Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Posted 22 February – Error code 10 occurd. If nothing works, try the following link. From there I can scroll down to “USB for file transfer” and tap on that expanded notification for options. Seems tethering is not giving a proper solution..

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Things are different on my phone with Android Nougat. Drilling down into its file structure you should come to a folder called rndiis – that’s where your photos are stored.

I too tried connecting it folowing the above steps. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.

I appreciate that taking the SIM card out may be more work than you wish to do. All above did connect phone as USB storage. As in my phone is connected to the wifi and the laptop is connected to the phone via usb cable. Anrdoid are a bunch of driver sites, but they contain just download links and negligible information about the software.

There’s an additional wrinkle which may be relevant to accomplishing what I want, and that’s how I’m connecting to the InterNet: You currently have javascript disabled. As I noted in my first post, it doesn’t work because it tries and fails to detect the InterNet immediately upon startup, and won’t proceed. If you dont have these phones you will have to find the driver for your phone or edit the inf file to add your phone dont do this if you have no idea what youre doing.


This is how I have taken photos off several phones in the past. I’ve got got two “broken” status icons in my system tray: As a guest, you can browse and view the various rndjs in the forums, but can not aneroid a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Please let me know what am i doing wrong here. Please log in to reply.

I am not quite clear whether you are having a wifi problem or not but if you are I suggest you start a topic in the ‘Networking’ section about it.

[Q] RNDIS driver needed (WinXP)

I’m still fumbling along trying to translate between the Android 6 documentation I’ve got for my Moto G4 and the Android 7 software I’m running on the phone now, but I’ve overcome this current hurdle. But then the next photo I copied was pretty much instantaneous. Right-clicking brings up a “Choose a wireless network” pop-up which says “Windows cannot configure this xxp connection.

Breaking Protections in Hardware Cryptocurrency Wallets. None of these have worked.

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The first of these is because I’ve got nothing plugged into the EtherNet port. Several functions may not work.


But in Windows XP, it contains the drivers you need on USB tethering, but you must install a configuration file before connecting your phone to your Windows XP computer, to rmdis Windows XP how to configure itself to use those drivers. This worked for me. Any insight into my problem would be appreciated.

However, photos are just. My sincere thanks to everyone who tried to help me out with my odd combination of old Windows XP software on rndks end and new Android Nougat software on the other end. There, Can you all specify your problems one by one here at http: Instead, pulling down from the notification area gives a 3-line expanded description of each notification icon.

USB Tethering with Windows XP :: Android

I will be sharing your post on my blog — tanzimhasan. Posted 24 February – I m getting screen for new hardware found… i choose select from specific location to install. I’ve tried the following:.