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Mass storage when i connect the usb in the p.c. the mass storage was not recognize

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Maybe its just the connection. It happeins to me all the time. Just unplug the connection and try it again. It doesnt always connect on the first or even second attempt. Make sure your phone is set to mass storage and not PC suite.

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First make sure you have the correct USB drivers for your phone installed on your pc. Go to device manager and see if your phone or mass storage device is listed. If not, download the drivers here, http://www.samsung.com/us/support/downloads. Make sure debugging on your phone is enabled. Please refer to the following:


  1. To set the Samsung Galaxy S2 to USB Mass Storage (MSC) mode, go into "Settings > Applications > Development" and enable "USB debugging".


  2. Then drag the status bar down and tap on "USB connected".


  3. The "USB connected" screen with the large green Android icon will appear. Tap on "Connect USB storage".

A confirmation dialog box will appear. Tap "OK". The green Android icon will turn orange, indicating that the phone is now in USB Mass Storage mode and should now appear as USB disk drives in "Devices with Removable Storage" and be assigned drive letters.

Samsung Galaxy S2 (Android 4.0)

  1. To set the Samsung Galaxy S2 to USB Mass Storage (MSC) mode, go into "Settings > More... > USB utilities" and tap on "Connect Storage to PC".


  2. Then plug the USB cable into the device and connect to your computer.


  3. The "USB connected" screen with the large green Android icon will appear. Tap on "Connect USB storage".


  4. A confirmation dialog box will appear. Tap "OK". The green Android icon will turn orange, indicating that the phone is now in USB Mass Storage mode and should now appear as USB disk drives in "Devices with Removable Storage" and be assigned drive letters.
Samsung Galaxy S2 (Android 2.3)

  1. To set the Samsung Galaxy S2 to USB Mass Storage (MSC) mode, go into "Settings > Applications > Development" and enable "USB debugging".



  2. Then drag the status bar down and tap on "USB connected".



  3. The "USB connected" screen with the large green Android icon will appear. Tap on "Connect USB storage".



  4. A confirmation dialog box will appear. Tap "OK". The green Android icon will turn orange, indicating that the phone is now in USB Mass Storage mode and should now appear as USB disk drives in "Devices with Removable Storage" and be assigned drive letters.

Samsung Galaxy S2 (Android 4.0)

  1. To set the Samsung Galaxy S2 to USB Mass Storage (MSC) mode, go into "Settings > More... > USB utilities" and tap on "Connect Storage to PC".



  2. Then plug the USB cable into the device and connect to your computer.



  3. The "USB connected" screen with the large green Android icon will appear. Tap on "Connect USB storage".



  4. A confirmation dialog box will appear. Tap "OK". The green Android icon will turn orange, indicating that the phone is now in USB Mass Storage mode and should now appear as USB disk drives in "Devices with Removable Storage" and be assigned drive letters.

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<span><span>You don't need software to transfer files. Here is what you need to do.</span><br /><br />Go into your phone settings.<br /><br />Click on Connection<br /><br />Select USB Connection Mode<br /><br />Select Mass Storage (You MUST have a 1g memory card or larger in the phone)<br /><br />Connect the USB to your phone and your PC <br /><br />Viola! your pc should recognize it as a mass storage device. Put files where you want them etc.<br /></span>

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I have a nokia n95 china clone on the board D800 v0.2 printed.when i conect with usb cable computer says device not recognize.what is this.help me plese.thanks


It means that the phone should be recognize as mass storage device, if it doesn't recognize it, you can try by restarting the PC with the phone connects to the computer, when the computer boots, it should be recognize as Mass Storage Device. You need no driver.

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Switch the phone on, then connect. You should have 3 options; Mass Storage, Webcam and PictBridge. Select Mass Storage. Depending on your system on your PC will connect immediately or maybe (older model) ask for driver. Driver for mass storage is 'generic' so will install automaticaly. After that go to 'my computer' and there will be 2 (!!!) new 'drives', the first one the external card on your phone, the second one the internal drive of your phone.

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