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darshvagh94
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎2012-08-25

how to connect sony xperia s (ics) to my pc in USB mass storage(UMS) Mode

i have updated my sony xperia s to ics and i want to connect my phone to pc via USM

because it has only one mode MTP which is very slow...

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uliwooly
Posts: 50,379
Registered: ‎2010-07-03

Re: how to connect sony xperia s (ics) to my pc in USB mass storage(UMS) Mode

you can't connect your phone as MSC or anything else other than MTP

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unrelated topic, if you have some time please check this thread

http://talk.sonymobile.com/thread/44888

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Registered: ‎2012-07-07

Re: how to connect sony xperia s (ics) to my pc in USB mass storage(UMS) Mode

You can connect Xperia S in Mass Storage mode, but this requires to root your phone and install special app (I believe it called SDMounter). But you shouldn't do this if you are not an experienced Android user, cause if you do something wrong it could brick your phone. And I believe rooting will also void your warranty.

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uliwooly
Posts: 50,379
Registered: ‎2010-07-03

Re: how to connect sony xperia s (ics) to my pc in USB mass storage(UMS) Mode

rooting doesn't void the warranty, it could if you damage your phone while rooting it.

Don't forget to mark the Correct Answers & Helpful Answers

unrelated topic, if you have some time please check this thread

http://talk.sonymobile.com/thread/44888

"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)