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libMTP - Windows Drive Letter Mapping

15 Aug 2020, 01:12

libmtp - Library to access MTP players (Mp3 players, Android Phones)

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Die im Zip-Download enthaltene ReadMe-Datei enthält folgende Aussage zu Windows Binary ...

2.0 LibUSB and Driver Issues for Windows
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Unfortunately, Windows does not have abstract USB support and depends upon specific drivers for each and every device you use. Fortunately,
LibUSB-Win32 provide a solution to this problem. LibMTP takes advantage of the LibUSB-Win32 Device Driver package.

1. Download the latest device driver binary package (libusb-win32-device-bin-x.x.x.x.tar.gz) from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=78138
2. Upon extraction, plug in your music device and run bin/inf-wizard.exe. Selecting your device and saving the inf file in the project root directory.
3. Copy the files "bin/libusb0.dll" and "libusb0.sys" or "libusb0_x64.dll" and "libusb0_x64.sys" for 32-bit or 64-bit operating systems respectively.
4. Goto Start -> Run, type "devmgmt.msc" and press "ok".
5. Select your music device from the list and click Action -> Update Driver, Choose "No, not this time" if prompted to connect to microsoft.
6. Choose "Install from a list or specific location".
7. Choose "Don't search, I will choose the driver to install
8. Click the "Have Disk..." button in the bottom right corner of the prompt
9. Browse to your .inf file and select it. Press Ok
10. The name of your music device should appear in the prompt, click it and click "Next>" (Ignore any prompts about Driver Signing, continuing
installation of the selected driver).
11. Click finish to end the driver install process.

To get your old driver back:

1. Goto Start -> Run, type "devmgmt.msc" and press "ok".
2. Select your music device, right click on it and click "Properties"
3. Go to the "Driver" pane and select "Roll Back Driver".
Wer (falls völlig gelangweilt), mittels AHK einen Installer bauen möchte, wird wahrscheinlich Kommandozeilenbasiert arbeiten (wollen). Dazu wären folgende Tools bzgl devmgmt.msc-Funktionalität verfügbar: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/181.how-to-manage-device-drivers-with-command-line.aspx

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