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comment Remove useless entries in dconf schema tree
@A.B. So did it work for you?
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comment How create a udev rules to disable one of Android devices?
@Pilot6 delay may not work as with respect to udev these are two separate devices. Each one has its own events line. libmtp is triggered for both. mtp udev rules are based on vendor/product ids. There should be something different between the 2 mode. Try unplug it, run udevadm monitor -u -p in terminal, then plug it , wait till it ready. Ctrl+C to end monitoring. then post it to paste.ubuntu.com .
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reviewed Looks OK How to display “»” \xBB in xterm?
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reviewed Looks OK ELAN touchpad works incorrectly
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reviewed Looks OK Create a really clean and safe chroot environment in ubuntu
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comment How create a udev rules to disable one of Android devices?
@Pilot6 , now it seems clear why this confusion. at 40.632283 phone connected as device 3 , at 40.864690 disconnected , then at 41.613079 reconnect again as dev 4. So you get libmtp error for bus 2 dev 3 . but what remains and what we see later is just bus 2 dev 4. (dev 3 already gone)
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comment How create a udev rules to disable one of Android devices?
@A.B. , Android Phone: Could not open MTP device "[usb:002,003]" should be Android Phone: Could not open MTP device "[usb:002,004]" and in lsusb -t the phone seems to be bus 2 dev 4 . It has 2 interfaces.
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revised August LP205R on Ubuntu GNOME 15.04
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answered /dev/ttyUSB0 doesn't exists
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answered Binding device to a driver module
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revised Palm Treo 700p : not an MTP device
improve formating
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comment How create a udev rules to disable one of Android devices?
@Pilot6 , try also lsusb -t to see all interfaces
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comment How create a udev rules to disable one of Android devices?
[usb:002,007] & phone: [usb:002,004] are two separate devices. If you didn't reboot or change USB port between the two commands running. Could you confirm that @Pilot6 then post full lsusb
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comment Logitech R400 on Lenovo T440s, Ubuntu 14.04 not properly recognized
Good, no bp. yes event number is not the same as xinput device id. Yes device with id=11 is what we are looking for and those are the scan code we need. I don't have such device, could you post a map of scancode vs button name. Try them one by one . Then add it to the question.
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answered Block connections to open WiFi networks
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reviewed Close JBL ON BEAT A WAKE PROBLEM
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reviewed Looks OK GUI on ubuntu server
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revised What language is the Ubuntu Software Center written in?
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comment Lubuntu stopped booting desktop, just goes to command line
@acollection_ :) something goes wrong?
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answered Troublesome Paraview installation with 12.04 LTS (and not with 14.04 LTS)