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Using a Samsung Galaxy S5 (SC-04) in Japan, with Docomo as my service provider. Currently running Android 4.4.2 Kitkat, unrooted.

Also have a Galaxy Tab 10.1, 16GB, WiFi only (GT-P7510). Currently running Android 4.4.2 Kitkat, rooted.


May
29
accepted Why is CyanogenMod zip not being found when I try to install it?
May
24
answered Why is CyanogenMod zip not being found when I try to install it?
May
24
comment How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
The answer was simply to reflash the ROM which I put in my own answer, but I awarded you the bounty for having the most complete attempt at a resolution. :)
May
24
accepted How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
May
24
answered How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
May
24
asked Why is CyanogenMod zip not being found when I try to install it?
May
22
accepted Where are the bookmarks in Firefox for Android?
May
22
comment Is there an ICS ROM for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 that has camera support?
I'm voting to close my own question, as I don't want to start any controversies, and it seems that this question can be taken differently than I had intended.
May
22
revised How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Added new screen shot and information.
May
21
comment How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
If I go to System Settings -> Wireless & networks -> More..., I do not see a "USB Utilities" option. I have "Airplane Mode", "VPN", "Tethering & Portable hotspot", "Wi-Fi direct", and "Mobile networks". The ROM I used to upgrade is the "Android Open KANG Project". As far as I understand it is a fairly reliable ROM, but I have to admit I do not know enough about ROMs to make definitive judgments. It came recommended, that's all I know.
May
21
comment How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Thank you for responding. I had not noticed the storage options before. On my phone, the menu option is accessed by a button, so it does not appear in the screen shots. In any case, I have found it and tried the options presented. Please see my updated question for details. I have also cleaned up and fleshed out my question with more accurate details. Lastly, I have never removed the SD card without first unmounting and turning off the phone, so I don't think that is a source of the problem. :)
May
21
revised How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Added yet more screenshots.
May
21
revised How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Cleaned up question, added more accurate details, and better screenshots.
May
20
comment How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
@lenik: I'm not sure, but I don't think it was Gingerbread. It was 2.3 or somewhere in the 2.x range.
May
18
comment How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
@Logos: Not that I know of. I certainly didn't intend to.
May
18
revised How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Added screenshot
May
18
comment How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Also, I should note that I just tested on my laptop, and I get the same problem of not seeing my internal SD card, so it seems less likely to me that the problem is on the Ubuntu side. It's not absolute proof, but it does seem unlikely that both computers would have the same settings issues.
May
18
revised How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Added information about system settings.
May
18
comment How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Thank you for responding. Running lsusb gets me this response: Bus 002 Device 011: ID 04e8:685b Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd GT-I9100 Phone [Galaxy S II] (mass storage mode). However, after following your instructions to the letter, I still only see the 12GB internal storage.
May
14
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