Windows 10: Using Galaxy S9 as a USB drive, explorer view is not using my templates.

Discus and support Using Galaxy S9 as a USB drive, explorer view is not using my templates. in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; Whenever I attempt to use my Samsung Galaxy S9 as a USB drive, Windows explorer returns to the default view by icons, despite trying to make the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by SlickRCBD, May 13, 2021.

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    Using Galaxy S9 as a USB drive, explorer view is not using my templates.


    Whenever I attempt to use my Samsung Galaxy S9 as a USB drive, Windows explorer returns to the default view by icons, despite trying to make the details view the default in all 5 of the standard templates.Worse, when I manually change the view to "details" in the "DCIM" folder or something else, the "date modified" filed, which I have added to all five templates, is not present. This makes it difficult for me to find the pictures I just snapped off today and now want to transfer to my computer. The method I used for changing the template was to open a folder with the types of files I want such

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    SlickRCBD, May 13, 2021
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  2. sync videos to Galaxy S9

    SYNC VIDEOS TO GALAXY S9

    HAVE BEEN TRYING TO SYNC VIDEOS IN MY MEDIA PLAYER TO MY SAMSUNG.

    NOTHING WORKS. DOWNLOADED AN APP TO PHONE AND THE SAME APP TO PC. STILL NOTHING. THIS IS VERY FRUSTRATING. CAN YOU HELP?
     
    pattybender, May 13, 2021
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    Hi,

    I am Ganesh Gandhi, an Independent Advisor, 18 years experienced windows guide. I am here to work with you on this problem.

    - Open the Windows Media Player Settings troubleshooter

    - Press Start button and type Control panel.

    - Type troubleshooting and select Troubleshooting.

    - Left corner select view all and select Windows media player setting troubleshooter.

    - Follow on screen steps and check.

    - Perform same steps for Media player Library too

    For Samsung device sync:

    1. Connect your Samsung device to your PC using a USB cable.

    2. Open Windows Media Player on your PC.

    3. Sync your files.

    Click on the Sync tab found to the right of the Window Media Player window. You will see your device’s phone model listed on the sync screen.

    For Manual Syncing, drag the video tracks from the Window Media Player music list on your PC to your Sync list on the right, and click on “Start sync” at the top of the screen only when all the tracks you want have been added.

    For Automatic Syncing, simply click on “Finish” to sync automatically. This will select all the media files from the Windows Media Player list of your PC to sync with your Samsung Galaxy device.

    4. Safely disconnect your PC and mobile device once syncing is complete. View the syncing progress on the right side of the Windows Media Player window. When it is done, safely disconnect your devices by clicking on Start again.

    Look for “Computer” from the Start list, and click on it. Select your Samsung Galaxy device model, right-click on it, and click on “Eject.”

    Once you see the “Safely remove hardware” notification appear on the lower right corner of your PC screen, you can remove your USB cable.

    Thanks to wikihow.com

    Do let me know if you require any further help on this. I will keep working with you until it's resolved.

    Note:

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    GaneshGandhi1982, May 13, 2021
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  4. Using Galaxy S9 as a USB drive, explorer view is not using my templates.

    It's Time to Update File Explorer for More Than a Music Default Template

    There is not just one template in File Explorer, there are five standard templates:

    • Generic
    • Documents
    • Music
    • Pictures
    • Video
    and each of these can be modified to your liking.

    If you are seeing Music tasks in the Ribbon and music-specific columns in a Detail view when you view your C: drive or a Documents folder, something is off.

    Post back with specifics.

    Keith
     
    Keith A. Miller, May 13, 2021
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