I read the Wikipedia article on USB) and it seems that for fast charging there are two standards: the Apple one, and the non-Apple one. So yes, the two ports on your portable battery are different. The real question is - does it matter? My experience is that some devices don't care which socket they are plugged ...
Check out the App Ethernet on Google Play. You will need to root your phone though.
Just use any file explorer and copy or cut the DCIM folder, create a new folder and just paste. Click file transfer on your PC, the images will be shown in respective folder.
I was having similar issue with my S6 Edge(+). Found to be junkie usb cable. Switched to a quality cable and device showed up.
You can install Remix OS or Phoenix OS - both are Chinese distributions based on Android-x86. Here you can find the differences between them. There is also Console OS, but it seems not ready yet.
This is indicative of poorly designed/ defective piece and best replaced ASAP. From bwDraco's answer on Why do some AC adapters and power supplies generate a whining noise, and what can I do about it? (emphasis added; missing text denoted by "....") Most modern AC adapters are switched-mode power supplies. The internal switching frequency of an SMPS is ...
do you have installed drivers? you can find it here http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/SW/201410/20141017131240597/SAMSUNG_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones.exe also is your phone charing when is connected? try to install drivers,restart phone(reboot) and connect it. If that dont work try to use other usb cabble
i have experienced the same problem in the past. Here is my Guide: Navigate to Settings > About Phone > scroll to the bottom > tap Build number seven (7) times. You'll get a short pop-up in the lower area of your display saying that you're now a developer. 2. Go back and now access the Developer options menu, check 'USB debugging' and click OK on the ...
There are a couple of options out there, here is a good article detailing them - Everything You Need to Know About Printing From your Android Phone or Tablet Personally, I've had some luck with my old printer using an OTG cable and the PrintShare app. It seems to have a good library of drivers. PrintShare - Google Play:
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