You want to move some of your important files from your Huawei P10 to your Windows computer but you couldn’t because the computer doesn’t recognize your phone. If you are here for the same concern, then feel free to use this content as reference when you troubleshoot the problem. One of the requisites in managing
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Tackled in this context is a syncing issue with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, particularly not being detected or recognized by the computer. And to give you more inputs whenever you’ll encounter the same issue on the same device, I’ve also lined up a few recommended workarounds and potential solutions for you to try on.
Computers play a vital role when managing data on your phone. You can move or back up important data from your phone to your computer and manage your phone system on your computer. You can also add some files to your phone from a computer. All these are done by connecting your phone to your
Samsung is not only known for releasing high-end devices but also for producing numbers of good quality, mid-range smartphones and tablets. One of its newest entrants that’s rolled out last January of this year is a 5-inch smartphone branded as the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro, also known as Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) or Samsung Galaxy
Windows 10 comes packed with generic drivers for almost all devices so if you connect your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus through USB cable, the latter should be detected and recognized but there are times when your phone is not recognized by PC. Depending on how often you connect your phone to your computer or for
There may be a time when you want to create a copy of your photos, videos, documents, or other types of data to your computer. If you want to do that but your Galaxy S10 is not recognized by PC, there should be a set of troubleshooting steps that you must do to fix it.
We already have published so many support articles for Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Note 3. In June, I published the first part of our series that deals with Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition problems, errors and glitches. Since then, we’ve received a lot of emails from owners asking how to fix their problems
While the #Samsung Galaxy S7 (#GalaxyS7) has a #microSD card slot for storage expansion, some users still use their computers or laptops in backing up some of their files especially their pictures, music and videos. But what will you do if your phone can’t be detected nor recognized by your computer? Such is the case
Need to transfer contents from your Samsung S9 Plus but couldn’t do so because your phone is not recognized by your computer? Keep reading and find out why this happens and how to fix the problem on your end using applicable workarounds and standard procedures.. Aside from external memory, computers also play a significant role
Computers play a key role when it comes to smartphone file management, particularly backups. Aside from cloud storage and SD cards, many people would prefer to use computers to back up important files they saved on the phone’s memory. Aside from accessibility, computer drives are more credible than other storage media like SD cards. To
Data management in mobile devices are usually done using computers. Backing up files, downloading contents, and even installing software updates on the phone can be done through computers especially if wireless option isn’t available. To make all these possible, you will need to connect your phone to your computer through USB connector/cable. The entire process
When your computer failed to recognize your smartphone the moment you plugged it into the computer’s USB port, it may be due to a problem on the phone or computer system. This denotes the need to troubleshoot both devices unless hardware damage is to blame. Highlighted in this post are applicable workarounds to address a
There are many possible reasons as to why a Windows computer would fail to read or recognize a smartphone when connected via USB cable. The main problem can be attributed to a bad hardware or software errors either on the phone or the computer. Having said that, you will need to troubleshoot both the phone
So you need to back up some important files from your HTC U12/U12 Plus to your Windows PC but couldn’t get it done because your HTC phone is not recognized? If you’re dealing with the same issue, then this post may help. Read on and find out how to fix this problem with some simple