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Old January 23rd, 2013, 01:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I d/l Android Commander, installed it on my laptop along with the Kyocera Hydro phone drivers. When I open Android Commander I can see every directory and file that ES File Explorer sees on the phones screen including the root and system directories. When I try to drag a sound file that I converted to the ogg format to the phone from my laptop. Android Commander says my phone is not rooted. I have 2 root checking prog's "got root?" and "root checker". Thay both say the phone is rooted. I also have a wifi tethering prog that won't work if the phone is not rooted. The tethering prog works just fine. It is my backup ISP if Charter goes down. It isn't as fast as Charter but it does the job in a pinch. Android Commander only sees the phone when the phone is in debug mode and media transfer in the phone is checked. I tested the phone drivers on my laptop and thay are ok. I must not be doing something right. any ?


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The Kyocera Hydro was announced at CTIA 2012, in New Orleans. It is a mid-range device with fair specs, but what makes it more enticing is its ruggedness. While it certainly doesn't look too tough, it can withstand 1 meter water submersion for ... Read More

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