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Unhappy [Q] Error Installing MTP for HTC One S C2 on Windows XP SP3

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10th March 2014, 05:01 PM   |  #1  
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Hi,
So I have tried each and every method I could search on the InterWebs.

I am trying to connect my HTC One S C2 (villec2) on Stock 4.1.1 Sense 4+ latest firmware
with Windows XP SP3, Latest HTCDriver_4.2.0.001 are installed. Yes Windows Media Player 11 in installed and NO it does not detect the device either.
ADB works. Windows detects the CD Drive with HTC Sync Manager but no MTP.
There isn't an option available for USB Mass Storage and I don't want to root just yet and I don't have Windows 7

I have tried entering:
%GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\VID_0BB4&PID_0DF8&MI_00

in both wpdmtp.inf and wpdmtphw.inf files.

And I have also tried updating the MTP device driver manually by using the "Have Disk" method.

I am at a loss. If someone can help me, please tell me a way to make MTP work on WINDOWS XP!!! PLEASE!!
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13th March 2014, 02:24 PM   |  #2  
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Help anyone? No one?
13th March 2014, 08:03 PM   |  #3  
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I had similar problem with MTP have Win7 and One S (ville) I resolved my problem with this software USBDevView:
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

-First uninstall your actual HTC driver (reboot PC)
-Download latest HTC Sync Manager which include latest driver 4.10.0.001
-Install HTC Sync Manager then uninstall it keep only the driver on your PC (reboot)
-You can delete with the software above all trace of HTC driver and old trace of all connected device to your PC (reboot)
for this launch the software with admin rights then for delete select the line with the same "Device name" then right click>"Uninstall Selected Device"
Be careful what you delete in the usb devices list delete one line at time! I know you have WinXP but I hope this help anyway!
To found more easier your devices in the list you can download this file usb.ids to have VendorID/ProductID (place it in soft. folder)
http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Cyclu

I had similar problem with MTP have Win7 and One S (ville) I resolved my problem with this software USBDevView:
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

-First uninstall your actual HTC driver (reboot PC)
-Download latest HTC Sync Manager which include latest driver 4.10.0.001
-Install HTC Sync Manager then uninstall it keep only the driver on your PC (reboot)
-You can deface with the software above all trace of HTC driver and old trace of all connected device to your PC (reboot)
for this launch the software with admin rights then for deface select the device>right click>Uninstall Selected Device
Careful what you deface in the usb device list! I know you have WinXP I hope this help anyway!

What do you mean by "deface"?
And why would I uninstall the device?
I will look into the above mentioned software and reply back.
14th March 2014, 12:59 PM   |  #5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AiZ_04

What do you mean by "deface"?
And why would I uninstall the device?
I will look into the above mentioned software and reply back.

Sorry bad translation I write deface instead delete it mean unistall selected device driver.
Yes the name "Uninstall selected device" may confuse but this function uninstall all trace of the device driver.

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