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I am sorry for the noise here. It was a very strange bug in my wifi router. Some devices were reachable, some not. After rebooting the wifi router I was able to connect to the SSHelper server on the android device again.
I ended up having to transfer my files to a temporary directory on Google Drive and download it from Google Chrome to my Desktop and then make use of them from there. Anyways, a couple of days later my Windows 7 OS (Sony VAIO) completely crashed (gray screen). I forced the laptop off with the off switch and after returning to it after a walk and turining it ...
sshelper works great on my Samsung S5. In sshelper under the wrench icon you can increase the verbosity of the data logging mode, try increasing that and then pointing your browser to the listed 'ssh server address' and append the 'log server port number' (default :8080). This might give you a clue as to why your having issues.
I moved to a Moto X 2014 and I had this problem. I tried many things as well, a solution seemed to be "Motorola Migrate" to synchronize with WiFi two phones (an old gingerbread backflip). In the gallery, the situation was good (even in details), but strangely in file manager the date was changed, and after few hours even the gallery also shown the transfer ...
Since the device is rooted, there is a good chance that a custom Recovery is also installed. I was able to copy all content from /data/data of Android 4.2.1 to my Linux PC by using following instructions: Boot into custom Recovery and mount Data. Enter adb pull /data/data/ ~/<TARGET_DIR>/ in terminal on Linux PC, or enter adb pull /data/data/ ...
Use SyncMe Wireless and network share. The timestamps are preserved and the sync is quick. I was able to back up without a computer to SD Card in Kingston MobileLite Wireless in 20 minutes, re-sync instant.
X-plore is an easy to use app from Google to transfer files from internal to external cards and back. I use it regularly. Go to play.google.com, use search bar at top, search for X-plore. You'll see a couple of the other apps mentioned in earlier responses, both of which I occasionally use.
Having to run this program is lame and flaky. The good news, I do not have to do ANYTHING on my Ubuntu 15.04, i recognizes the phone's storage and I can drag and drop and delete.
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