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I had the same problem after updating Windows 10. This is what I did to fix it: Select the LAN connection of the Win10 PC (under Network tab in ES Explorer. If you deleted it, scan again to get the connection). Select "Edit Server" option. Enter your Computer name in the "Domain" textbox. Don't change any other thing. OK, and enjoy the SMB re-connection!!


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It's simple to share Android files to Windows PC. Install ES File Explorer in Android device. Go to Tools and select Remote Manager then you can see turn on. Press on it. And you will get an address like ftp://192.168.1.24:3721/ enter it on your PC file explorer and you can access to your Android phone from PC. You can change settings of remote manager to ...


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I found the solution, Windows 10 disables smb protocol v1 so goto "Turn Windows features on or off" >> enable SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support


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I tried the solutions mentioned above and in the linked thread. None of them worked. What did work was disabling password protected sharing. This works on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 Go to network and sharing center Change advanced sharing settings All networks (at the bottom) Turn off password protected sharing At that point I ...


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I had the same problem. It was with the router. The router was DLink Dsl 2750 u. In wireless basic settings > enable multiAP isolation. That was enabled, I disabled it and I was able to access my pc. Check it if multiAP/multicast isolation is enabled on your router. If it is disable it.


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You can now set up CUPS for IPP Everywhere. It should then directly show up in your Android, Chromebooks, and maybe even iPhone printer menus. The other answers are outdated for reasonably new systems: CUPS 1.5+ and Android 4.4+ or an IPP Everywhere printer is required. For Apple AirPrint CUPS 2.2.2 is required. Debugging the functionality can be a bit ...


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I have just found out the answer after visiting here. Instead of inputting 192.168.1.104, we must input smb://192.168.1.104/


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When using Emulator is not an option for testing certain functionality (frequently), our team hot-spots for physical Android devices with an iOS device and uses the Network Link Conditioner on that. Obviously, for some this isn't an option, but it works very well and is easy to implement.


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You'll need a USB-OTG adapter, or equivalently for newer devices with USB-C ports, a USB-C to USB-A adapter, to be able to physically connect a USB Ethernet adapter to your phone. It'll only work, though, if the phone has a driver for the Ethernet adapter you're using. That may vary from phone to phone. This USB Ethernet adapter has worked for me on ...


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Use FTP servers. It is available on Solid Explorer


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Type whoami in command prompt, it will retrieve the full username of your computer. Copy the part after backslash and keep it somewhere ready. Type ipconfig in command prompt again and find out what is the IP address of your windows machine. Usually it shows as this "Ethernet adapter Ethernet: IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.102. Copy it ...


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Here's a summary of some important LAN (SMB) connection options to check and edit (using the ES File Explorer "Edit Server" option of a selected connection in the Network tab): The "Domain" option - try putting the computer/server name in this textbox. On Windows, I think this is the first part of the full user account name (separated by "/"). On Unix/Linux ...


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I have a USB printer attached to a Windows machine and my Linux server sees that over SMB and publishes that via CUPS (be sure to "share...".) For Android, there's Let's Print Droid - complete with a print service so all apps see it. It takes about two minutes to set up.


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If you have root access and don't mind working on CLI, a shorter version of script used for How to use Android in Wi-Fi repeater mode? can be used to create a hotspot network provided that your WiFi interface supports AP mode: #!/system/bin/sh set -e #set -x # this scripts creates a hotspot network [ "$(id -u)" = 0 ] || { echo 'Not running as root!' >&...


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Yes, but I have not found a single device solution that solves the problem. Utilizing multiple devices can solve the problem. According to PoE Texas, you can combine the use of a USB to RJ45, Powered USB OTG Hub, PoE Splitter Micro-USB and RJ45. Finding a 10 Watt OTG Hub would be good for continuous use of a charging device.


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A number of factors may come into play here, firstly as highlighted by Morrison these devices may perhaps have different radio protocols (or standards) that they use and support different bands consequently different downlink speeds. For more on this see: Why do two smartphones connected to the same WiFi network show different speeds (one displays the link ...


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Usually this should be possible, however it can get a bit complicated: Check your Internet provider if you really get your own IPv4 IP address when connected to the Internet. If you are sharing the IP address with other people you can just give-up here. Set-up a VPN server in your LAN (an old PC or a Raspberry). There are a lot of potentials servers and ...


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Im not 100% this is my final answer however after further searching I found that there is no SMBv3 support till Oreo and some suggested to try FTP. So I installed FTP on my openwrt and tried that for transferring files. Now instead of 3.5 to 4.5 mb/s, Im getting 7mb/s which is almost double and better then before but still not the speeds I see on my ...


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Make sure you have enabled root access for ADB in developer options Connect you phone to your computer via usb or open a terminal emulator on your device (skip step 3) Type adb shell to open a shell (Assuming you have adb installed) Type su to gain superuser permissions Tyoe settings put global captive_portal_detection_enabled 0 to prevent the Wi-Fi from ...


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Solution Restart the Server (LanmanServer) service, restart ESF on the Android device, browse to LAN connection, done. Doesn't require plain text passwords or any other registry hack. Make note of any dependent services that may also need to be restarted: The following services are dependent on the Server service. Stopping the Server service will also ...


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You need a powered USB hub to make the LAN connection work. Amazon does a cheap powered hub. I have used this set-up for a tablet so it should work with your phone, which has a USB port. You should not need a different driver.


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I have got this from time to time, e.g. after the computer has reloaded with a different IP or if I have changed the computer name. When it occurs I usually delete the server from the app, unload ES File Explorer completely, and restart my phone and/or tablet, then when it comes up I re-scan and it seems to be OK again. I have never had to add 'smb://' to ...


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I have solved my problem by 'changing PC name' recently I have changde my PC name and write it in small letters, so write in Capital letters after much struggle I found solution by changing PC name, If you change your PC name then try this solution under my computer → properties → advance system setting → in computer name tab find change in bottom write ...


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I have a laptop with non updated Windows 10 - sharing is no problem with passwords My computer updated to latest Windows 10 version is showing in ES File Explorer. But received error: "Error, Can not find the server" with password protection on Windows 10. Tried the tricks mentioned here but no luck. Only thing that works is to; Turned off password-...


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In my case, there was a bug with the password. I recently changed the password of my Microsoft Account (which I used to log in to my PC) so I was trying to use my new password in ES Explorer. However, the password that worked was my old password. I guess this is a bug where Windows doesn't update the password used for remote connections and file sharing.


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As already stated in other answers, the android system printing service can already access to cups printer (at least for android 10). These are the steps I had to follow to make it work with debian buster since CUPS was not configured to accept LAN requests in my case. On debian buster Steps were taken from Sharing via Internet Printing Protocol @ wiki....


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For newer Android versions, CUPS printers are found by the standard print service, so no extra plugin or app has to be installed. Share the printer in CUPS Turn on print service in Android (search print service in settings) CUPS printers should be found automatically. Tested on Android 10.


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First, you need a rooted device. Then, have a look at this, it's maybe what you're searching for.


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Based on the assumption that your router is working and you can use WiFi, there could be two or more explanations to your problem: Either your tablet and your router are not compatible with each other, the port might be there but might need a higher network adapter compared to the one in your WWE10 tablet. There's a high possibility that your tablet network ...


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I think you could try Shared printer app from pelya available at play store. It is a cups installation for android. I hope it works for you.


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