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[Q] No USB Mass Storage notification icon

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By ericjj, Member on 27th April 2014, 05:11 PM
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Hi, having no problem connect with my SGW to my PC via USB previously, until recently, no more USB mass storage/USB debug icon appear at notification bar. (but charging phone via USB still working and fine)

Using
-Windows 7
-Samsung galaxy W with Cyanogenmod 9 from acro68.

Try searching through google and try all method still cannot fix it.
1) clear dalvik cache - fail
2) re-enable 'Andoid debugging' in 'Developer options' - checked, but fail
3) Storage > USB computer connection > Mass storage - fail... change to other type, also fail
4) try using Easy Tether from Google Play - fail
5) Reboot PC, use other PC - fail
6) Reboot phone with and without USB connecting to PC - fail
7) Install samsung driver in PC - fail

Not remembering I had changed any setting in phone, but the USB icon just won't appear once the USB is connected.
Having greenify installed in phone, not thinking this or other app will cause this problem.
Really need some help please
 
 
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Hi, having no problem connect with my SGW to my PC via USB previously, until recently, no more USB mass storage/USB debug icon appear at notification bar. (but charging phone via USB still working and fine)

Using
-Windows 7
-Samsung galaxy W with Cyanogenmod 9 from acro68.

Try searching through google and try all method still cannot fix it.
1) clear dalvik cache - fail
2) re-enable 'Andoid debugging' in 'Developer options' - checked, but fail
3) Storage > USB computer connection > Mass storage - fail... change to other type, also fail
4) try using Easy Tether from Google Play - fail
5) Reboot PC, use other PC - fail
6) Reboot phone with and without USB connecting to PC - fail
7) Install samsung driver in PC - fail

Not remembering I had changed any setting in phone, but the USB icon just won't appear once the USB is connected.
Having greenify installed in phone, not thinking this or other app will cause this problem.
Really need some help please


Have you installed a custom rom?
1st May 2014, 06:21 AM |#3  
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Have you installed a custom rom?

Yup, as mentioned, i installed CM9 from acro68 years ago.
But previously do not have any problem, until recently...
Any idea to help
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Yup, as mentioned, i installed CM9 from acro68 years ago.
But previously do not have any problem, until recently...
Any idea to help

Time for eating KitKat
5th May 2014, 02:06 PM |#5  
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Time for eating KitKat

haha!! any stable kitkat rom for SGW? not sure the acro version is stable for daily use.
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haha!! any stable kitkat rom for SGW? not sure the acro version is stable for daily use.

For me Mokee OS runs without any issues

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25th June 2015, 07:41 AM |#7  
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Storage This solution is for those who will face the same problem
To fix same problem on my S4 mini I've tried:
Numerous PCs and USB cables
USB debugging (& Stay awake & Unknown sources) checked and unchecked
Unmounted & remounted SD card
Asking the PC to look for new hardware
Removed and re-installed PC drivers
Dial *#7284# or *#0808# and set MTP+ADB USB Setting

Nothing help me.
However, thanks to SparksGuy, I have the solution , as follows:
1. Remove phone from PC and remove battery to shut off phone.
2. Plug USB cable into PC.
3. Plug USB cable (other end) into phone.
4. The PC install new hardware appropriate drivers for a few minutes (phone without battery)
5. Unplug USB cable from phone
6. Put battery back in and turn on phone
7. As the phone boots, hold down Volume up and down. Phone boots into safe mode.
8. Plug USB cable into phone.
9. I saw notification about USB MTP-connecting on the phone. PC have found my phone!
10. After the reboot in normal mode problem was fixed
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