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Samsung YP-Q2 being detected as Digital Camera!!

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#1 Cool_dude_Prav


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Posted 08 March 2010 - 12:37 PM

Hi all,

I bought a Samsung YP-Q2 in Canada and am now in India, trying to get it connected to my PC to do some uploading and organizing... I've traditionally used Emodio (Samsung's proprietary software) to connect/sync the device...
When I first connected this to my PC here, it automatically detected as Camera and wanted to install the drivers/software for it, and me being a knob at that particular moment, said Yes. I did this before I installed Emodio.

So now whenever I plug it in, it is recognised as a camera by Windows, and I cannot access the files using Emodio... I can still access using Windows Explorer, but I prefer Emodio as its easier (well, anything's easier than Explorer)
How do I make windows to NOT recognize or "unrecognize" the Q2, and then make it run via Emodio?

Thanks for your time!

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#2 cryptodan


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Posted 08 March 2010 - 02:00 PM

Check device manager and remove the camera devices there then reboot with the camera unplugged. Remove the Emodio software reboot then reinstall it.

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