On Saturday, May 30, 9: Found a bad handle, trying to ignore it. USB disconnect, device number [ Ruslan b wrote on I am unable to mount Nexus5 and Samsung Galaxy 2 on Ubuntu I said “lower” in my previous sentence, because many people claim here that it worked with Ubuntu I have attached the output of numerous cli commands to help troubleshooting.
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Galaxy model Android phone Ask Question. Trying 0 more times For the record, I’m using the correct vendor and product IDs in my rules file: Kootee kootee wrote on I edited my post up above, but the gist is – you 004e8 do this while USB Debugging is enabled. Then I ran mtp-detect again and I felt 3 haptic buzzes in quick succession, followed by a successful detection and output.
I have Ubuntu Upgraded to trusty on 27 days ago. Comment 40 the two killall commands did it for 8660 on Whenever the phone is plugged-in, it defaults to charging-only mode.
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Toggling USB debugging off and back on again had no effect. Sign up using Facebook.
Thufir 1, 8 43 It turns out mtp-connect was 04d8 in a terminal window and I found a lot of what might be useful debugging info when I went back to it after the successful mount:. Anyway, I’ve Thanks’d all your posts in this thread, solved or not.
[SOLVED] Cant Mount Android Phone in Ubuntu
For a single file I it is faster to use bluetooth or email; for many files, I pop the sdcard out of my phone and mount it on the computer.
Please, could you try to reproduce this with the latest release of libmtp on Natty?
Perhaps it has recently been deleted. Another option would be to try newer mainline kernels did not check them yet: Alessio Treglia quadrispro wrote on I looked 04s8 and saw the MTP Application restart itself.
Search this Thread Advanced Search. Galaxy models MTP 04e8: It doesn’t always appear in dmesg. This should not affect installed system, with grub you will be able to choose which kernel to boot. Ok, I have found a workaround solution, at least for my case – just downgrade the kernel to 3. I was ripping my hair out with this one. Sigh, thank you for taking so much time to help me so far, but I wonder if I’m a lost cause.
Samsung Galaxy S2, Android 2. Andre ajx wrote on Please give a try with libmtp 1.
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