I have got a Google Nexus 5X and I would like to connect it to my Windows 10 PC.
This is not my first Nexus phone and I'm familiar with things related to a computer as a developer. But I just can't succeed to make my Nexus phone recognized by the Win10 PC.
At work, on my Windows 7 PC, my Nexus is recognized and I can transfer files.
But at home on my Windows 10 PC, drivers installed by Windows are not OK. There is a yellow warning on my device, displayed in the device manager.
I tried to activate the debugging mode (Android developer settings), tried to reboot, to change USB port. I also tried with the Google USB Drivers. (I also know that by default, on my Marshmallow Nexus 5X, I have to change connection mode "USB charging" to "Transfer files (MTP)").
The cable I use is OK because it works on my Windows 7 PC and I bought it on Google's Store.
I also had a call with Google Tech Support and they just told me that they don't have any solution for my problem, because I have already tried everything they are used to advice.
I just don't know what to do.
My last try, was to install 'Media Feature Pack for Windows 10 N & KN' (it helped me when I wanted to connect my previous Nexus 5 on a Windows 8.1 laptop).
Any suggestion ?
Sorry for my english.