So I recently got a new Nexus 4, and tried to set up mtpfs so I can view and manipulate the files more easily. However, I get errors like this:
$> mtpfs -o allow_other /media/nexus4/ Unable to open ~/.mtpz-data for reading, MTPZ disabled.Listing raw device(s) Device 0 (VID=18d1 and PID=4ee1) is a Google Inc (for LG Electronics/Samsung) Nexus 4/10 (MTP). Found 1 device(s): Google Inc (for LG Electronics/Samsung): Nexus 4/10 (MTP) (18d1:4ee1) @ bus 2, dev 3 Attempting to connect device Android device detected, assigning default bug flags Listing File Information on Device with name: (NULL) $> echo "blah" > /media/nexus4/Internal\ storage/Music/test.txt bash: /media/nexus4/Internal storage/Music/test.txt: Function not implemented $> cp test.txt /media/nexus4/Internal\ storage/ $> cat /media/nexus4/Internal\ storage/test.txt cat: /media/nexus4/Internal storage/test.txt: No such file or directory
I followed the guide on the wiki.
Last edited by PlasmaSheep (2013-08-08 19:33:38)
I had similar problems with mtpfs, so I tried jmtpfs instead. Jmtpfs works much better for me.
It is in the aur at https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/jmtpfs/
That did seem to solve my problem, thank you.