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Connect android to windows XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Ayushp4, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. Ayushp4

    Ayushp4 Thread Starter

    Jul 30, 2018
    I want to connect an Android phone named lyf earth 1 to windows XP is it possible??? I want to use it as MTP / share files from internal storage with usb usb cable.
    if this is not possible can you suggest me another way by which I can share files from internal storage to windows XP ...

    Don't suggest WiFi because I don't have it ...
  2. plodr


    Jun 27, 2014
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    Best advice, try it and post back if it works.

    I plugged my Samsung into an old XP computer not connected to the internet and it was recognized as an MTP device. I could see the folders but I saw nothing in the folders. When I opened DCIM then camera, I saw no pictures.

    Since I have no need to connect my phone to an old XP computer (we have four working Win 7 computers in the house), I'm not going to spend time looking for the problem.

    I have a flash drive where one side is a micro USB port and the other is a USB port.
    You might see if something like that works.

    If I have time later today, I'll see if that works.
    I plugged my dual connector USB drive into my phone. It is recognized but the only option I have is to move media files to the device. Since I don't have any media files, that didn't help.
    I created a folder for pictures but I saw no way to move or copy my pictures to the USB stick.
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2018
  3. Ayushp4

    Ayushp4 Thread Starter

    Jul 30, 2018
    Bro I have to move it from internal storage to windows XP pc... And copying to memory card and then copying to pc is very time taking method...
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