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I Removed my Path Variable as I was getting nowhere, and instead I put the contents of the platforms-tools folder at the root directory of where my CMD opens in, which is my user folder. I am now able to run ADB from the default CMD location, although this isn't an ideal and thorough solution that can be used were every I open the CMD prompt on my computer, ...


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You need to enable USB debugging on the tablet, and then install the USB drivers on Windows. For explicit instructions, see steps 2.1 and 2.2 in the following guide: How do I install CyanogenMod on the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 Wi-Fi? Again, you don't have to follow the whole guide to install CyanogenMod, just steps 2.1 and 2.2.


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When I installed bluestacks I had an app called Root Explorer. A file cabinet with a R on it. Simply Open, Storage, SDcard, [File Location], "Hold Click", Send, To Windows. (I had couple seconds wait after that for the Save box to pop up)


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For Development you need adb and adb driver. You can download adb driver from http://adbdriver.com/ You can download adb from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2588979


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I had similar problems, adb devices didn't list any devices once I'd upgraded to Windows 10. I happened to have an Intel-powered Android phone connected over USB. I ended up removing the Intel-specific Android Driver (downloaded yesterday, version 1.9 which doesn't explicitly support Windows 10) and then used the universal Android USB driver ...


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Try the 15-seconds ADB/drivers all-in-one installer. You could also install the Samsung drivers rather than conventional OnePlus drivers. I installed these drivers and I've had mine working since the upgrade. You could also try following this guide on how to set it up.


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Are you using a Samsung Android running Lolipop? It is actually locked down and some Chinese hackers actually created the PINGPONG root to enable pinging from a Samsung Android. http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s6/general/root-pingpongroot-s6-root-tool-t3103016


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What does your ARP table display? also are you sure that you are pinging a current internal IP addresses for your devices? Because I see that your firewall is provided from a local router. If you ping a local IP that has expired you won't get a result. Finally, what Android application are you using to ping your notebook?


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Connect your phone to the computer. In the status bar, You will get USB symbol. Tap on that and change the settings from 'camera' to 'MTP' This will help you to solve the problem. If the problem still exist, Copy your personal folder to DCIM folder. Now u can access that in Windows.


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MortPlayer will play your .m3u playlist after extracting it using the above program.



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