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I have published a free Android app that accepts a subset of the GSM 07.05/07.07 AT command specifications over a Wi-Fi connection for sending and receiving SMS messages. It is intended for use with my own SMS gateway software but it can be used by any program that sends the right AT commands. The AT command set of the app is limited, it only supports PDU ...


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put a USB-HDMI adapter and you'll see the screen on tv or something. Get a Bluetooth mouse and use it.


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On my Samsung Galaxy Ace II, you can see all your 'sd-cards' under /storage. sdcard0 is the main internal storage, extSdCard is the sdCard I put in myself. I have UsdDrive A to F in there but all are empty. I believe the data saved in Usb Drive (as you can see in the settings) is on the same sdCard. I am not sure if you need root to access this file.


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Some phones (e.g. SGS2) divide their internal storage in two parts. One is used for core system files and applications, while the the other for user files (pictures etc.). On sgs2 the first is called internal and the second USB memory. As a bonus, clicking the "Move to SD card" will move an application to the "USB" memory, even if an actual SD card is ...


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Samsung usb cables have a history of being finicky with data connections. I know it personally from trying to root several Galaxy phones over the years. Your best bet is to buy another usb cable. I highly recommend cables from Monoprice as they are cheap and high quality. However to be fair, any good quality cable you can find from another manufacture would ...


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Try this APP USB/BT Joystick Center https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.free.usbjoyfree


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As per TheFutureIsWild: Doing a RESTART (not turning off and on) fixed the problem. Also make sure you have a USB data cable, not just a charging one.


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The easiest way to see the public IP of a device is by a Google search. If that IP still doesn't let you connect from an outside source, check the following: Make sure your firewall isn't blocking the connection. You can temporarily disable it to troubleshoot this. Make sure your computer has services/ports/servers open that you can connect to.


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Real Reboot Works on Android 2.1 - 4.2.1 No Root 4.2.2 and up needs root. For a PC method you will be using Android Debug Bridge, commonly called ADB. Here is a link for a download. It's from the XDA Forums. Read the page while your there and get some good insight on ADB. After installed to the computer, open a command prompt (L shift + R mouse click) ...


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If you're rooted : Just search for any app that restarts the phone. Just search on play store - "Restart". That'll do the work... If you're not rooted As HasH_BrowN told, adb is the solution. The first step is to have USB debugging turned on, which you have. Now, follow these steps : Install adb and your phone's drivers on your PC/Mac/Linux ...


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I have a miniPC CS968 (RK3188) with Android 4.2.2. My gamepads (PLayStation 1 and SNES style) work out of the box. I updated it to Android 4.4.2 and the gamepads no longer work fine. They get recognized partially. Some buttons don't work. I downgraded it to 4.2.2 again and I, luckly, get them working out of the box. My PlayStation 2 style gamepad works ...


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Depending on the model of your phone, you may not be able to get the "Connect to PC" dialog. This is normal behavior. Troubleshoot: Since you can connect another phone to your PC, you probably have the correct drivers (since Samsung uses a universal USB driver which you can download here), but I would try to install it just in case (it doesn't hurt to ...


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I always had these problems with my old phone. Most of the times this helped: Go to Device Manager right click and choose update driver software Choose to search for drivers on your pc Click Search and go choose: "Android SDK Path"\extras\google\usb_driver If that doesnt help, repeat step 1 and 2 and press "choose from list". Then choose Medium and ...


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Wikipedia is our friend, again. :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_Transfer_Protocol#Drawbacks Quote: MTP allows no parallelism, unlike USB mass storage or NAS. MTP has been built to only allow a single operation at a time (for example, read, write or delete operation), while no other operation can be executed until the previous operation is complete. ...


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I had a problem with my LG Nexus 4 not being recognised when I connected it to my laptop and in the end this solved the problem for me... On your mobile: Go to Settings > Storage > USB Computer Condition (Menu option from Storage Screen) Change from Media Device (MTP) to Camera (PTP) After that it was recognised without any issues.



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