我有文件，我用来使用"USB Connection" 弹出窗口下的USB大容量存储选项从SD卡复制到我的PC。我在设置下检查了标志 - ＆gt;位置＆amp; Security-＆gt;数据加密 - ＆gt;存储加密，现在我无法读取这些类型的新文件（例如，.jpg和.txt文件）。我尝试过，取消选中框 - 出现一条消息，说将来的文件将被解密，但现有文件将保持加密。
I have files that I used to copy from my SD card to my PC using the USB Mass Storage option under the "USB connection" pop-up. I checked the flag under Settings->Location & Security->Data encryption->Storage encryption and now I can't read new files of these types (e.g., .jpg and .txt files). I tried unchecking the box -- a message appeared saying that future files will be decrypted, but existing files will remain encrypted.
How do I access the files that are currently encrypted and/or decrypt them?
I sent this question into Verizon Wireless as well. Here is their reply:
Thank you for contacting Verizon Wireless through our website...I understand that you've been having an issue trying to decrypt files on your handset. At this time Motorola hasn't provided an update for your phone to be able to do this. Without that, we're unable to assist you because this is a phone issue and not a network issue.
So it looks like Ryan was correct in his comment that this is an issue with a Motorola OS add-on, not vanilla Android.
Since originally asking my question, I experimented some more with my phone. My phone has 2 check-boxes for setting encryption: one to encrypt the SD card (that I mentioned in my original question) and one to encrypt the main phone memory. When I unchecked both boxes, my phone decrypted all files, both on the phone and on the SD card. So, that is my solution for now.
Thank you Ryan for your comments -- they helped lead me to this answer.
I'm using Samsung Galaxy Note, ICS 4.0.3. There's a Decrypt option. Go to Settings xe2x86x92 Security xe2x86x92 Encryption, there's a "Decrypt Device" and "Decrypt SD Card" option.
After you select "Decrypt SD Card", just uncheck all the boxes on the next screen (see screenshot below).
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Summary: With a Motorola Droid series phone using encryption, you have to click to use the phone as a "Media Device", not as Mass Storage, in order to decrypt files for transfer or viewing on a USB connected PC.
OP has stated he is using a Droid Bionic with encryption enabled.
To view or transfer the encrypted files to his PC -- but in a decrypted state -- while the phone is plugged into his PC by USB connection, he should:
Plug in Droid phone via USB to PC. Make sure phone is unlocked by entering passcode, etc.
When symbol appears in notification bar at the top showing a USB connection of phone to PC, he should drag down from the top of the screen, and click on "Connected as a mass storage: touch for other USB options".
He should then click on "Connect as: Media device (MTP) -- Lets you transfer media files on Windows, or using Android File Transfer on Mac". (He may be prompted to install Motorola connection software, which he should allow.)
In Windows, he should then access My Computer, and, under Portable Devices, click on Droid Bionic. Within there, he will have access to "Interal storage" and "SD Card" (if any), and he can begin viewing or transferring the files in a decrypted state. (Note: the decryption process can take a noticeable amount of time, say, 1-2 seconds on each folder viewed.)
Source: I have a Droid phone with encryption enabled, and did this procedure to transfer files in a decrypted state.
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