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A good howto is available at the Ubuntu Wiki In short this worked for me: Connect your device per USB. sudo apt-get install mtpfs mtp-tools sudo mtp-detect Cancel the last Command with CTRL-C if you got something like this: Unable to open ~/.mtpz-data for reading, MTPZ disabled.libmtp version: 1.1.6 Listing raw device(s) Device 0 (VID=1234 and ...
I am able to manage files on a MTP connected Android device using gvfs-* commands (e.g. gvfs-cp, gvfs-move, ...). I wrote a simple CLI utility for files synchronization to/from an Android device: https://github.com/DusanMadar/PySyncDroid
I came here to find a native solution. The answer is a workaround and a long-one. A shorter answer would be to install 'wifi transfer' or airdroid. You can create a wifi-hotspot on your phone, connect your pc to it and start these services at one-click. Then you can browse the contents of phone via browser url. You can download from phone and upload to ...
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