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#1 cheburashka

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Posted 18 May 2016 - 01:49 PM

Hello! 

I have successfully made a build of win7se_pe using winbuilder 082 to a flash drive. I tried to connect my MTP device (Phone devices (NEXUS 6, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7)) and then  in the device manager I could see  unknown devices. I've mentioned that when I tried to connect device using the clear windows 7 the driver installed automatically and successfully but using the build of win7_pe after connecting my devices I saw the  unknown devices and the driver did't not install automatiacally

Can someone point me in the right direction? Thank You!



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Posted 18 May 2016 - 09:35 PM

I would take the nuclear approach and uninstall everything relating to Android. Remove/uninstall all Android-related entries in Device Manager, all related files, and anything relating to Android in the Registry. Then reinstall the manufacturer drivers for each devices, afterwards plug them in. Also, try a different cable (preferably the OEM cable that was bundled with the device). It's also possible that some part (software/hardware) may be corrupt/damaged. Are you sure your device's charging port is fine? I used to have your kind of issue with my old Note 3/Note 4, tried everything I could find, but it always kept repeatedly connecting/disconnecting in Windows. My current LG v10 rarely disconnects no matter which port i use, as long as it isnt physically moved. Another possibility is a damaged USB port on the PC or a bad driver.



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Posted 19 May 2016 - 07:55 AM

@AnonVendetta
That is a PE, a Win7PE_SE the OP is talking about, not an installed OS.

@cheburashka
I don't think there is "previous art" specifically for MTP devices, but if the PE can see the devices (even if as "unknown" it should mean that the main related subsystems are already in the PE (the USB stack, etc.) and thus you can try adding to the build the related drivers, see:
http://reboot.pro/to...s-to-win7pe-se/
http://reboot.pro/to...vers-to-win7pe/

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Posted 19 May 2016 - 09:06 AM

I don't think there is "previous art" specifically for MTP devices, but if the PE can see the devices (even if as "unknown" it should mean that the main related subsystems are already in the PE (the USB stack, etc.) and thus you can try adding to the build the related drivers, see:
http://reboot.pro/to...s-to-win7pe-se/
http://reboot.pro/to...vers-to-win7pe/

Thanks for reply.

My main aim is to exchange files beetwen my device and PE.

So, for Samsung device I've installed the latest drivers from samsung official site using 

"Adding drivers to win7pe_se" script but it's not helped me. After installing drivers my device was seen as  "MTP" in the Other devices branch in device manager. Because of in the clean Windows 7 (without drivers) my device connects succesfully and works fine I feel that my problem doesn't depend on certain drivers and depand on some services in the PE.

 

So, I show you a sample. 

Before installing drivers I have this:

 

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where GT-P6800 is my connected device. Then I installed the drivers and have this:

 

 

image1022206.jpg

 

and this:

 

 

image1022210.jpg

Help please  :eek:.


Edited by cheburashka, 19 May 2016 - 09:07 AM.


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Posted 19 May 2016 - 10:50 AM

Yep, it is possible (it seems to me like) the issue is now the MTP "subsystem" i.e. you have the "device" drivers "Samsung Mobile USB Composite Device" correctly installed, but not the "MTP".
I am not at all "current" with Windows 7 or Windows 7 baased PE's, but the relevant driver should be connected with this .inf (on a "full" install):
c:\windows\inf\wpdmtp.inf

If you click on the MTP entry with the exclamation mark, likely  :unsure: it is a Code 28 (meaning unavailable driver), maybe you can install the driver manually? :dubbio:

 

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