Therefore, this device no longer works correctly. How satisfied are you with this reply? Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the use of Third Party Software can be solved. I too tried connecting it folowing the above steps. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. This issue occurs when an object identifier also known as OID query is sent to the RNDIS device and the cable is removed before the computer receives a response. But my xp new hardware setup doesnt ask for exact location of the saved config file and hence tries searching in the path provided.
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None of these have worked. I am not sure that you need this driver.
It’s a feature-rich tool for file transfer, automatic synching, and lots of other whiz-bang stuff I have no need for. You can open the inf file and view the list yourself in wordpad or another program and see for yourselves.
Where to find RNDIS driver for USB file transfer with XP & Moto G4 Android phone
I’m set for the hundreds or thousands of pictures along the Appalachian Trail I’ll be accumulating starting next month. I’m still fumbling along trying to translate between the Android 6 documentation I’ve got for my Moto G4 and the Android 7 software I’m running on the phone now, but I’ve overcome this current hurdle.
If you have enabled another program to configure this wireless connection, use that software.
I too tried connecting it folowing the above steps. Towfiqun Nur Created on December 10, Feel free to search the website. Everyone, Seems tethering is not giving a proper solution. Things are different on my phone with Android Nougat. The game changer of GeekLK.
Can you provide me a solution for Xperia Tipo in XP? How did you, dear?
[Q] RNDIS driver needed (WinXP)
But in Windows XP, it contains the drivers you need on USB tethering, but you must install a configuration file before connecting your phone to your Windows XP computer, to instruct Windows XP how to configure itself to use those drivers. I am not guarranteeing it will work, but worth a try. If nothing works, try the following link. Crna Gora – Srpski.
Sorry I didn’t get back before now andoid I was late home yseterday and the night before I had no access due to the DDoS attack.
I appreciate that taking the SIM card out may be more work rdis you wish to do. There’s an additional wrinkle which may be relevant to accomplishing what I want, and that’s how I’m connecting to the InterNet: A network cable is unplugged Wireless Network Connection: For example, the data application on the computer rncis report an error that the data transmission has failed. USB 2 is faster than Posted By Admin — March 14, It show connect for a econd and suddenly disconnect.
[Q] RNDIS driver needed (WinXP) | G2 and Desire Z
Thanks for marking this as the answer. Right-clicking brings up a “Choose a wireless network” pop-up which says “Windows cannot configure this wireless connection. Note A surprise removal is when you remove the device without first notifying the operating system.
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