I've tried several times to connect my Android phone to computer via USB, but it just c ouldn't be recognized! Then how can I copy my precious phone photos to PC?
It's a common phenomenon that your Android phone cannot be recognized by PC since it can be caused by broken USB cable, Android phone not being well-connected to PC, computer issues or phone issues. Therefore, you can reboot your phone/computer or try another USB cable first. If it still doesn't work, there must be something wrong with USB debugging and you can check the following top 2 solutions for reference.
Failing to enable USB debugging may be the key point why you can't connect Samsung Galaxy S5/S4/Tab S 10.5, HTC One M8, Google Nexus 6/10, LG G3, Sony Xperia Z3, Moto G or other Android phone/tablet to PC as it establishes a direct connection between an Android phone and a computer. So in the following I'm to explain how to enable USB debugging mode in details.
Note that the detailed instructions vary with Android version and if your Android phone gets a broken screen, please skip to Solution 2.
It doesn't take a genius to figure out why you can't take Solution 1 to enable USB debugging for phones with broken screen or locked tablet. Then in that case, how do you connect Android phone or tablet to PC to transfer files? Thankfully, Wi-Fi File Transfer is at your service! It allows you to transfer contacts, pictures, messages, videos and document files like .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, as well as PDF, PPT, HTML to PC via Wi-Fi with ease, namely, to connect Android devices to PC without USB debugging. What's more, it supports various kinds Android devices, such as the hottest ones (see the table below).
|Samsung||Galaxy S5/S4, Galaxy Note 4/3, Galaxy Tab S 10.5|
|HTC||HTC One M8/Max/Mini/XL/S, HTC Butterfly S|
|LG||G3, G2, G Pro 2, G Flex, Optimus G, Optimus G Pro|
|Motorola||Moto G, Moto X, Moto E, Droid Maxx, Droid Ultra, Droid Mini|
Here are the steps:
USB debugging mode is to facilitate a connection between an Android device and a computer with Android SDK (software development kit, designed to aid in the development of Android apps). In addition, USB debugging grants you a level of access to your device like snag instant screenshots of your device, run terminal commands to restore a bricked phone, etc.