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1st February 2013, 11:29 PM   |  #11  
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Plugging the phone into USB 2.0 makes the phone show up in portable devices, but LG Suite fails to identify the phone. I tried using both LGE Android Net MTP USB Device and MTP USB Device but they both fail. I have LG United Drivers and LG Suite installed already.
15th February 2013, 05:43 PM   |  #12  
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got thesame problem here mate..i search all over here and google the driver but still cant find any solution..this is so frustrating to fix this issue,,got install and uninstall the pc suite and driver many times but still cant get the solution..so what could be the fix????
no one can suggest..someone told me that maybe its causing the broken data cable but i have 3 cables now..
everytime i intend to install the MTP driver thing my pc always failed to do so,,saying that the filename,directory name or syntax label is incorrect..but i manually direct the search to lg driver folder but same error occurs..or there still other alternative apps that can transfer files without removing my sd to my phone,or atleast transfer files over the wifi..??
24th February 2013, 09:28 AM   |  #13  
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Any fix for this one? Already tried uninstalling, installing LG drivers, removed and reinserted SD card and everything. But still to no avail. It installs everything successfully EXCEPT USB MTP device which is the one I needed the most. Any solutions? Thanks!
24th February 2013, 01:31 PM   |  #14  
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Any fix for this one? Already tried uninstalling, installing LG drivers, removed and reinserted SD card and everything. But still to no avail. It installs everything successfully EXCEPT USB MTP device which is the one I needed the most. Any solutions? Thanks!

You must be on 64 bit windows. Not even on 64bit, Still try this...

1) Uninstall LG Drivers, LG PC Suite and anything you see named LG. Restart PC.
2) Install latest LG Driver from this post (step 4)
3) Install Optional MTP Driver from this post (step 4)
4) Open Windows Device Manager (just to watch whats happening.)
5) Disconnect Internet (To avoid stupid online WDM drivers)
6) Connect phone with Usb and let drivers install automatically. Give it some time to install drivers keeping watch on Device Manager window.
7) Keep changing USB connect modes to all modes one-by-one on Phone and let drivers install.

You should see MTP drivers installed now. If this does not help, cant think of anything else. If this works, press THANKS button

EDIT: Connect USB at backside of pc, directly to USB on pc motherboard.
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25th February 2013, 02:28 PM   |  #15  
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Re: Problems with MTP USB Device
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Originally Posted by cmahendra

You must be on 64 bit windows. Not even on 64bit, Still try this...

1) Uninstall LG Drivers, LG PC Suite and anything you see named LG. Restart PC.
2) Install latest LG Driver from this post (step 4)
3) Install Optional MTP Driver from this post (step 4)
4) Open Windows Device Manager (just to watch whats happening.)
5) Disconnect Internet (To avoid stupid online WDM drivers)
6) Connect phone with Usb and let drivers install automatically. Give it some time to install drivers keeping watch on Device Manager window.
7) Keep changing USB connect modes to all modes one-by-one on Phone and let drivers install.

You should see MTP drivers installed now. If this does not help, cant think of anything else. If this works, press THANKS button

EDIT: Connect USB at backside of pc, directly to USB on pc motherboard.

Thanks for taking the time to answer me mate. Already tried literally everything on what you just said above. Still no. I tried it on my brother's old vista laptop. One connect and it worked instantly! Lol.

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16th August 2013, 01:25 AM   |  #16  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by optimusl9

I plug my phone into a USB port.
The first time I did so, an AutoPlay window pops up prompting me to run LGAutoRun.exe. I click to do so.
The LG United Drivers are installed onto my computer great.

But then an AutoPlay window pops up prompting me to run LGAutoRun.exe. I click to do so.
My computer attempts to install MTP USB Driver, but fails. According to Windows, the device is unplugged.
The AutoPlay window reappears. Repeat from the beginning of the paragraph.

What have I done to deserve such trouble, LG?!?!

This may help - credit goes to levicki where I found this article. I was having problems with my Garmin Satnav

I can't post urls as I am a newbie member, so google this phrase mtp usb device failed device unplugged

and look for this result - near the end of page 1 on my search

HOWTO: Fix MTP USB driver problem in Windows 7 - Tips - Levicki's ...
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16th August 2013, 02:22 AM   |  #17  
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If you are running on windows xp you need to install windows media player 10 or later

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11th November 2013, 05:15 PM   |  #18  
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tried this method, still no go, tried almost everything on the web, mtp drivers fail to install
running win7 x64
25th January 2014, 09:29 PM   |  #19  
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Thumbs up solved mt htc one mtp problem
Quote:
Originally Posted by fazq01

This may help - credit goes to levicki where I found this article. I was having problems with my Garmin Satnav

I can't post urls as I am a newbie member, so google this phrase mtp usb device failed device unplugged

and look for this result - near the end of page 1 on my search

HOWTO: Fix MTP USB driver problem in Windows 7 - Tips - Levicki's ...



This one helped me to solve my problem ,, just deleted this file and tried it worked. C:\WINDOWS\INF\wpdmtp.inf
THANKS
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Quote:
Originally Posted by optimusl9

I plug my phone into a USB port.
The first time I did so, an AutoPlay window pops up prompting me to run LGAutoRun.exe. I click to do so.
The LG United Drivers are installed onto my computer great.

But then an AutoPlay window pops up prompting me to run LGAutoRun.exe. I click to do so.
My computer attempts to install MTP USB Driver, but fails. According to Windows, the device is unplugged.
The AutoPlay window reappears. Repeat from the beginning of the paragraph.

What have I done to deserve such trouble, LG?!?!

This works on XP x86

Need:
1. LG USB cable that came with the phone,
2. Media Player 10/11 preinstalled,
3. your LG Driver,
3. LG Phone,
4. and Media Transfer Protocol Porting Kit (mtppk12.exe)

1. with phone disconnected install Media Transfer Protocol Porting Kit
2. when asked to restart the PC, go ahead and restart
3. open device manager, connect phone to PC
4. install driver and watch LGE Android MTP disappear
5. be sure to toggle between Charge and MTP on the phone to install all drivers

this also works for HTC MTP

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