My phone is a Moto G4 running Android 7. So my problem breaks down into the following pieces: Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Community Forum Software by IP. Drilling down into its file structure you should come to a folder called ‘DCIM’ – that’s where your photos are stored.

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As in my phone is connected to the wifi and the laptop is connected to the phone via usb cable.

Where to find RNDIS driver for USB file transfer with XP & Moto G4 Android phone

I am not quite clear whether you are having a wifi problem or not but if you are I suggest you start a topic in the ‘Networking’ section about it. Several functions may not work. So my problem breaks down into the following pieces: Can you provide me a solution for Xperia Tipo in XP?

I tryied this bt der is problem to confugration a error is intrupting it. Can i access internet through the laptop?

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You can open the inf file and view the list yourself in wordpad or another program and see for yourselves. This worked for me.


Can you all specify your problems one by one here at http: Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. I’m set for the hundreds or thousands of pictures along the Appalachian Trail I’ll be accumulating starting next month.

Right-clicking brings up a “Choose a wireless network” pop-up which says “Windows cannot configure this wireless connection.

But my xp new hardware setup doesnt ask for exact location of the saved config file and hence tries searching in the path provided. The PC asked which kind and model of hardware installed you want.

I appreciate that taking the SIM card out may be more work than you wish to do. Things are different on my phone with Android Nougat. Breaking Protections in Hardware Cryptocurrency Wallets.

As I noted in my first post, it doesn’t work because it tries and fails to detect the InterNet immediately upon startup, and won’t proceed. Posted 19 February – In either case I would take the card out of the camera, and using an adapter, plug it directly into your computer then use Windows Explorer to transfer the images. From there I can scroll down to “USB for file transfer” and tap on that expanded notification for options.


I am not sure that you need this driver. The card should show up as an external drive aandroid WinExplorer, probably called ‘Motorola x,y,z’. There was a huge wait rndjs I could copy one photo file from the phone to my PC about minutes. Tethering will work on Win 7.

My phone is a Moto G4 running Android 7. I will be sharing your post on my blog — tanzimhasan.

Also i am actually trying to connect the laptop to internet through the phone wifi. If you have enabled another program to configure this wireless connection, use that software. I’ve tried the following: I’ve tried the following:. This is how I have taken photos off several phones in the past.