Edited by Curmudgeon3, 18 February – Breaking Protections in Hardware Cryptocurrency Wallets. Pls explain to me clearly. But my xp new hardware setup doesnt ask for exact location of the saved config file and hence tries searching in the path provided. Everyone, Seems tethering is not giving a proper solution.. Please let me know what am i doing wrong here. In either case I would take the card out of the camera, and using an adapter, plug it directly into your computer then use Windows Explorer to transfer the images.

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I want to move hundreds of pictures off my Moto G4 phone to my Windows desktop over a USB cable much faster than uploading them to some place in the cloud and androif downloading them to my PC. Posted 19 February – After that, restart everything and reconnect phone cable again. Please log in to reply. If you dont have these phones you will have to find the driver for your phone or edit the inf file to add your phone dont do this if you have no idea what youre doing. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.

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If you have enabled another program to configure this wireless connection, use that software. Things are different on my phone with Android Nougat. The card should show up as an external drive in WinExplorer, probably called ‘Motorola x,y,z’. There was a huge wait before I could copy one photo file from the phone to my PC about minutes.

For the second, this only appeared after installing and removing one of the above programs. The wizard fails to find anything at Microsoft. All above did connect phone as Endis storage. Posted 18 February – As I noted in my first post, it doesn’t work because it tries and fails to detect the InterNet immediately upon startup, and won’t proceed.

However, photos are just. Posted By Admin — March 14, I too tried connecting it folowing the above steps. Instead, pulling down from the notification area gives a 3-line expanded description of each notification icon.

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I am not quite clear whether you are having a wifi problem or not but if you are I suggest you start a topic in the ‘Networking’ section andrpid it. Edited by Curmudgeon3, 18 February – Huawei M Android Version 2.

USB Tethering with Windows XP :: Android

USB 2 is faster than As in my phone is connected to the wifi and the laptop is connected to the phone via usb cable. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. There are a bunch of driver sites, but they contain just download links and negligible information about the software.

I had the same issues but only after my phone upgraded to the new android ics anrroid.