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[Q] MTP mode ENABLE/DISABLE

26th October 2013, 09:54 AM   |  #1  
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Hi,

I have just upgraded to 4.3 and when plugging USB to PC, a new status icon appears MTP mode enabled. I was very happy with that because I have accidentally deleted some of my photos, and as far as I know under MTP mode there is no way to recover deleted files if You are not rooted. I have tried all my best to find out how to use this new feature to disable MTP but without any success. Do You have any idea how can I do it? Or any way to recover deleted files under MTP

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Kucsi
26th October 2013, 11:51 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by kucsi

Hi,

I have just upgraded to 4.3 and when plugging USB to PC, a new status icon appears MTP mode enabled. I was very happy with that because I have accidentally deleted some of my photos, and as far as I know under MTP mode there is no way to recover deleted files if You are not rooted. I have tried all my best to find out how to use this new feature to disable MTP but without any success. Do You have any idea how can I do it? Or any way to recover deleted files under MTP

Many thanks in advance:

Kucsi

Mtp is there from begining i guess you noticed it now

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26th October 2013, 12:25 PM   |  #3  
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That's because you're missing the correct HTC One USB drivers. Otherwise, instead of being limited to the camera memory, you would see the HTC One displayed as type "Portable Device" and if you go in there, you'll see "Internal Storage" which will give you access to everything on your SD card, including pictures. Then, you can use a data recovery software, like GetDataBack to try and recover your deleted pictures.
26th October 2013, 01:58 PM   |  #4  
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That's because you're missing the correct HTC One USB drivers. Otherwise, instead of being limited to the camera memory, you would see the HTC One displayed as type "Portable Device" and if you go in there, you'll see "Internal Storage" which will give you access to everything on your SD card, including pictures. Then, you can use a data recovery software, like GetDataBack to try and recover your deleted pictures.

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Thank You for Your quick reply. I have already tried that, I can access the internal memory (see attached picture), but it has no drive letter as You can see. If a run get data back, the HTC ONE internal storage is not on the list I can select from( see picture getdata). What I am doing wrong?

Kucsi
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26th October 2013, 02:33 PM   |  #5  
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Hi,

Thank You for Your quick reply. I have already tried that, I can access the internal memory (see attached picture), but it has no drive letter as You can see. If a run get data back, the HTC ONE internal storage is not on the list I can select from( see picture getdata). What I am doing wrong?

Kucsi

Actually, forget about GetDataBack or other data recovery software. Have a look at this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1994705
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