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Same problem here with Motorola Moto G 1st and 2nd gen after Lollipop update. All the files will be able to be transferred after a restart but no new files after the restart is transferable. You must restart your device after every new files download to be copied to your PC via USB.


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I thing this will work: In /init.rc add service ethernet /eth0.sh and create /eth0.sh #!/system/bin/sh netcfg eth0 up 192.168.0.2 Still got problems chainging the ramdisk but that should work. See http://elinux.org/Android_Networking I was not able to change the ramdisk so I made a simple app the does run the netcfg command after boot and after ...


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I ended up using AirDroid. This is by far the best solution to wirelessly connect an Android to a PC (you can even make accessible only inside your LAN, so it's pretty secure). Seems that solid MTP support is not going to happen for Linux.


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Please check your phone while connecting the screen should be unlock then only all your Internal and Card memory will be visible.


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Got it running. The max77803 chip in the SM-C115 was also used in the S4 but the driver my kernel had did not support the ET-UP900 device. So I searched for newer kernel driver and found danielpanzella/P900-kernel-source. In this driver they call the device LANHUB. If you have a look at the code there are a number of other devices, too. The driver detects ...


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Have you tried changing the connecting USB cable? From other forums I found out that there are charging only or charing + data cables. It could be that something happened to the data part of it so you see it charging when connected, but the phone can't be mounted because there is no data transfer. That's why I was sure the problem had to be elsewhere, ...


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Check question #3134. It gives you a few ways of how to use your phone as an "access point" to the Internet. You can also use your phone as a proxy if you have a compatible ssh daemon (such as dropbear) installed. With this approach you can overcome tethering restrictions if present. Another way might be a combination of port forwarding on your Android box ...


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If your internet provider supports tethering, you can connect your phone over USB with your PC. Then enable tethering at Settings > More > Tethering. You are now using your phone's internet on your computer. If you download a file, it will be downloaded through your phone. If your carrier doesn't support tethering directly with your data plan, you can use ...


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There is an app on the Play Store called 'DriveDroid' which will allow you to do exactly what it is you are looking for. I am not sure however, if it is free or not but unfortunately you need a rooted phone to use it.



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