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I dev Android apps and I plug in/out android devices all the time. And it is really annoying to have the Nautilus window opening every time.

How can I disable it?

Thank you!

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Install dconf-tools if you haven't done so yet.

Then open Dconf Editor. Ctrl + F and search for media-handling. Disable the "automount-open" option.

This will disable all media, not only your Android phone.

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Or gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.media-handling automount-open 'false' should work. – TuKsn May 22 '14 at 8:32

Open dconf-editor and uncheck automount-open checkbox in media-handling.

Should be something like this: dconf-editor

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Note, there might be couple media-handling configurations for other apps too. You'll need to change value under gnome.desktop.media-handling. – ViliusK Mar 1 '15 at 10:19

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