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Start banshee two times from the command line with --disable-dbus option. It should work.


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Try what I did. Open preferences in Banshee and disable the Apple Products in the plugins section. As soon as I did that my GS4 showed up and I could sync to it. I'm not sure if it helped but as mentioned in another (much older) thread I created a file .is_audio_player on the root directory of my external sd card and the phone memory. I just used the free ES ...


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Having trouble finding the link, but pretty sure I found earlier that libgpod (the library most programs use to access your device) does not support the Nano 6G. Found that out the hard way with the same symptoms.


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Apple doesn't like it if users use other software than iTunes to sync their iDevices. Thus, they use a very specific directory and file naming system, which needs to be used, the iPod will ignore any files not matching the naming criteria. However, there's a nice synching program called GtkPod, which implements this naming structure. You can install it ...



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