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galaxy s8 azure mapped network drive ??

Hello, I was able to set up a azure virtual machine and set up a mapped network drive. I tried to set up a azure mapped network drive without virtual machine but I received an error code 0x80070035 so I didn't set up a mapped network drive locally.

Using a software called MTPdrive (https://www.mtpdrive.com/) I was able to map a drive letter to my phone's internal storage as Z:\ . I want to be able to map a network drive just like MTPdrive for my phone's internal storage using azure and use it like a normal drive -- replicating, copying, deleting files/folders to my samsung galaxy s8 internal storage using another software called viceversa pro (https://www.tgrmn.com/).

I can copy files/folders from samsung galaxy s8 (mapped as a Z:\ drive) as the source folder to destination C:\ drive. HOWEVER, I cannot put files\folders back from my local desktop --> samsung galaxy s8's internal storage because it's giving me an error. Using an Azure mapped network drive, I was able to do this going to and from replicating files and I want to mimic a azure mapped network drive as my samsung galaxy s8's internal storage. How can I do this ? Please guide me. Thank you.

However, I want to set up a mapped network drive of internal storage on my samsung galaxy s8. How can this be done so ? Thank you

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It is not clear to me what service you are referring to when mentioning "azure mapped network drive". Are you referring to Azure Files, Azure Files does not currently support Android OS? Are you trying to link your phone and computer over the internet, local network, or when physically connected?


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OK let me clarify "azure mapped network drive" meaning using the azure portal using the username and access key as passoword using fileshare. I have my phone linked to my desktop PC via USB cable and the phone's internal storage mapped as a Z drive with MTP drive

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Azure Files does not currently support Android devices. I would recommend using something like Microsoft OneDrive which has an Android version and support available.



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If you see this, this is supposed to show my samsung galaxy s8 into the virtual machine but it doesn't


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