FAQ: Why can't I sync my Android using a USB cable?
Only Android devices that are able to enter "USB Mass Storage Mode" are able to use our USB synchronization instructions to sync. USB Mass Storage Mode mounts your Android device to your computer as a removable drive. This allows eWallet to synchronize data to your device through your USB cable without the installation of any extra drivers.
Many Android devices now use the Android Operating System Jellybean (4.x) or newer. These Android OS 4.x and newer have been updated to now support the MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) and PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) connection type instead of USB Mass Storage Mode.
If you have an Android device that has a MTP/PTP connection type, you will need to use our Wi-Fi sync instructions to synchronize your Android device with a Windows PC. You can find those instructions HERE.
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The usual wallet (.WLT) data file is converted to the Android-compatible .SWLT format when Windows PC eWallet is synced with the Android eWallet. This happens when using either the USB or Wi-Fi sync instructions.
If Wi-Fi connectivity is ABSOLUTELY not an option for you, you can try this workaround to produce the .SWLT file using a USB thumb drive: