cell phone to computer via USB 2021-01-13 08:42:09 My HTC One cell phone is fairly old for a cell phone. I recently had to replace it because of network updates. Now I would like to make a different, but not uncommon use of it, but ran into a roadblock.I obtained it used, from a friend who had just updated to a new model. The first thing I did with it was attach it to my computer with a USB cable and look at the great confusion of folders thereon. I found photos and videos still on it. Maybe my friend wanted them.When that issue was satisfied I did a reset of the phone, eliminating all the personal data and added-on programs my friend had left in place. Eventually I put it into phone service where it worked fine for a couple years. I never had reason to look at it via computer again.Now that it no longer useful as a phone. in order to make it useful as an audio player, I want to be able to copy (and delete) audio material via USB. Its user manual talks about doing that and indicates nothing more complicated than plugging it in via USB cable.However, when I connect it with a USB cable what I see in Windows is just another CD-ROM drive, which asks that media be inserted if I try to look at it. The manual says nothing about settings where it speaks of USB usage and I can find nothing in the phone’s Settings menu. For my purposes this makes the device pretty useless. Does anyone have experience that might provide insight?