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Old October 11th, 2013, 12:56 PM   #54 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Bratone View Post
No, the phone is brand new, I bought it from Vodafone.

Talking about apps, can you please name some that will help me to transfer music from my PC to my phone ?
My bad - as you don't have another computer, I was asking what version is your PC operating system.

Maybe it's a known version issue and we can point you at drivers or something.

But marc is right - you can always challenge them to try it at a store and that can help troubleshooting.

There are a number of file sharing/syncing apps. If you're using iTunes, check out iSyncr in the Play Store.

Really though, the easiest way is to just use Airdroid if you're OK with drag and drop.

And Airdroid works like the name sounds - transfer music, pictures and more without cabling hassles.


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Why can't anyone give me a reason for my HTC one not connecting to my PS3? I don't care about PC issues I want to hook to my PS3!!!!! Why won't it recognize my HTC one????
How exactly?

If you want to use the PS3 controller with your One, you need an OTG cable.

If you want to stream content from your One to the PS3, you can do that wirelessly, the One will be a DLNA server because the PS3 is a DLNA player.

If you want to cable them together and use the One as mass storage, so far as I know, you can't.

The Jellybean spec excludes usb mass storage protocol (UMS) and the One complies with the spec.

It only supports Media Transport Protocol from Microsoft, aka MTP.

The PS3 wants UMS.
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