I have a Lenovo vibe k5 note(a7020a48) and a k5 plus(a6020a40). I want to transfer files from the phones to my old pc which runs XP. I downloaded MTP drivers for XP. My k5 note works fine and I can transfer data to and fro, but my k5 plus does not show up It shows up as unknown device and sometimes it shows USB device not working.
Keep in mind the aforementioned scenarios are a bit different from connecting the device through the plain old Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) or Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) mode. MTP enables the end-user to browse the internal memory on the device from a PC as if it's an external storage drive. Microsoft ships a generic MTP/PTP driver with every edition of Windows since Windows XP, so you don't need an external driver for that.
Most Android OEMs offer official driver packages for their devices. Besides the ADB and Fastboot interfaces, these drivers also support proprietary flashing protocols designed by the corresponding device maker. For example, if you want to flash a Samsung Galaxy device, you must install the Samsung USB driver package beforehand.
Note that Microsoft has been shipping a generic ADB driver with Windows for a while, so installing the OEM driver just for the sake of USB debugging might not sound worthwhile anymore. Windows can also check and install the missing drivers on the fly through Windows Update. However, Microsoft-recommended drivers are not always the best choice for complex USB interfaces, so do check out the official driver pack whenever possible.
Now that you've downloaded the suitable driver package for your device, it's time for you to install it. Some OEMs offer standard installer executables, which means you can easily install the whole driver suite by double-clicking on the setup file and following the wizard.
On some occasions, the OEM drivers aren't enough. Perhaps you've stumbled upon a no-name generic tablet, or the flash mode interface of your shiny new phone has yet to get an official driver from its maker. In that case, you can forcibly install an existing driver package for a similar USB interface through Device Manager.
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This license is commonly used for video games and it allows users to download and play the game for free. Basically, a product is offered Free to Play (Freemium) and the user can decide if he wants to pay the money (Premium) for additional features, services, virtual or physical goods that expand the functionality of the game. In some cases, ads may be show to the users.
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Whenever you want to connect your smartphone to a computer, make sure to have installed the official latest MTP USB drivers on your computer. You can enable the MTP option, once your device is connected to a computer by swiping the notification panel.
Microsoft provides a set of class drivers to support the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP). If your device supports MTP, you can use one of these drivers. In addition to the class drivers, Microsoft provides a setup information (.inf) file to install a class driver. This file is named WpdMtp.inf.
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This may be caused by one of the following:1. Minimum system requirements were not met2. Corrupted drivers3. Computer restrictions4. Power issue5. Bad cablePlease click here for Sansa Clip Sport.To resolve this issue, try the following solutions:
When connecting the Sansa to the computer if the screen comes on but does not show \"Connected\" on the screen the port is providing power however the data connection is not working. This could be due either to the Cable, PC, or a defective device. Please try using a different cable and connecting to a different PC. If the Sansa still connects and charges but never shows connected on the screen even after trying different PC and cables contact SanDisk support to check warranty status.SOLUTION 3 - Refresh the driverSTEP 1 - Connect the Sansa player to the PCThe screen on your player should turn on, show 'Connected' and indicate the battery charging or full.- If the player does NOT turn on try other USB ports or on another computer if one is readily available. Ensure you are connecting directly to the computer USB port and not to a USB hub.- Refer to \"MTP Device Cannot Start code 10\" if you get this error message- If there is nothing showing on the screen and the player does show up in as a storage device in an explorer window, then the screen is just NOT working.- If you receive the error \"USB Device Not Recognized\" on the computer, the player is most likely failed. Additional troubleshooting is unlikely to correct the problem.Note: If you experience either of the 2 issues above the issue is likely hardware related. Contact SanDisk technical support to check warranty status.STEP 2 - Check under Device Manager1. Open the Computer Management ConsoleAccessing the Computer Management Console
2. Click Device Manager on the left pane.NOTE: Sansa MP3 Players can connect to your computer in MSC or MTP mode. Exceptions are Sansa Connect and Sansa Express which only use MTP mode. MTP mode is the recommended and default method for Sansa Players when used with Windows OS.The Sansa player will show up on Device Manager's right pane as:1. USB Mass Storage device (if the player is set to MSC)2. Portable Device (if the player is set to MTP mode)If there is a yellow exclamation point (!) or question mark () beside the device, try to refresh the drivers. STEP 3 - Refresh the drivers1. Right-click the entry with the error mark, select Uninstall.2. On the top menu click Action then select Scan for hardware changes.NOTE: If a device with yellow exclamation point (!) continually appears and disappears, then the player is most likely failed. Additional troubleshooting is unlikely to correct the problem.
It can be especially useful for cases where:you want to access a device using a libusb-based applicationyou want to upgrade a generic USB driveryou want to access a device using WinUSB
I had this problem with my PC (windows 7, 64-bit) and my iPad. After messing with it for a long time, I finally found the answer (bad USB driver). The following two step process should help resolve these kinds of problems more quickly.
Step 4 of checks if the Apple Mobile Device USB driver is installed. This is essential and a common source of problems. In at least some cases, Windows will install the 'MTP USB' driver. Indeed, Windows will reinstall this driver if you uninstall it. The MTP USB driver is essentially a Windows bug (possibly caused by Microsoft). You MUST replace the MTP USB driver with the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver. Step 4 explains how to do this. Note that you MUST use the 'Have Disk' approach. Otherwise, Windows will just reinstall the invalid MTP driver.
The Apple doc indicates that you can find the correct driver at C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Common Files\\Apple\\Mobile Device Support\\Drivers. Perhaps this is correct on some systems. You may find the correct driver in C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\Apple\\Mobile Device Support\\Drivers.
iTunes could make this a lot easier by checking if the iDevice is known to Windows (what USBDevier does) and if the Apple Mobile Device USB driver is properly installed for the iDevice. Sadly it doesn't perform either check. Note that iTunes does if some of the related services (see above) are actually running.
I'm having the same problem. I tried this fix but it did not work. When the driver loads at startup I get a message saying that the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver installed but the iPhone failed. Any other suggestions 1e1e36bf2d