Hi, I don't know what you call the process of ' connecting an Android cellphone to a Windows notebook via its data/power USB cable to get navigating to the SD/Phone storage via Windows explorer" However, when connecting my smart cellphone LT-M5_Lite with using its "DATA/Power" USB cable to my HP notebook, I didn't see that my HP notebook recognized it(nothing was listed in the 'Devices and Drives" as usual in the past). So, I couldn't get connected to my data stored on my cellphone ('SD crad' or 'Phone storage) using USB cable. Though when my cellphone was connected to my notebook, then I saw that cellphone was charging from the notebook. Which means that USB cable is functioning well. In the past(I don't remember the exact period 'maybe two months') when connecting my Android cellphone to my Windows 10 HP notebook,then I noticed that drivers were automatically installed, and the cellphone was recognized, and there were 'LT_M5_Lite" icon, and 'LT_M5 Drivers" listed under "Devices and Drives"). So, I can navigate to the SD storage or Phone storage. I didn't remember that I did anything with my cellphone settings to cause this issue. My Android device brand is LT_M5_Lite: System: Android 5.1 Model: LT_M5_lite App Version: 1.0 I have Windows 10 Home-64bit(Version 1607, build: 1493.1480) installed on my HP Pavilion dv6 notebook. I checked out the Device Manager, and I found there are no other devices having exclamation mark(!), which means that these devices having this mark are recognized as unknown devices by my HP notebook. This was the ID hardware "USB\VID_271D&PID_4017&REV_????&MI_00" , which was shown under my LT_M5_Lite. Should I google for this ID, and install drivers. I checked the "open device and printer', ,and I found LT-M5 is listed there. However, this only means my Android cellphone is paired with my HP notebook via Bluetooth. I checked the settings of my Android cellphone, and I didn't find any section to set up connecting my cellphone to notebook directly via using USB cable. NOTE: when connecting my Android cellphone to my Windows 10 HP notebook via Bluetooth, I noticed they were paired well, and I could send and receiving files between them.