Title. I've done a bit of searching here but I'm quite baffled. I recently acquired a Samsung Galaxy S7, and while I'm quite excited about it, I'm having difficulty transferring files via USB. "The name 1.110 was not provided by any .service files" is the error message I'm getting when clicking on the phone's icon in nautilus (the stock version with Ubuntu 20.04, btw)
I've tried enabling every feature that seemed relevant, such as USB tethering, phone visibility, and so on, and have had no luck.
I've also tried enabling an FTP server on my phone, and connecting to it but the connection is timing out, though I'm not sure if that was due to an error on my part (I tried enabling and disabling anonymous logins, and enabling and disabling the password requirement), and while I didn't try restarting my router out of desperation (yet) I feel that wouldn't help in this instance, and I couldn't find any useful information on this front as I was directed to an SCP server (which upon googling led me to guides on an SSH server...And to be honest, it sounds quite intimidating), but if it's the easiest way, I'm happy to put in the work if anyone has any suggested reading or watching.
For reference, I was able to transfer files to and fro my much older Zenfone, without any issue, so I believe the issue is with some sort of android file transfer protocol update, rather than any issues with my ubuntu configuration, though I could be wrong.
I'm not dead set on any particular solution, I just want a simple way to transfer files. If it helps, both my PC and phone are on the same connection, and if need be I'm willing to buy a wifi, or bluetooth USB adapter for my computer if it will simplify things.
I'm sorry if this is a frequently asked question but I honestly just can't seem to phrase what I'm asking search engines correctly to get a useful answer, and I'd like to thank in advance any coming answers.