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Ubuntu 13.10 MTP

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10th March 2014, 03:20 AM   |  #1  
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Can't get this to work and its mildly annoying. I can adb sideload ROMS and whatnot but need to boot into windows to get any real file transfers done.

Strange this is the only phone (tried lg g2, and gal nex) that I have an issue with.

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10th March 2014, 03:02 PM   |  #2  
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I sympathize with you. Specific to your question I have no answer. Go to the Android website and it talks about Windows and Mac. No Linux.

BUT, I use wifi file transfer pro.... From play store. And also AirDroid. Gets it done through wifi on common network. And it's very fast for me. Hope that helps.

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Ugh... I'll see if I can hack it together.

I was hoping a developer would stop by to enlighten me.

I don't have WiFi for the desktop it's always plugged in.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by M@XLOL

Ugh... I'll see if I can hack it together.

I was hoping a developer would stop by to enlighten me.

I don't have WiFi for the desktop it's always plugged in.

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no dev here but i dual boot linux and win7 and i would recommend Google android MTP on linux and read and see what everyone says. i will be booting back into linux tomorrow and i will see what you need to do my self, but right now i have some clients idevices to work on and iTunes and most of my modding software is windows only
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Doesn't have to be actually through wireless wifi to work. One of my computers is directly connected to the router. But if no router is used at all then it would not be an option for you

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I just got a Moto X and I'm also running Ubuntu 13.10 on a desktop. When I get home this evening I will test this out and see if I can get it to work in any way. I haven't been on Ubuntu recently since I've been doing the rooting process through Windows.
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just installed ubuntu gnome's new lts and its working out of the box

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