I’m trying to copy files from Android using the terminal / Konsole. I can see the files just fine under Dolphin but if I do an ls under the following directories there is nothing shown:
It is there as I can see it with **mount **(and under Dolphin as previously mentioned)
gvfsd-fuse on /run/user/1000/gvfs type fuse.gvfsd-fuse (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,user_id=1000,group_id=100)
as well as lsusb
Bus 001 Device 011: ID 22b8:2e82 Motorola PCS XT1541 [Moto G 3rd Gen]
I can’t find the mount point from Dolphin either. If I right click on Internal Storage it says the location is /Moto X Play (mtp). Likewise, using Open Terminal from the wanted folder doesn’t work, it just opens to my Home directory.
I didn’t troubleshoot the installed packages on my as of now up to date Tumbleweed, on the assumption that if Dolphin can see the files then it is not a matter of a having the wrong fuse package installed.
If this is a mounted file system, then you can see what is mounted where with
Remember that mounting in /run/user/<UID>/<filesystem-identifier>/ is something internal to the desktop, which means that it not a defined/fixed interface to the user. The GUI user uses his GUI tools (like Dolphin, or others that are offered in the pop-up when connecting the device). This “mounting by the desktop for use by the end-user in the seat” was never designed for a CLI user (but it can be done when the user knows where and how to look).
And looking at your image where the address starts with mtp:, it could also be that this is not mounted at all. That will make my post above (which says "If it is a mounted file system) of nil value for your case.
It seems that a special protocol (denoted by that mtp) is used. which means that the device is used outside the concept of the Unix/Linux directory tree. And only programs using that protocol will have access. There may be a CLI tool for that, but I do not know of one.