Support for PuNP devices

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Krzysztof Bytnerowicz
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Support for PuNP devices

Post by Krzysztof Bytnerowicz » 18 Nov 2013, 03:24

My Win7 desktop is quite happy (Explorer I mean) to recognise my Nexus 7 Tablet connected via USB. Shows as PuNp device, and is able to see/act on all the files in the Tablet storage. Would be nice for Salamander to do the same.

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Re: Support for PuNP devices

Post by Tomas Kopal » 18 Nov 2013, 10:00

This has been discussed many times already. If you switch your device to Mass Storage mode (may not be possible with latest stock Android versions), it will work with Salamander just fine. Salamander does not have support for MTP mode at this moment unfortunately.

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Re: Support for PuNP devices

Post by Ether » 05 Jan 2014, 20:25

Ελληνικά rulez.

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Re: Support for PuNP devices

Post by Krzysztof Bytnerowicz » 07 Jan 2014, 03:25

Thanks for the suggestion, I tried but I am unable to install.
Contrary to the instruction at the plugin's page, no wfx or wcx or wlx were in the downloaded zip file. Still trying to install I got: 'no suitable total commander found'.

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Re: Support for PuNP devices

Post by Krzysztof Bytnerowicz » 07 Jan 2014, 05:23

After a bit of searching I downloaded the original TC plugin from TC plugins website, added wpdplug.wfx64 to the plugin directory, activated it and it looks like working, thanks a lot. Will other TC plugins work through this Proxy, how to select them, if they do?

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Re: Support for PuNP devices

Post by Ether » 07 Jan 2014, 12:39

Yes, other TC plugins are known to work with TC Proxy. You have to create a new directory with tcproxy.spl and the .w?x file for each TC plugin you want to install. I think there's a documentation for TC Proxy somewhere.
Ελληνικά rulez.

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Re: Support for PuNP devices

Post by Jan Rysavy » 23 Jan 2016, 10:34

See Portable Devices plugin.

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