Arch is best Good choice.
Easiest way is to mount it manually. First you'll have to find out which device it is. Plenty of ways to do this, using "fdisk -l" in terminal, gparted, etc. It will be something like "/dev/sdc1". Once you know this, you need to create a folder to mount it. Something like:
Now, you need to mount it (after you've chosen to mount on the phone). To do this:
mount -t auto /dev/sdc1 /media/nexus
auto is the file system, you can type fat32 also but it can figure it out. Then the disk location, then where to mount.
You may need root permissions or changes to the sudoers file to do these. Type "man mount" or "man command" for just about every commands manual. I'm on the phone so I can't write up anything much better than that.
Also, the arch Linux wiki is an invaluable resource, make the most of it.
Thanks very much for your help. I'll work on this later tonight since I have a lot of school work I need to get done now. Oh yeah you say to mount the device on the computer after pressing mount on the phone but that dialog never actually shows up when I plug the phone in. The phone doesn't recognize it's being plugged into a computer it just shows that it's charging. The arch wiki is definitely a great place for all things arch. Best documentation for any operating system I think I've ever seen.
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