Cannot Connect My Google Nexus 7 Tablet(Without SIM) to My PC


  1. Posts : 92
    Windows 10
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    Cannot Connect My Google Nexus 7 Tablet(Without SIM) to My PC


    I want to connect my Google Nexus 7 Tablet to my PC Running Windows 10 Pro. Previously while running Windows 7 I used to connect without any fuss. Today when I tried to connect this device, I did not find my Device on My Computer.
    Debugging Mode is enabled in my Tablet.

    1 I can see device connected on Safely Remove Device near the clock (notification area). I can safely remove it as well from there. But the device does not show on My Computer.

    2 In Device Manager I can find the device as " Android Composite ADB Interface" I have uninstalled the driver various times but when the device is re-connected it connects as "Android Composite ADB Interface". I have re-booted the PC and tried but failed to show up in My Computer.
    Under Android Composite ADB Interface Properties - General - it shows as --Type: Android Device, Manufacturer - EaseUs, Location: Port #0002 , Hub #0004

    3 In Control Panel - Devices & Printers it shows under the category- Unspecified Device - "Nexus 7".

    4 I did not get any clue in Device Manager. No yellow icon.

    Please help me solve this problem. Thanking you in anticipation,

    Ashok Kumar Bagaria
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  2. spapakons's Avatar
    Posts : 2,891
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 202H (Nov 2020 build 19042.867)
       #2

    Have a look at this website. You may need to install a driver.
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 92
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    I have got the problem solved. I have completely deleted the driver "Android Composite ADB " driver from device manager in my PC 💻, disconnected the USB cable and reconnected again. This time I opened the Tablet setting - storage - menu - and enabled as MTP device. And now I could see an icon on My Computer 💻 to browse the files of Nexus 7.
    Thanks Mr Spapakons for taking interest.
    Ashok
      My Computer


 

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