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Interesting question I upvoted it ;) I actually have an Android device and this message pops up all the time I connect my device but I don't pay any attention to it. There's a tweak workaround to play with is USB dubugging mode inside Android System Settings navigate to Applications/Development there you'll find USB debugging. When you connect your phone ...
It could be because of Banshee trying to read the device's internal memory for music. Exit banshee before plugging in your device.
The problem was Banshee's MTP support, throwing/blocking the phone. I've made a new thread here for this separate issue: Banshee throws the mtp connection to my phone
Installing mtp-tools and/or mtpfs has solved my problem: sudo apt-get install mpt-tools mtpfs You may need to reboot to get it work completely.
Following the installation of the following, no problems were encountered: sudo apt-get -y install libmtpserver-dev mtp-server
As given on the Wikipedia page for the MTP protocol The main purpose of this protocol is to allow only the transfer of media files and associated metadata to and from portable devices, one transfer function, in or out, at a time. It does not support operations such as open, edit and modify. A workaround is to copy to the hosting system for these ...
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