the phone is unable to connect to Bluetooth on the laptop. it's paired but still refuses to connect. also the phone is also not shown as a modem on the device manager. Any idea where I can find modem drivers for the phone. I tried NPS and KIES but they both fail to find the device and do not install the modem drivers.
I bluetooth'd my Hero to my laptop and here's more info on it.
1. The speakers on the laptop serve as a wireless speaker system when you make or receive a call. 2. The speakers also play music from your Hero. 3. Transfer files to and from the Hero 4. Send a fax 5. Tether! 6. PIM sync (hello WinMo users!) 7. Wireless printing
I've performed all of these functions without a hitch. So the Hero looks as if it's a better phone than anticipated... at least for me anyway.
I created a wireless adhoc network in my laptop and tried to discover the wireless network from my galaxys, but its not able to detect the connection. But when i try the same with a wireless router/modem its working fine. and 1. how do i use dlna without a wireless router (just my laptop and galaxys) 2. how to use unified wifi remote.
I own a Chevy Camaro SS 2012 that has Bluetooth handsfree built in. Works like a charm with my friends LG phone with Android, as well as with my company iPhone 4S.
But with my Samsung Galaxy Nexus running native Android 4.2.2 it will pair just fine, but I am only able to hear the sound and use the mic in the car, but not engage any functions nor access the contacts list. So I cannot answer calls, or make new ones etc...
The problem is not in the car as it works fine with other phones, and I've tried to reset everything on both the phone and in the car and then re-pair them, without any success. Nobody on the Camaro forums knows how to proceed.
I have just bought an Android Smart TV Box (to replace my AC Ryan media box which gave up the ghost a few days ago) and it mostly works fine - it is connected to my tv via hdmi and the box is hard wired to my router - so it is the standard connection setup. I have two usb hard drives connected to it. I obviously want to drag and drop media files from my phone (android) or my laptop (Windows7) to the connected hard drives I use ES Explorer app on my phone and Windows explorer but using either version I cannot see the Android box wirelessly - if i do a scan using es explorer it finds the laptop straight away and i can drag and drop but it just will not find the android box at all. However if i go onto the Android box and into the es explorer app and do a scan it picks up the laptop and i can drag and drop a file onto the laptop. So the wireless is sort of working as opposed to not at all. But just seems odd that i cant see it at all - i cant even ping it from the laptop.
Is it possible to explore the SD card's contents on Android phone using Bluetooth connection ?
Years back when I had Sony K800, i switched on BT on phone and laptop, and I could see the K800 on the "My Computer" page.
then i could enter and explore and transfer files directly through the windows explorer.Currently I have HTC Desire S, running Android 2.3.5 and Laptop CQ-45 (Compaq) running Vista.But I am not able to explore the phone easily.
To transfer file I have to select each file, then start the BT file transfer wizard on laptop, which could either send or receive ONE file at a time.if I try to send more than one file (pictures, few MBs), then only one gets sent and I have to restart the BT file wizard again to receive another file on the laptop.
I use this just if I need to transfer a few snaps i might have taken with the phone, for larger files (videos) i use the USB cable.I installed the BT File Transfer app from the Market, but that also does not work.
My wifi is not always on, so i cannot use Airdroid or some such way.Options are BT or USB.
I want to format my phone, it's kinda full and going very slow. Here comes the question: Is it a good way to back up my android phone by connecting it to my laptop and copy all the files and maps in to my D: drive. I don't mind if it doesn't my text messages and contacts.
I am using a rooted Samsung Galaxy S plus (i9001).
For some reason my plug stopped working, ive only had my galaxy s4 active is only 2 weeks old. it only charges when plugged into my laptop or xbox, but when i plug it in the manufactured plug and usb cord the phone will not charge while on. when off, the phone just vibrates every 3 seconds. and will not charge.
it used to charge on the plug when i would have it already plugged into my computer for a little bit. but now it doest work anymore..
Im wondering where to transfer these books when I plug in my phone to my computer? Ive tried just pasting them into the kindle app, but that didnt work and there doesnt seem to be a folder that supports books.
