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Uninstall the Samsung Galaxy S3 driver. Download and update your fingerprint sensor driver. In my case, I use the AuthenTec driver. Download and update your Bluetooth device driver (i.e. Broadcomm, etc) Reboot computer. Re-install the Galaxy S3 driver. Connect device. Device will look for software updates and everything should install. Good to go!
I asked the same question over on Ask Ubuntu and someone suggested it was a dodgy USB cable. I'm kind of speechless, but indeed, swapping the cable solved my problems. Now when I plug my phone in to a USB port, I get a little notice that the USB is connected. Onward.
There's no need to install Kies. Download the driver SAMSUNG_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v22.214.171.124.exe (or a higher version) which is available from the Samsung website. Click on the Manuals & Downloads tab (below the image of the phone) and then the Software tab. After installing, I connected the S3 via USB and Windows Update automatically searched ...
If you're looking to change the default size for a log buffer, to persist between reboots, you can recompile the kernel with updated buffer sizes. The file containing log buffer definitions is: <kernel>/drivers/staging/android/logger.c The versions I'm looking at use a macro to define log buffers in that file: DEFINE_LOGGER_DEVICE(variable, name, ...
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