[nSLUG] MTP for linux and android phone
j.maxuel at gmail.com
Fri Dec 16 10:49:05 AST 2016
I will have to look when I get home, but I think I use jmtpfs to help
mount. Your distro also may be missing the udev rule for your Moto G.
You don't need the whole file, just copypasta the Moto and bottom sections:
I will be home late tonight, but this will give a starting look. Hope this
"One should strive to achieve, not sit in bitter regret."
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On Fri, Dec 16, 2016 at 10:07 AM, <galaxies_of_light at unseen.is> wrote:
> I am looking for help/advice to mount my cell phone on my linux machine as
> a USB device and use MTP to transfer files to/from my cell using my
> computer. I've scoured the forums and tried many different things, but have
> had no success.
> I am running Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa (aka "Ubunu 14.04.5 LTS, Trusty Tahr")
> and my phone is a Motorola Moto G that runs on android.
> I get a couple of errors when I try to mount my cell:
> This one:
> Could not display "mtp://[usb:001,018]/".
> Error: No such interface 'org.gtk.vfs.Mount' on object at path
> Please select another viewer and try again.
> Or this one:
> Unable to mount motorola MotoG3
> Couldn't find matching udev device
> Can anyone suggest the best next step?
> Thanks so much!
> - Sparky
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