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Old March 30th, 2013, 02:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello i've just found a problem with my htc one x usb mass drive support,every time i try to connect it to my samsung tv it does not recognize my phone storage so i can't play music,videos etc through my mobile on the tv,haven't got that problem with htc desire hd,anyone got something about it?Thanks.

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Old March 30th, 2013, 04:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If you've updated to JellyBean, I don't believe you'll be able to unfortunately. The option to mount as mass storage has been removed in 4.1 and above.
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Right, only with custom roms pissible.this is strange anyway what is the big idea...
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It's a Google thing, no idea why they decided to change things
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This was driving me nuts last night. I wonder if it's designed to force you to buy the HTC media link? What bugs me the most is that I can't get my photos onto my computer.
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This was driving me nuts last night. I wonder if it's designed to force you to buy the HTC media link? What bugs me the most is that I can't get my photos onto my computer.
It's something Google implemented with 4.1 and above and outwith HTC's control.

When connecting to the PC, you need to give it a bit of time to install the drivers (some folk have reported it can take up to 10 mins), but you should be given the option to mount it as a media storage device allowing you to transfer your pics etc.

Failing that, you can look at apps like Airdroid or MyPhoneExplorer to transfer wirelessly.
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