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I am have problem copying Pics from my PC to Nexus 5. the pics dont get copied to Nexus 5. the copying progress bar stops and stays as it is.
and then in phone i get a message "process.media.......is stopped" please help..
 
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Please do a search, it is a known old problem.

Tapatalked from my Nexus 5
 
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Please do a search, it is a known old problem.

Tapatalked from my Nexus 5
i tried turning ON USB debugging, changing the USB storage options, reinstalling drivers.. but no Use.
 
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WiFi the files over.

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk
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Yep. MTP isn't really a good way to copy stuff to and from.
I personally use AirDroid. I was honestly a little skeptical about using WiFi to transfer files, but AirDroid really changed my opinion on it.
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Dropbox would also be another option you could try.
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