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On 25/06/12 11:52, Jayhel wrote:
>> Alternatively, check your Settings menu for USB Utilities. This
>> is nicer, IMO. That offers a button to Connect storage to PC.
>> Touching that brings up a message that you should now connect
>> your usb cable (it needs to be unconnected before this stage).
>> When you get the USB Connected screen touch the button for a
>> connection, and KDE's USB manager will pop up just as with any
>> usb-connected drive. From then on you can explore in Dolphin.
>> This is the method I use.
>> I hope you can get some ideas from this.
> No, I don't get any idea from your answer. The only way is to
> become an expert in mtpfs and libmtp under Linux. Probably to
> recompile the mtplib changing some permission compling options
Sorry - I don't understand. Have you tried the USB Utilities (on the
phone) + Dolphin (on the computer) path? This works for me without
any fancy footwork at all.
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