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Transfer files from the Galaxy Note 3 to the computer and vice versa

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How to connect Samsung Note3 with an i3 laptop?

My laptop is not accepting my phone as USB: whenever I connect the smartphone, the computer only recharges the battery. I think it was caused by: I might be missing something

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My computer - Windows 10 - does not recognize the Galaxy phone. I've plugged in via USB as a portable device but as a Verizon CD drive?

How do I get past the embedded Verizon software

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Lock/restrict transfer I can lock access to functionality with password or pattern protection, but what if someone merely connects via USB to PC?

Is there a way to block anyone from accessing simply by plugging in...?

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What am I missing? I am trying to transfer pictures from my cell phone to my laptop. I have connected my phone charger from my Galaxy Note3 to my laptop but nothing is happening?

I am trying to transfer pictures from my cell phone to my laptop. I have connected my phone charger from my Galaxy Note3 to my laptop but nothing is happening.

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Transfer files from the Galaxy Note 3 to the computer and vice versa
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I've connected my phone to my PC via the USB cable as usual and the phone says "The connected device is unable to access data on this device?

I've connected my phone to my PC via the USB cable as usual and the phone says "The connected device is unable to access data on this device.". I have tried: Unplugged and replugged the USB cable. I think it was caused by: No idea

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How do I connect my Samsung Galaxy Note3 to an HP pavilion 23 as a device?

I really need step by step instructions. I need to upload pictures from my gallery to computer

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