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(Q) file transfer using usb

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8th January 2014, 04:58 AM   |  #1  
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Im new nexus 7 user, just OTA update to 4.4.2 and rooted using wugfresh..

But afterward when i connect to computer, my nexus didnt detected n i cannot assess my sdcard for file transfer.. Anyone can help?



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8th January 2014, 05:17 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by slaughterer0206

Im new nexus 7 user, just OTA update to 4.4.2 and rooted using wugfresh..

But afterward when i connect to computer, my nexus didnt detected n i cannot assess my sdcard for file transfer.. Anyone can help?

Its a good chance that its a cable problem. Also got in Settings>Storage>[Menu]>Make sure 'MTP' is selected. You can try PTP as well I guess.

If you need to transfer file for emergency purposes use 'Airdroid' for the moment. I think you can use 'ES file explorer' but that would be a little more complicated.
8th January 2014, 05:52 AM   |  #3  
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cable work fine... i think some setting im missing or driver in my computer...
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cable work fine... i think some setting im missing or driver in my computer...

Download the WugFresh Nexus Toolkit. It has a setup for drivers, maybe that would help. You can also try adb push/pull commands to transfer files via usb.
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8th January 2014, 12:33 PM   |  #5  
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Go to : settings >> Storage >> USB computer connection , then check the option you want ( MTP or PTP )
in some roms i was not able to connect my device till i uncheck USB debugging form Developer options menu

[ my english is not well ]
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Go to : settings >> Storage >> USB computer connection , then check the option you want ( MTP or PTP )
in some roms i was not able to connect my device till i uncheck USB debugging form Developer options menu

[ my english is not well ]

i done it... before i root, its work fine.... i able to transfer my file through usb,,,
just after rooting it doesn't appear in my computer
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resolved my problem after founded this post
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=338

uninstalled and removed the driver,
then reboot my tab with MTP on, debug mode off...
and it installed the driver for MTP which was missed before...
hehee...
10th January 2014, 08:19 PM   |  #8  
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I gave up getting my XP machine to see the Nexus (Windows 7 laptop is OK).
I now use AirDroid instead, so much quicker and without the hassle of cables, drivers etc.
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I gave up getting my XP machine to see the Nexus (Windows 7 laptop is OK).
I now use AirDroid instead, so much quicker and without the hassle of cables, drivers etc.

I had connected n7 to winxp at my work computer without installing latest wmp-****. I do remember unpacking wmp-installer then manually installing some libs from it's dirs, but I do not remember if I had to add n7 vid&pid to some inf file. I will try and write some guide
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MTP wintout installing WMP11
Hi,

This is just another guide how to install driver and access nexus 7 2013 in windows XP...
  1. Get a WMP install for winXP
  2. Extract it by using command:
    Code:
    wmp11-windowsxp-x86-xx-xx.exe /C /T:[full-path-to-dest-dir]
    eg.
    Code:
    E:\_TEMP\8\>wmp11-windowsxp-x86-xx-xx.exe /C /T:e:\_temp\8\wmp11\
  3. Go into extracted directory, we are interested in files: wmfdist11.exe and umdf.exe
  4. Install them, one is User Mode Driver Framework and other one is "media framework"
  5. Go to
    Code:
    %windir%\inf
    ( eg.:
    Code:
    C:\WINDOWS\inf
    )
  6. Make a copy of file wpdmtphw.inf and open original one in notepad.
  7. Find section [VendorModels.NTx86] (or [VendorModels.NTamd64] if you have winxp 64bit)
  8. At end of section add those lines:
    Code:
    ; Nexus 7 2013 LTE
    %GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE2&MI_01
    %GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE2&REV_0228&MI_01
  9. Reboot your computer. Unplug also your Nexus, also switch off USB Debugging because of that you will see two MTP devices and you might try install MTP drivers for debug (which fail, or windows will yell with code 10...)
  10. Hook up Nexus and when windows popup about installing drivers, choose that you have driver and the location point to search set to
    Code:
    c:\windows\inf
    , click next, windows might complain that this driver is not intended to use with this device, so give win a slap and wait patiently until windows install driver
Windows might install drivers twice, just remember to point to windows/inf directory
If for some reason windows still don't want to accept drivers, try adding in inf before lines that your added this line:
Code:
%GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE2

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