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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by zigackly, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. zigackly

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    Running a non-rooted 2.2 Desire

    so once your phone is mounted as a USB drive(mass storage), how do you exit ?

    1. Do you reallly need to ?

    2. If you do, how are you doing it ? While i would like to use the extended controls widget, when i do try to turn the USB button off, it says "Mass storage deactivated", and promptly after that " Enabling Mass storage".

    what am i missing here ?
     

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    Just pull down the notification bar and change it back to charge only.
     
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    thats what ive been doing, so the extended controls widget is no use ?
     
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    No idea. whats the point when its right there anyway?
     
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    it's two whole extra taps :)

    thanks dan
     
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    Finger exercise is good for the heart ;)
     
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