Samsung Galaxy facing ics p2p troubleshooting issue

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My mobile name is Samsung Galaxy. A strange problem appears about ics p2p which is not working perfectly. But I can see and read tags. Who can help me to resolve this problem?

Answered By 0 points N/A #148965

Samsung Galaxy facing ics p2p troubleshooting issue


It’s really a big problem when you facing such issues. Well, it can be solved by these simple easy steps-

You can go to the Samsung support site (

  1. Then Click "Manuals & Downloads"
  2. Choose "Software"
  3. Download & Install the "Device, USB Driver onto your PC.
  4. Title Sprint SPH-D710 USB Driver
  5. Applicable Model Sprint SPH-D710 USB Driver
  6. Carrier or Corporate Customer Sprint
  7. Follow USB Driver installation prompts.
  8. Then Reboot your PC to make the driver active.

Now connect your phone to the PC and wait for the "Connected as a media device" to pop-up on your top status bar.
Make sure "Media device (MTP)" has a "green check mark" by it.

Wait for your PC to recognize the device it can take several minutes

Hope this might help you.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #282974

Samsung Galaxy facing ics p2p troubleshooting issue


If you have P2P problem with your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone, you need to check your connection and the P2P app you are using. P2P app use both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection for peer discovery. During P2P connection or when you are establishing a P2P connection, one of these connectivity features is being used. It is also important to check what features are supported for these connectivity features.

For example, if the P2P app requires a Wi-Fi with Wi-Fi Direct support or your Bluetooth to have BLE support, your phone should support one of these or both for compatibility. If you have none of these and the app requires them then you will have a problem. One P2P app you can try on your Android is P2P IPCamera.

It requires Android 2.2 Froyo and up. It features snapshots, 2-way audio function, Wi-Fi setting, motion detection, connecting via QR Code, and view real-time video from your Smartphone. Another P2P you can try is P2P Services. It requires Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and up.

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