NEED HELP CONNECTING MY DELL 1720 TO THE INTERNET. IVE TRIED PDANET AND EASY TETHER AND NO LUCK.IT SAYS IM CONNECTED BUT HAVE NO INTEENET,CONNECTION. I turned on debugging and still nothing I don't know what to do I've tried everything can anybody help. I just got the evo last week it is not a rooted evo though I don't want to have to root to go on the internet
method to connect my Desire to my laptop? I have connected the charger usb to both and then had a message to insert the disc that came with the phone which i can't recall ever having? Consequently it fails to connect because of the lack of driver. Windows found no solution
Using the HTC Hero as a USB Modem | Brightpoint GB Tech Blog But it doesn't work, as soon as i select enable mobile network sharing, it just says its installing drivers, then it says it can't install the Android Phone.
This is the information with the error: Description: Windows detected a new device attached to your computer, but could not find the driver software it needs to make the device usable. Each device manufacturer typically includes driver software of a CD that comes with the device, or as a download from its website. The hardware ID of your device is USBVID_0BB4&PID_0FFE&REV_0100.
Problem signature: Problem Event Name: PnPDriverNotFound Architecture: x86 Hardware Id: USBVID_0BB4&PID_0FFE&REV_0100 OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.3 Locale ID: 1033
I have a nexus 4 with straight talk and am trying to figure out how to use the internet when I am not connected to WiFi. My wife's Galaxy Proclaim android phone automatically connects to 3G when cell service is available however my Nexus 4 does not.
When I connect my phone via USB to my laptop or my desktop using any of the USB ports, my phone blacks out, goes to an Android start graphic, briefly shows the home view then blacks out over and over. It does charge albiet slowly. I turn the phone off so it will charge fully. In addition I get an alert from Windows "USB Device Not Recognized". Works fine when not connected via USB.
Model Number ? Docomo HTC HT-03A Firmware Version ? 1.6 Baseband Version ? 62.50S.20.17H_184.108.40.206I Kernel Version ?2.6.29-00479-g3c7df37 android-build@apa26 #19 Build Number ? DRD08 Carrier ? NTT Docomo Country you are using your phone in ? Japan
Update- Well I got the PC to connect to the phone by updating the HTC sync driver but I still can't use the phone when it is plugged in to the USB. Screen goes dark and none of the buttons function and the charge light is lit.
I have tried to connect my phone to my laptop and cant get it to work. Yes, I am using the original cable that came with my phone. I have the samsung drivers on there that I used to root. Could that be it? I have windows 7 I have turned on and off debugging, didnt work. It shows in my computer that I have "samsung android" but wont open or anything? I want to put music on it and take some off I downloaded.
my moment connects just fine to my pc running xp. same OS on laptop and when i plug in i get a tone, select "mount" on phone. the phone thinks its connected but nothing on laptop (not recognized). device manager says its working properly, could this be affected by admin which i am not? any help is awesome.
I have an app that I'm wanting to use (Reads car protocols to control tablet). Presently, this app relies on the data being transfered via USB into the tablet. I'm wanting to either add or replace this connection method to allow for Bluetooth. I assume I'm only needing to change this connection method within the app's resources, manifest and XML files - needs to point to the Bluetooth socket, instead of the USB socket.
Currently, I connect to the OBDII Bluetooth device and run Torque. So, the connection will already be present with the device, just need the separate app (Steering Controls) to read the data coming into the tablet via Bluetooth for specific information that triggers the app to do what it's designed to do.
Well at schoolwifi seems to work finewell at least it used to it would connect perfectly now it connects and says athundicating or something like that ... I'm on a nexus 7 .. My iPod used to connect until the same thing happen ... My wifi just turned off and I though the schools was down but for then on I couldent connect... I'm guessing that they blocked me ... is their anyway to bypass this .... Note this is not a phone its a 7 inch tablet so I can't pull it out of my pocket and text lmao. I play games on spare time and research stuff at lunch or after school..