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comment Connecting Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich / Jelly Bean / KitKat) phone
Does this work if the wifi network is a hotspot created by the phone? What about if it's a hotspot created by the PC?
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comment Connecting Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich / Jelly Bean / KitKat) phone
Tried this with ubuntu 12.04.3 + SGH-I747M. Couldn't see files that were not picture-type files (.jpg, .png, etc.). The root of each card (internal & external SD card) contained a bazillion folders, I think a copy of every subfolder in the heirarchy, plus extra ones with weird hexadecimal extensions. Picture files from subdirectories were also displayed at the root, but couldn't be viewed. They could be viewed at their actual location. File transfers to the phone seemed okay, though overwriting a file would a) make its directory look blank and b) create two copies, $FILENAME.dup[01].
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comment Connecting Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich / Jelly Bean / KitKat) phone
I found that GVFS couldn't create files on my GT-I747M S3. I initially had this problem using the PPA under 12.04, and later when running the 12.10 amd64 Desktop live DVD. However, go-mtpfs can do writes properly, and speeds are well above 10MB/s for both reads and writes.
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comment Creating an infrastructure hotspot using ubuntu 12.10
Will this break any pre-existing uses of dsnmasq?