Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by trackman1, Jul 29, 2012.
Hi just wnated to know how do i transfer files to galaxy nexus from my pc?....and reverse
1. Plug the Nexus into the USB port on your PC, then drag and drop.
2. Use an app such as es file explorer or air Droid and transfer files via wifi.
thanks.......... quick question ...did your nexus come with usb cable??....i checked what comes with the phone but did not show a usb cable did??
I honestly don't remember, I just used the one from my Droid X.
Yes the Nexus comes with a USB cable.
Does this still work? I don't think my USB storage connection to my PC has worked since ICS
Yes it works fine. Did you enable MTP?
Yes, MTP is enabled. However nothing happens when I plug into computer. it used to connect right up. Now, nothing. Read elsewhere that it doesn't work anymore, but I hope that's wrong!!
I have no clue why it would stop working.
I have had zero problems between ICS and JB getting MTP to function properly. There are only two times it doesn't work for me and both are understandable. If I reboot the phone while the phone is still plugged in. A simple unplug and replug solves that. And when I have fast charge enabled with kernels that allow for it.
Do you have USB debugging enabled? (settings > developer options)
What ROM and kernel are you using? Perhaps it is an issue with them?
Today was the first time I plugged mine in for storage since switching to JB.
The cable I use to charge it gave me the device not recognized message.
I switched cables and it worked as expected.
It's now WORKING FINE! Never thought of this, but switched to my original cable and it worked. Must have been the non-OEM cable I was using. Thank you all very much!
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