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I dropped my Samsung Note 2, and the screen is now completely black. The phone opens & touch the screen seems to be only partly responsive because I can see the white previous & menu icons appear on the lower half of the phone. I want to access the internal storage of the phone and store it in a different Note 2. How can I do that?

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Turn on the phone, and connect it to your computer via USB cable. It will get recognized by the PC as an MTP device from wich you can copy files.

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    Some extra details please, so anybody else with minimal knowledge would be able to follow along. Thanks.
    – HasH_BrowN
    Dec 28, 2014 at 0:44
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    There aren't any details, you just have to turn on the phone, plug it in via usb cable, it will get recognized by the pc as an mtp device from wich you can copy files.
    – Fabiusp98
    Dec 28, 2014 at 9:16
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    That was more info than your answer. A lot of people that search the questions and answers posted here are relatively new to Android. So properly answered questions are important. Go the extra mile, provide a link that reiterates your answer. Remember the SE community depends on accurate, qualified, and descriptive answers. :)
    – HasH_BrowN
    Dec 28, 2014 at 9:24
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    If there is a lock-screen this will not work on new devices because USB access (MTP, ADB) is disabled unless the phone has been unlocked.
    – Robert
    Dec 29, 2014 at 16:05
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    For this there is a trick: print a screenshot or a photo of the lockscreen on paper at real life scale and use it as a guide to draw the locksreen pattern
    – Fabiusp98
    Dec 29, 2014 at 19:43

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