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I have a rooted Lg L70 ms323 with android 4.4.2 I want to sync my music in my microsd. I'm using Ubuntu 14.04. Banshee player sync puts the music on the root of my phone internal memory.

I read that one should create a .is_audio_player file for Banshee sync process. I have tried putting the .is_audio_player (More info below) either on the internal memory and the microsd with no result.

This is the .is_audio_player content:

name="BatPhone"
audio_folders= Music/
folder_depth=2
output_formats=audio/mpeg,audio/x-ms-wma,application/ogg
playlist_formats=audio/x-mpegurl,audio/mpeg-url
playlist_path=Playlists/

endoffile=PlaceThisHereToEnsureThereIsABlankSpaceBeforeTheLastLineOfTheFile
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Solved with this:

Create a folder for mounting

mkdir -p ~/android.devices/

Unmount any device

fusermount -u /home/`whoami`/android.devices

Mount 1st mtp device found

jmtpfs ~/android.devices/ 

Sync content

rsync -rtvuc --delete --progress /home/`whoami`/android.devices/SD\ card/Music /home/`whoami`/Music

Unmount device

fusermount -u /home/`whoami`/android.devices

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