James Schurz (pjschurz) wrote on 2015-06-01: Re: [Bug 1314556] Re: Unable to mount Android MTP device #47 My Nexus 4 is unlocked when Ubuntu fails to mount Android MTP device. It's stupid simple.You'll likely need to start your WM or DE with dbus-launch, too. Actually, I think that git version does not consist this error message at any initialization of libmtp. Marcus Meissner - 2015-10-26 if you have correctly upgraded to 1.1.9 it should have gone. this contact form
Steven Pemberton (steven-pemberton) wrote on 2016-04-24: #78 Just tried it with 16.04 and my Ubuntu phone, and the problem is still there... I have stuffed around with MTP etc but file transfer to/from Android has always been a PITA. Using "ls -l /dev/bus/usb/X/Y" gives: $ ls -l /dev/bus/usb/005/120 ls: cannot access /dev/bus/usb/005/120: No such file or directory $ ls -l /dev/bus/usb/005/121 crw-rw----+ 1 root audio 189, 632 Jan 15 20:59 Please don't fill out this field. https://sourceforge.net/p/libmtp/bugs/968/
Should I submit a new bug regarding the SansaView since my phone's working okay? Is the device detected by the desktop when connected? What does the issueUnable to read MTPZ public exponent from ~/.mtpz-data, MTPZ disabledmean?
Help, my office wants infinite branch merges as policy; what other options do we have? Maybe you need to unlock your device?" The device is unlocked. Mykal Anderson (mykal-anderson-i) wrote on 2015-03-28: #41 For me, the fix was to use a USB port on the back of my machine direclty on the mother board. Libmtp Panic: Could Not Open Session! (return Code 8195) Please don't fill out this field.
tutuca (tutuca) wrote on 2015-03-28: #42 Killing gvfs-gphoto2-volume-monitor and gvfs-mtp-volume-monitor as Andres pointed out worked for me too. Ptp_error_io: Failed To Open Session Found 1 device(s): SanDisk: Sansa View (0781:74b0) @ bus 1, dev 8 Attempting to connect device libusb_get_active_config_descriptor(1) failed: No data available no active configuration, trying to set configuration libusb_get_active_config_descriptor(2) failed: No with dependencies should be installed): ./configure After that: make And finally: sudo make install That should solve the problem. Attach some system output from OpenSUSE 13.2 gnome live (MTP works): uname -a lsmod after connecting the phone: dmesg lsusb lsusb -t lsusb -v lsusb -D /dev/bus/usb/003/003 Anton (benderamp) wrote on
Android phone (ID2). Mtpfs Debian With this kernel lsusb returns result instantly and MTP/ADB work reliably, nautilus shows Android on connect/reconnect immediately, ADB shows device and does not hang etc. The '[usb:005,120]' identifier also changes. (All of the following was done with the HTC phone...) But here's the interesting part: if I run "lsusb" with the error message on the screen, Error 7: Found a bad handle, trying to ignore it.
Sansa E200 series (mtp) Amit Kshirsagar (amit-kshirsagar-d) wrote on 2014-11-16: #21 I am unable to mount Nexus5 and Samsung Galaxy 2 on Ubuntu 14.04 I was able to do file operations I don't think I needed any configuration other than just installing it Offline #23 2015-04-04 19:43:18 firekage Member From: Eastern Europe, Poland Registered: 2013-06-30 Posts: 495 Re: How to mount my Ubuntu Unable To Open ~/.mtpz-data For Reading How was the problem fixed? Mtp-detect No Raw Devices this bug still exists.
It has been tested with a Google Nexus 4 and a Google Nexus 7, but it should work with any other MTP device (Android phone or tablet, MP4 player, ...). weblink I ran "uname -r" and it seems the kernel is now "3.13.0-65-generic." I'm happy it works now. I summarize them as follows: Mounting your MTP Android’s SD Card on Ubuntu http://www.mysolutions.it/mounting-your-mtp-androids-sd-card-on-ubuntu/?replytocom=5183#respond I have done everything as described but when I run "mtp-detect" command the following output is generated: If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Anonymous Cancel Add attachments You seem to have CSS turned off. Jmtpfs
Hi there! No reliable access on Kubuntu/Ubuntu VirtualBox on Kubuntu 16.04 running Windows 7 does supply reliable access Why is this such a problem on Ubuntu, it's been years and no fix What This is basic functionality for a modern OS. navigate here Please don't fill out this field.
It will also drop the connection as soon as your phone shuts its screen off again after a period not being touched. -- You received this bug notification because you are Simple-mtpfs If you copy the file from this project: https://github.com/kbhomes/libmtp-zune (in the src directory) then it works. Browse other questions tagged usb mount filesystem android smartphone or ask your own question.
Added by Anonymous over 2 years ago. it tells "USB disconnect, device number 8". Error 7: Found a bad handle, trying to ignore it. Mtpfs Ubuntu Can three +1/+1 counters be considered one +3/+3 counter?
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Please don't fill out this field. That's a feature of the phone rather than a bug in Ubuntu (Ubuntu phones also do this). his comment is here These errors occurred on plain installs from the DVD-Images.
After that i connect the phone to the computer.