I can't connect my samsung j700 to my pc with the USB.
Everything seems to work fine until I am ready to connect. I click on file, then connection. USB is normally already highlighted but it says 'not connected'. I click on connect and nothing ever happens. HELP ME PLEASE
Re: I can't connect my samsung j700 to my pc with the...
Once you've installed the samsung software and drivers, plug the USB cable into the BACK of your PC (A USB2 slot).
sometimes the one's in the front are not correctly configured and do not detect any new software like cameras and phones very well.
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Use "Windows key+R:diskmgmt.msc" and right click on the empty space. It sounds as though you need to initiate the drive and then format it. Microsoft website can give you more detailed instructions if you need them.
install samsung pc studio after that connect your phone through pc in samsung pc studio mode after phone gets connected open pc studio-toolbox-internet connector click on internet connector your pc will be automatically get connected to internet. thanks enjoy
go to menu, select settings then go to phone settings and go to PC connections and choose mass storage. there, you will be using your phone as a USB mass storage. on your computer, go to MY COMPUTER and click on REMOVABLE DISK. and that's it! you can now put your files in your memory card. PC Studio 3 reads only those files from your phone not in your mjemory card..
I hope this could help..
I HAVE THIS PROBLEM but what i do is move all the files on my files to the micro sd then i copy some stuff from my Samson pc studio 3 to my phone until my memory is full then i repeat it until i get what i want there is one problem i takes a LONG TIME.
make sure that ur using the 2.0 port of ur computer
dont use front usb ports cpu. use rear ports. they are faster.
if still problem persists. try below
conect ur phone to usb. now without disturbing the connections switch off and then on the phone. now there may be chances.
samsung sofware could be corrupted due to virus on ur pc. remove all the viruses then freshly install suit
When I (USB) plug in my RCA Opal M4002A mp3 player into my "Office PC" it works fine, but when I plug it into my "Studio PC" the "Opal" screen shows "USB connected" and so does the "PC" with the "Device Connected Sound" but then the "Mouse Pointer" changes to the "Hour Glass" you hear the "System Notification Sound" then the "Mouse Pointer" changes back to the default "Arrow Pointer" and this back and forth action loops endlessly until I unplug it. I've tried everything. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thank You, Quaal *** ONLY THIS PART OF THE ABOVE MESSAGE IS MINE ***
ALSO I HAVE THE "RCA Opal M4002A" (2GB) mp3 player.
*** After much trial and error this FIXED my problem. ***
1 - First right mouse click on "My Computer".
2 - Left click on "Properties"- Left click on "Hardware"- Left click on "Device Manager".
3 - Now with one end of the USB cable plugged into your mp3 player, plug the other into your USB port. (Now when I did this a new "Portable Device" icon with an "MTP" Driver (sub icon) showed up in the "Devices List". (The "MTP" icon had an "!" on it, telling my it wasn't working properly. I then did this.
4 - Right click on "MTP" driver icon, then ...
5 - Left click on "Update Driver". (I was then given two choices. The top one was the faulty "Portable Device" driver which I had done everything I could to fix, but nothing worked. So I then did this ...
6 - Left click on the "Mass Storage" Driver (the second choice below it in the list), I then clicked "OK". The "Updating Driver" screen showed for a moment. The "Portable Device / MTP Driver(!)" icon vanished from the "Device Manager" devices list, But the looping STOPPED!!! My Opal was working beautifully and showing in my "Root Directory" as Drive j: and in "Device Manager" under "Disk Drives" as "Thomson Opal USB Device".
P.S. For some reason the file transfers are noticeably faster now. Good Luck, Quaal
that's the link with driver for samsung SGH J700 works perfectly with my phone http://www.samsung.com/au/support/download/supportDown.do?group=mobilephone&type=mobilephone&subtype=megapixelphone&model_nm=SGH-J700&disp_nm=SAMSUNG%20J700&language=&cate_type=all&dType=D&mType=SW&vType=R&prd_ia_cd=01011800 kisses all :*
You may need to download PC Studio from Samsung for your phone first and the phone is confused because its not installed. If you already have installed this app, remove and reinstall it as it may be a corrupted intallation. If all that fails call Samsung for further more specific help.