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Uninstall the Samsung Galaxy S3 driver. Download and update your fingerprint sensor driver. In my case, I use the AuthenTec driver. Download and update your Bluetooth device driver (i.e. Broadcomm, etc) Reboot computer. Re-install the Galaxy S3 driver. Connect device. Device will look for software updates and everything should install. Good to go!
Your phone seems to be a bit older as it runs Android 2.3 - therefore I assume it does not support any faster WLAN connection than 54MBit. Hence the theoretical maximum would be 54MBit = 6.75 MByte/sec but only if you have just a router and a phone. With your PC in the network each device gets less than that. Depending on the used network protocol you also ...
There's no need to install Kies. Download the driver SAMSUNG_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v188.8.131.52.exe (or a higher version) which is available from the Samsung website. Click on the Manuals & Downloads tab (below the image of the phone) and then the Software tab. After installing, I connected the S3 via USB and Windows Update automatically searched ...
I've had similar results with my Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It will be charging fine when plugged in to the PC, but the PC will be oblivious to any device being connected. And it worked fine the day before. My first thought was also software fault. But it happened with multiple USB cables on multiple PCs. What I did notice was that sometime, especially when ...
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