imagine you want to transfer files from your Android device to your PC only to
discover that its not been recognize by your PC as a hard drive. So you plug, re-plug, and even check the wire but no avail.
almost every Android device I’ve been privileged to own… but with the help of
the guide below, you’ll be able to fix this problem depending on the action you
carefully explain each.
causes incompatibility between your Android and PC so it is advisable to try
different original USB Cable before trying the next method. It will amaze you
to note that bad USB cable won’t even charge the device talk more of giving you
access to transfer files to your PC.
to navigate through from your Window 7,8 or 10 PC.
device is not recognize)
select ‘properties’ then ‘Device Manager’
in the left sidebar, or go to ‘Control Panel’ then ‘system’ then ‘Device
Manager’ from the left sidebar.
to Portable device or other device, uninstall the drivers.
device from the PC. Make sure your computer is connected to the Internet and
automatic updating is turned on, then replug your device and allow Windows to
find and install the drivers all over again.
device appears as a hard drive, if so, you are good to go. If not, proceed to
the next method.
options and click ‘USB Computer connection’. Next click on the ‘Media Device’ (MTP) checkbox. If
already checked, try unchecking it, exiting out of settings, then coming back
again and rechecking it.
options>> and scroll down to enable USB debugging .
into your PC, and see if that solves the problem.
then you device might seems to have a faulty base. If you have had trouble
getting the device to charge, or if you need to manipulate the position of the
wire to get it to charge, these are all clues that the problem may be your