I have a Cruz Tablet (T301) that runs Android 2.2.1. I do not remember if my tablet originally came with a cord or not, but I have a cord that originally goes to a camera of mine that fits both the USB port and the port that fits my tablet, and so used it to connect to the computer. Upon doing so, I received the notification to turn on my USB storage on my tablet device, which I did. However, even though my USB storage is in use, I noticed that my computer did not recognize my tablet as a removable storage.
Is my tablet not allowed to connect to computers to be recognized as removable storage? If not, what do I have to do so the computer will recognize my tablet? If my computer does recognize my tablet, where do I go to find it on the computer so I can transfer files, since it is not showing up under the devices and drives sector of the computer?
I do not know if this will be helpful, but I've noticed that the only thing that has been working is the tablet's registration of charge: it seems to be charging just fine.
Upon rising to my suspicion, I thought about if it had anything to do with the SD card. Safely removing it, I turned the SD card over to an adapter, hoping that maybe a more direct link will do something. Much to my dismay, I saw nothing. I remember changing the format or something of that nature of one of the SD cards on my phone, and my phone is an Android 2.3. I think that was the SD card, but did I make a mistake doing so?