Is there an easier way to find connected devices in the /dev/ dir than plugging in and taking out and comparing? I want to setup a file server and I have most of the content on my android and apple phones, so I would like to transfer the content via USB. Are there more practical ways to do this?
I've got a samsung galaxy
1: SamsungGalaxy models (MTP)
I've created a mount point "mtp" and I'm tried to connect it with
$ jmtpfs mtp/
Device 0 (VID=04e8 and PID=6860) is a Samsung Galaxy models (MTP).
fuse: failed to open fuse device: No such file or directory
I have a FreeBSD full access. I need to turn Iran Internet Filtering.My server is out of Iran. So I can turn my Internet Filtering. I installed Zebedee in my server and it good work with Linux Desktop,Both have 2.5.3 version, But Android doens't has for this version.
I'm looking for a tunneling...
I've installed java/intellij and the following Android SDK:
$ find Android-SDK-Linux/ -type d -depth 2
I am a college student, from non-tech background. I don't know much about FreeBSD, but I have a HTC M8 that I use to transfer movies, photos from FreeBSD to phone and vice versa over MTP support on Debian. But it is not working under FreeBSD now since I wiped Debian completely from hard disk and...
I used some GNU/Linux distro and my work is Android Developing in Android Studio. I want to get involved with the FreeBSD operating system. for daily work and Developing Android and Java. is it a good idea to use FreeBSD for developing with Android Studio ?! (what about TrueOS ?! )...
I managed to set up my FreeBSD server as a router and wireless access point in my home network.
My Ubuntu Laptop connects fine but my Android phone is not able to connect via wpa2-psk when the passphrase is longer than 15 characters. However the access point before did use a much longer...
You know those glyphs everybody uses nowadays, those cell phone characters like smiley faces, hearts, houses and such? Like, there's useless ones, and I generally prefer ASCII smileys myself, but some of them are genuinely useful, like the cell phone icon, and the envelope glyph that I use in...
I installed OpenVPN connect on my phone and I use it with my ExpressVPN servers.
I downloaded the configuration files (OPVN) from the ExpressVPN site and imported them into the app.
I can connect to the VPN with no issues (i have to eliminate the fragment portion as it says fragment it not...
I'm having an annoying problem with my Moto X2 android device on FreeBSD 11.0-RC2:
I've installed android-tools-adb, but as I expected my system can't see the USB device properly to push/pull files through adb. The thing is that I cannot add udev rules like on a Linux system. Any...