Is there a user friendly way to access a MTP device from Ubuntu such as an Android 3.0 tablet?
One suggestion is to use Ubuntu One or DropBox to move stuff on/off.
Ubuntu's default music management application, Rhythmbox (Applications → Sound & Video → Rhythmbox Music Player), supports first to fifth generation iPods, including the iPod mini, iPod Photo, iPod Shuffle, iPod nano, and iPod Video. Rhythmbox can transfer music to these iPods and create playlists.
I think your answer can be found here in the 10.04 manual:
I did this, open a terminal, copy these commands in sequence and run them:
Nautilus can then successfully mount and copy files. I noted that opening files from the device still has permissions issues but after copying them to the PC all is fine (which is what I wanted to do anyway).
Tested on Samsung Galaxy III and Sony Ericsson Experia J (both Android 4.1.2).
I have had issue with almost all MTP filesystem utilities apart from jmtpfs.
Really easy to use, just do
and to unmount
Hope this helps