I've always had issues with compatibility between my Android phone and Ubuntu, but now it's gotten to the point that I can't do anything with it over USB. It's always been that when I plug in my device, an error message appear:
"Unable to mount Android phone "Unable to open MTP device '[usb:001,035]'"
Regardless, I was able to manage my files as long as the phone was unlocked when I plugged it in. However, I now seem to get a new error message (or at least one that I don't recall getting before), which reads:
Unhandled error message: No such interface 'org.gtk.vfs.Mount' on object at path/org/gtk/vfs/mount/1
I'm not sure if this is the root of my problem. I can view all of the files on my Android device, but when I try to do anything like creating/deleting files, I receive a message saying something like:
Error while creating directory Untitled Folder. There was an error creating the directory in mtp://[usb001,037]/Internal%20storage.
Under "Show more details", I receive the error:
libmtp error: Could not send object info.
I can do everything I need to over FTP, but it ridiculously slow for large files. Any help getting my Android and PC to talk to each other is greatly appreciated.