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Short answer: a complete copy of your phone over dd can't be done. Explanation: Normally when you access a file, your file system driver will parse the folder hierarchy, translate it to an inode, locate the sector on which the file is stored, the metadata is parsed and the file is read. MTP does things differently: your computer sends a request to the ...
I am posting this as an answer to my own question, instead of just a comment, because I've found a solution. In fact, the solution is to use the very same tool I was using, because they have recently updated it (version 7) enabling syncing of MTP devices. Free File Sync It works just as expected, and it's extremely easy to sync. The only downside is that ...
The only way I've found to do this is by using the FTP protocol over a shared WiFi network. Apps like ES File Explorer have the ability to run as an FTP client or server on the phone, and then you can use an app like Filezilla as a server on the computer. This works for folders, and Filezilla does give you some options ("Overwrite if source file newer", or ...
Here two years later, Goodsync has added an option to sync through MTP, and it works like a charm. Its a beta feature in v9 and will probably be in Goodsync 10, and it costs money. Be noted though that Goodsync support is bad in my experience. Goodsync can also sync the dir through wifi. MTP requires a cable so in not automatic. Using wifi it can be ...
Check your USB cable, make sure you've connet your pc successfully, and then install drive, enable USB debugging.
It appears that you are using Android Studio (or another IDE). Try turning on developer mode and then connect the device.
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