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Why not use the built-in Wi-Fi, and use a network monitor tool like Fing?
Actually,the easiest way is to modify /usr/lib/udev/rules.d/69-libmtp.rules adding your product ID as it is likely that it already contains your vendor ID,so create a new line for your device with your VID and PID,restart udev and it works!
easy way to get GNU build tools : first https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.n0n3m4.droidc (install gcc in internal memory) second https://github.com/fann95/C4droid-Shell
I did this for myself by navigating to Settings > Storage, tap on the Misc category, select the ~4 GB linux image and use the trash icon to delete it, but this will probably vary depending on what device you use.
I find bluetooth connections with Ubuntu to be a bit unreliable. I have tried it on a number of machines. I have also tried a variety of bluetooth adapters. I'm not sure if it's the various adapters that I've been using. I tried to find a recommended bluetooth manufactor specification, but didn't have luck. It's not clear what you mean by adb ...
Is this an external SD card? If so, you can simply remove it from the SD card slot, and use either an SD card reader on the laptop, which may be built in, or you can get a cheap adapter that takes an SD card, and acts like a USB drive. I've seen them on Amazon for as little as $2.25 including shipping, or nicer ones for $5 - $10. Search for "sd card ...
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