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Device id of androids for blocking MTP

Created: 29 Aug 2014 • Updated: 02 Sep 2014 | 4 comments

Blocking MTP in SEPM we need to know device id or class id for the android. Here is the link , there are many android device id available which can help you to block MTP.

Also if you are using windows8/windows7 or later you can block all MTP using group policy.

Acer     USB\VID_0502*
ASUS     USB\VID_0b05
Dell     USB\VID_413c
Foxconn     USB\VID_0489
Fujitsu     USB\VID_04c5
Fujitsu Toshiba     USB\VID_04c5
Garmin-Asus     USB\VID_091e
Google     USB\VID_18d1
Haier     USB\VID_201E
Hisense     USB\VID_109b
HTC     USB\VID_0bb4
Huawei     USB\VID_12d1
Intel     USB\VID_8087
K-Touch     USB\VID_24e3
KT Tech     USB\VID_2116
Kyocera     USB\VID_0482
Lenovo     USB\VID_17ef
LG     USB\VID_1004
Motorola     USB\VID_22b8
MTK     USB\VID_0e8d
NEC     USB\VID_0409
Nook     USB\VID_2080
Nvidia     USB\VID_0955
OTGV     USB\VID_2257
Pantech     USB\VID_10a9
Pegatron     USB\VID_1d4d
Philips     USB\VID_0471
PMC-Sierra     USB\VID_04da
Qualcomm     USB\VID_05c6
SK Telesys     USB\VID_1f53
Samsung     USB\VID_04e8
Sharp     USB\VID_04dd
Sony     USB\VID_054c
Sony Ericsson     USB\VID_0fce
Sony Mobile Communications     USB\VID_0fce
Teleepoch     USB\VID_2340
Toshiba     USB\VID_0930
ZTE     USB\VID_19d2
Micromax USB\VID_0BB*
Sony      COMP\SONY*
Nokia     USB\VID_042*
Apple     USB\VID_05AC*

Operating Systems:

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manishdixitajm's picture

Some more device id:-

Micromax USB\VID_0BB*
Sony      COMP\SONY*
Nokia     USB\VID_042*
Apple     USB\VID_05AC*

manishdixitajm's picture

Text file attached for the device id

device_id.txt 957 bytes
Shiju Chacko's picture


Tried for Samsung Mobiles but the same is still working. Also symantec has no solution,

Please help if you find any solutions.

Thanks & Regards,

Shiju Chacko

Mike_Jones's picture

Make sure you add the wildcard.  I don't think it will match otherwise.  For Samsung it should be 


I also noticed that using Nokia's USB\VID_042* killed my whole usb stack since my generic hub is USB\VID_0424.

I looked up Nokia's ID and it should be 0421.

Also, blocking Intel devices blocked my internal Intel USB hardware.  We had to be very selective in using this list to keep from losing core functionality.