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It's not a hardware issue, or a computer driver issue. It's whatever the USB "driver" is on the S6 itself, because a factory reset resolves the issue. I can't figure out what it is that breaks it, whether it's a setting change or an app getting deleted. If anyone's aware I'd love to know.


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Sad but true, it's a hardware issue. As far as I understand, the board containing usb socket needs to be replaced.


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Okay, this is no daily task. I forgot two steps... When in recovery mode, press the power button and volume up. A new screen will popup. Select "Apply update from ADB" Sorry peeps. Hope this will help some people though.. Maybe...


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it sounds like you don't have the correct drivers installed. there is a third-party windows based toolkit that runs a setup wizard available online. makes the driver install very easy. you can download it here.


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Android reverse tethering steps: Note: Works only in a rooted Android phone. Connect Android device via USB. Enable USB tethering. To do so, go to Settings → More... → Tethering & mobile hotspot → Usb tethering. On host machine, type: $ ifconfig usb0 10.42.0.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 $ echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward ...


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No as mentioned in the above comment it's not possible. In android only some part of Linux is used on the architecture whereas in iOS the complete os is built on a Xnu kernel Android is hard coded in Java whereas in IOS you will find most of the file in XML format so as the format is different the file will not be supported


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I gather you are under OSX so no need for driver or udev rules but there is some points you need to make sure you follow . Make sure your device is unlocked when connected to PC. Make sure you have accepted the pop-up message on your tablet allowing your PC to debug it. Make sure your usb cable is working perfectly. The usb storage ot mtp mode doesn't ...


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No as mentioned in the above comment it's not possible. In android only some part of Linux is used on the architecture whereas in iOS the complete os is built on it. Android is hard coded in Java whereas in IOS you will find most of the file in XML format so as the format is different you will end up with an unrecognised file on your Android Device


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Okay this is extremely weird, but I've found this with more than one laptop (one HP and one Acer). For some reason the second USB port from the front of laptop never works with certain devices. My 3G dongle and now my Moto X would not be detected properly and said 'unrecognized device'. I had the same issues as the original question, but after switching ...


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If you unlock the developer options (if not already unlocked with Cyanogenmod), there is an option "Stay awake" that will keep your screen turned on when plugged in. You can try using that and see if it will revert any settings that the app might have changed. See this website for a brief explanation on how to enable developer options. If that doesn't ...


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Similar to ScoobyDo's answer Disconnect the USB cable from phone. Click 'Clear data' on the Media Storage application. Then 'Force stop'. Reconnect the USB cable to phone. The Media Storage application is restarted and rebuilds the media list. Missing files are now available. This avoids rebooting, which was important for me. Your mileage may vary


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When you plug it in, it says "connected as media device - touch for other options." Click that and then on the next screen turn 'Software Installation' to the off position. Done. You can now easily access the files on your phone as any other drive.


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The SD Scanner worked for me on Android 5.0.2. It requires no Root permissions. May be limited to only "new and updated files" (but not deleted ones). I've found it in the accepted answer to the linked question and also in a question on rescanning SD memory on 4.4.


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Without using extra software or rooting your phone (which I am not fully educated about, and could not advise you how to do with with root), there are not many options. I would try either of these options: You asked to share your device's WiFi connection with your computer. To share this you could do it in one of two ways: Bluetooth - You can tether the ...



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