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On my phone, running CyanogenMod 12.1, I wasn't asked where to put the file or what to name it. It automatically went to the Downloads folder. In there, it had a cryptic file name: cid:262. I just renamed it to whatever I wanted + .jpg.
I know this is late, but you actually can navigate your files from your web browser. Enter file:///sdcard as your URL and you should be able to navigate and access your files. Source: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2231949
Nobody has answered you, and your question has a low quality score (as of this writing, it has only one point). Why? I suspect it's because your question wasn't so well-written. Although Android uses a Linux kernel, Android is not Linux. And so http://www.chromium.org/administrators/linux-quick-start provides information which will probably be useless for ...
Connect your phone to the computer. In the status bar, You will get USB symbol. Tap on that and change the settings from 'camera' to 'MTP' This will help you to solve the problem. If the problem still exist, Copy your personal folder to DCIM folder. Now u can access that in Windows.
First, as Jared already pointed out, this is not possible without a "local copy" – i.e. without the data being present in the device's file system. Second, it won't work without root access on the device – as the directory in question (/data/data) is not accessible for a "normal user" (which includes apps: each app can only access its own sub-directory ...
Use an application backup app to backup all your apps,(App Backup and Restore) is one app that i know of. uninstall all the apps from your phone, (Please be careful and remove only the apps that you installed yourself, removing system apps could prove problematic) delete the Folder that you dont want on the sd card, like the iSMS folder you said restart ...
Is it possible to store app data on the cloud I.e a Dropbox account Yes, it is possible to backup app data to the cloud (Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, etc.). The device will need to be rooted or you would have to use adb backup. There are plenty of apps on the Play Store that backup and restore both APK and app data. and withdraw data from ...
What You see is output of libmtp (Media transfer protocol) and appropriate plugins for file-manager. To access root directory of Android device from Linux, you might use a) adb shell (using terminal - easy solution) b) several mtp packages listed nicely here steps described in b) should allow You to mount root of Android device and access it from file ...
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