Hi Guys ....
The third problem which i have with this Note 10.1 : i cannot connect the device as mass storage , i tried everything , also search google , but no way ,
Does anyone of you make it ?
Hello guys! I'm running Ultimate JB rom since v4 and since then I can't connect my phone USB in MTP mode. I tried many things like USB mode switcher from market, tried running manually script: setprop persist.sys.usb.config mtp,adb - but no success... It just connects in Mass Storage mode. After reboot it just goes in Mass Storage mode again!
I just found a problem on my note ii. I wanted to know if it's just me or if it happens with you guys as well. It happened with my old my Note II, so I exchanged it. The problem is still there with the new note.
Connect Android to PC as USB Mass Storage
PC Application places files on the Android mass storage device
Android App scans a folder and detects these files have been placed there by the PC
Android App does an action with that file
I am creating a custom build of Android so I have access to everything.
Hello! I have a problem.
Not long ago I became an owner of a Samsung Galaxy Mini 2. I transferred my 4gb Micro SD card into it, the things on it are accessible just fine, but. When trying to mount the device as mass storage in Linux, it does not work.
My phone only charges when I connect it to my laptop. It used to give me a mass storage option but it doesn't anymore. I tried using the debugging thing but that didn't help me any. Can someone help me figure out the problem please?
My device storage is showing overly miscalculated values. First of I am using a Samsung Galaxy Note 8. I have been using this device for 7 months now and this is the first time I have this problem. The internal storage of the device is only 16gb (usable is only 9.8 gb something out-of-the-box.
The note 8.0 has bug with the shipped JB 4.1.2 firmware. It can not use LEAP protocol to connect the wifi even if you have the correct configuration. I googled for a while and detect the problem on Note 8 is with the broadcom firmware.