The cd command (in Windows 7 at least) in cmd without /d switch doesn't allow you to change drives. It only changes to a directory on the current drive. Bui that might be different in Windows 10.
My LG G4 (with Android 5.0) needs to be set to MTP before it gets a drive letter in Windows Explorer (fully automatic). No need to install WebDAV.
Can you access the folders on the tablet from File Explorer? If so, I would limit playing with cmd to normal Windows discs, diskettes, USB-sticks and optical disks, unless your course is about networking Windows and Android.
I am on Windows 10 and plugged my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 into a USB using USB 3.0 and it loaded successfully. However, I do not know what the drive letter is. I am learning how to use cmd for my course and sort of interested to know this as I tried to copy files to this location but cmd did not recognize the file path.
When I highlight the folder location it is stated as below:
This PC\Dan Goodwin (Galaxy Note3)
But this is seperate to the C: and D: drive as they are not in those categories. My C: drive is my system/OS files and my D: drive is my Lenovo laptop files (ie Applications and Drivers).
When I do the command below cmd says: The system cannot find the path specified.
cd "This PC\Dan Goodwin (Galaxy Note3)"
I have also attempted to assign a drive letter to this by going into disk management, but my phone is not appearing on that list!
Another thing I attempted was downloading WebDAV server on my android phone and mapping a drive to the WebDAV server IP address displayed on the app (I mapped drive P: to my phone), but when I ran command "cd P:\" it said The system cannot find the drive specified
Please can someone help me out here!
Thanks in advance.