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In my case (KDE4 on a Debian Squeeze) it worked easily after setting the device as MSC. It was directly automounted by KDE. To do this just go to: Settings -> Xperia -> Connectivity -> USB connection mode As I have Spanish language in my Android I suppose the translation will be something like that. It also worked in the same computer on a WindowsXP ...
Did you mount the drives from the phone? Once you're connected, you have to open the notification bar, tap on the "USB Connected" notification and press the button to mount the drives. This should make them visible on your desktop. After you're done, unmount them from the desktop first, then unmount them from the phone, and then disconnect the cable.
According to this post, com.sonyericsson.usbux is enhancedusbux.apk app, which handles USB support. com.sonyericsson.capabilities belongs to DefaultCapabilities.apk app, but I haven't been able to find anything about its functionality, other than a cryptic "hardware capabilities" description.
Impossible to predict what their techs would do. Theoretically they certainly can deny repair service on bootloader-unlocked phones, since it clearly says that you are voiding your warranty when unlocking the device: Important information Please note that you may void the warranty of your phone and/or any warranty from your operator if you unlock the ...
Android 4.x supports contact groups. This is the only way I've found till now.
You could always unmount your SD card (if it's removable, like my HTC Magic allows for) and plug it into an SD card reader. or you could root & run CyanogenMod - CM's Mass Storage mode works great in my Gnome2 install of Ubuntu, don't see why KDE would make it any different.
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