Hi. when I connect USB flash drive to my Samsung S9, phone starts to charge this flash drive:
"Andriod system - USB charging connected device"
I am not able to turn this off in any way. This happens when I connect USB flash drive through USB adapter included in package or even USB C drive (dual USB A/C micro SD card reader). During the period it is connected the flash drive gets quite hot. I just don't understand why phone wants to charge a flash drive. Is there a way to turn it off? Thanks.
Samsung Experience: 9.0
Ishmo65 have you try to format the phone to see if this work? Because i wait to the new update Mai if this fix the problem and then i try to format my phone...my last hope will be to go to service and pay money for nothing....like the song! Lol
I have the same Issue.
I can read a samsung M2 1TB disk in an icybox enclosure with the samsung galaxy tab S6 just fine.
But not with the galaxy S20+.
Tried many ways and nothing... Samsung, what's the problem? Voltage? Would be nice to put some notofication in that case???
I have the same issue with a USB-C to HDMI converter. Also on Note9. I can tell you I did NOT have this before the Android 10 update. I also have a Note8 that hasnt been updated to android 10 and still able to use the USB-C to HDMI converter. I want to say this is an android systems problem.
Same problem with samsung galaxy s9+ . I have change the flex cable charging board, and the issue still has remained, so there is no hardware malfunction, it's definitely a software bug.
I've got the same issue with Galaxy Note 10+, running Android 11 and One UI 3.0. It decides to charge my USB-C flash drive and when going into options to change it, it forces me to restart the phone because it says the flash drive was improperly removed!?! Also, the unmount/eject flash drive option disappears, so manually removing flash drive also produces the error notification saying to restart the phone. It's really annoying.