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Windows transfer to Android S5 micros SD card

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    Hafnarfjörður IS
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    Windows transfer to Android S5 micros SD card


    Hi there

    Transferring files from Windows to (or From) a Sammy S5 phone's external micro SDHC card seems to take for ever.

    Using Linux (Opensuse or Linux Mint) the device immediately comes up as an MTP device and transfer is around 7 mb/s which is fine for a Micro sdhc card.

    Have I got something screwed on the Windows system -- it doesn't recognize the device as an MTP device - it just seems to recognize the internal card as another Disk -- but so SLOOOOOOOOOOW !!!!.

    Cheers
    jimbo

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    Perhaps the MTP mode is not enabled. I found this:

    What Are MTP USB Devices? | eHow
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Windows transfer to Android S5 micros SD card
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