I had recently upgraded my laptop from Windows 8.1 to 10. Since the upgrade, I am unable to connect my Android devices as MTP (or Portable Media Player) devices on Windows. The devices that I am using are Nexus 4, Samsung Grand 2 and Kindle Fire HD 7'.
Prior to the upgrade I was able to view these as Portable Devices. All of these are displaying as Android ADB devices. I have tried the usual procedure of deleting that from Device Manager, and choosing Windows to choose an appropriate driver. Windows 10 doesn't even display an option to add these as MTP USB devices or USB Composite Devices. I have attempted to connect these devices to another Windows 8 machine that I have and they work pretty fine. Can someone help me with a solution?
Unable to connect your Nexus 6P to a Windows PC? Well, you’re not alone. It’s often happens for Windows users trying to do stuff over ADB via a USB connection. More Nexus 6p Usb Driver Windows 10 videos. Windows 10 will not recognize my Nexus 7. Through device manager under bluetooth the driver is 10.0.10240. Then I enabled debugging, connected the usb.
MTP is a protocol associated to Windows Media Player but Windows 10 does not include the WMP. Hp Deskjet 920c Driver For Windows 10 more. The Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 10 will install Media Player and related technologies on a computer running Windows 10 N or Windows 10 KN editions. For further information, please see and query the Knowledge Base for the article number KB3010081.