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I don´t know if all the Android devices allow to change these settings. BTW I also noticed this issue in some windows PCs. It is very rare, but sometimes happens too.
First make sure that you have virtualization on in the BIOS. Next, make sure you have done what I have done in my question. What I forgot to do was install the android_winusb file in the usb_driver folder. The path should be sdk\extras\google\usb_driver. In my case, C:\Users\Ruchir\AppData\Local\Android\sdk\extras\google\usb_driver After doing that, go ...
Windows 10 is currently not compatible to galaxy s6 edge. I've made it works on some windows 10 computers sometimes, but sometimes there is nothing to do to make it works. If you want to be able to connect your phone to your computer, do not upgrade to windows 10.
Here is the solution: http://shareit.lenovo.com/ install ShareIt on Phone. Install ShareIt on PC Open ShareIt PC, choose "Connect to phone" Open ShareIt on Android, choose "Connect to PC" Enjoy. The app support "Play to PC", "PPT control", "Remote view" and, most important, it support to get LARGE file from PC then save directly on extSDcard.
I found the solution myself: Windows 10 somehow does not want to install the driver, as it can not verify the manufacturer. So the driver from Sony Developer's site works just fine. After deactivating the Windows driver signature check everything works fine. To deactivate proceed like this: (taken from HERE) Press the Win + C and click on PC ...
Found S6 Edge drives here and it solved my problem. http://www.cydiaos.com/download-samsung-galaxy-s6-usb-drivers-edge/
Well, you could try DOSBox, a MS-DOS, Windows 95/98/XP capable emulator based off QEMU. It will emulate something close to a 1st-generation Pentium, so don't expect it to be fast even if you run it on, say, a Nexus 9 (but it could be usable). XDA has some tricks to up the performance somewhat.
You can try this website : http://zipl.io You can transfer files between all devices, easy, no sign up, no app, just with browser. Enjoy !
@LongTTH First of all, I'm not on Kitkat, but on Lollipop, just in case... You can copy files from you PC to your phone through Xender, it works perfectly. But first you must get rid of the annoying message in web.xender.com (that you are showing in your picture). In fact you must do the authorisation process in Xender ON YOUR PHONE, you can't do it in ...
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