When I connect my HTC Incredible S to my Ubuntu 10.10 system as a USB drive, the device seems to mount OK, but is read-only unless I access it as root. For example, if I run
nautilus, I can't drag and drop files to the SD-card in the phone, but if I run
sudo nautilus I can.
I have USB debug support set on the phone (
Applications > Development > USB debugging) and I have added a rule for the device in
/etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules on my Ubuntu system. Any suggestions as to how I can mount the drive so that I can copy content to the SD card without needing to sudo?
Following advice from waltinator, I added the following line to my
UUID=3537-3834 /media/usb1 vfat rw,user,noexec,nodev,nosuid,noauto
However, the Android device is still being auto-mounted on /media/usb1 with uid and gid root.
Nov 21 23:38:40 rowan-15 usbmount: executing command: mount -tvfat -osync,noexec,nodev,noatime,nodiratime /dev/sdd1 /media/usb1 Nov 21 23:38:40 rowan-15 usbmount: executing command: run-parts /etc/usbmount/mount.d