I want to be able to read my android t-mobile prism as a computer storage device on my PC laptop via USB cable. Can anyone point me to a suitable driver or android adapter? Thanks.
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I don't know what to think anymore. I got the Kobo Arc not long ago. No, it is not an Arc 7 nor an Arc 7HD, just a simple Arc. When I connected it to my laptop via USB cable it was happily acknowledged as storage device using a MTP USB Device driver.
Now, it stopped doing that, now for some bizarre reason it won't accept the MTP USB driver, in fact the driver won't even load properly.
I purchased an HP 8 Tablet today running Android 4.2. When I plugged the USB cable into my Windows 8.1 laptop it recognized the device and let me browse the internal storage but the device had a warning icon in Device Manager and it said the driver was not installed properly. I tried to use ADB to copy an APK to the device and it said the device could not be found.
I have a car adapter with 2 USB ports, 1 of the devices is a continuos recording camera (with an SD card in it) and the other device is my Android phone (Sony Xperia, Android 4.3). However, when I connect both devices to the adapter the continuos recording camera stops recording and shows 'external storage' on the screen, and there is no way to stop this behavior on this device.
I'm urgently in need of a driver for belkin f9l1001v1... It's the N150 wireless USB adapter. I just bought it today because my previous adapter is broken. The installation included with the device is for Windows but, of course, I'm using Linux. Anyone know where it is available for download? Help me out pleaaase! Thank you so much.
I'd like to communicate a device that already has a serial output with an Android mobile phone. My plan is to use a cheap (CP2101; http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/pages/usbtouartbridgevcpdrivers.aspx) serial-to-USB converter.
Yesterday we deployed some of the latest Windows 8 and 8.1 updates to our users. One of them did loose network connectivity after the update. It turned out that their wireless adapter's driver was giving an error. The adapter is a Cisco Linksys AE1200 wireless-n adapter.
I am using Crunchbang 64 bit O.S. with a ASUS N150 wireless adapter. Everytime I close my laptop and it enters sleep mode, when I "wake it up" I am unable to connect back using the wireless adapter, I have to restart.
I wish to be able to read wireless traffic sent from my wireless keyboard. At first I thought I could just buy some board like Arduino, plug in a module like nRF24L01+ and use this combo. Since I'm not good at all with electronics I'd rather find another solution and, eventually, I thought that I already have a transreceiver for wireless comunication: my laptop wireless adapter.