I updated my question on Dec 3 ’12 with the solution but just moved it to its own answer. I then plugged my Galaxy S3 into the USB hub and then the computer recognized it and installed the driver and I can access all the files on my phone. This is actually Before I look into trying this, which carrier and model of phone do you have? The display screen is 4.
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Post as a guest Name. When I connect the phone to the computer, I’m notified that some drivers failed to install. The Neo set is recognized to have less expensive versions of qualified phones; performs the S3 fit the pattern?
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Sorry this didn’t help. All with no success.
It can be found in the exact same plastic style of the S3 that you may get it in either white or blue. Also, there was no reboot needed. There is no problem connecting and accessing my phone’s storage via USB, just tethering to connect to the internet using my phone’s signal.
Trying a different port rndiz helps. I then have internet connection on my PC for a few minutes before nrdis cuts out again and the whole process repeats.
Uninstall the Samsung Galaxy S3 driver. Search this Thread Advanced Search. This thread is locked.
Download and update your Bluetooth device driver i. You can try using Universal Adb Driver from this link: Many thanks, Ian Nugent. Yes, try the Kies Drivers.
You should then be able to see the device by using the adb devices command. Click on any of the topics to find related threads.
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I noticed a post above has the GT-IT international version. I plugged it into the computer and a driver for it was successfully installed. Where can I get them?
If you’re on Linux, you’ll see a new network interface appear probably called “usb0”. Yes, that’s what I did. I restarted my computer just in case and I can now use saamsung S3 for development, even though it says the device is connected as a “media device”. May 31, 3 0 15 Male. I updated my question on Dec 3 ’12 with the solution but just moved it to its own answer.
On first connection everything was ok and the S3 was recognised and readable but then became unrecognised. I have also contacted Galzxy who have advised me to contact Microsoft. Download and update your fingerprint sensor driver.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. The USB debugging option enabled.