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For your device to be shown as USB storage you need to set MTP as your usb-computer connection option. Settings - Storage - Press three dots - USB Computer connection - Select Media device (MTP) Now when you connect it to your Windows 10 PC you will be able to see the device's storage.
In short: no. I'm afraid there is little support in the area of custom flashing for your device as it is, even on the Android side. This topic on XDA guides you to root the device and install a custom recovery but doesn't give any links ROMs, which you'd need. There is, however, a topic that allows you to install Cyanogenmod 12.1 (Android 5.1.1) here. Note ...
If the password was the issue you'd get "Auth fail" or "Connection fail", not too slow. That slow report indicates its the phone being too clever. €10 says you own a samsung(or several). Menu-Advanced from the wifi menu. Uncheck the "Smart Wifi" or whatever its called.
Maybe the password is too short for the type of encription. At least 8 symbols. You could watch a 4 min YouTube tutorial here - https://youtu.be/4smcnHfm2F4 It did help in my case, it works for Intel Wireless chips on the laptop. On the Android device: In Settings => Wi-Fi => Advanced Wi-Fi 1.) Keep Wi-Fi on during Sleep - should be set to "Always" 2.) ...
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