I am trying to copy images from my phone to my computer. I would also like to copy some music mp3 files to the phone.
When trying to connect a USB cable to my phone for file transfers
Unable to open a folder for moto g(7) power
The name :1.186 was not provided by any .service files
This is within Budgie and also LXQT
It was working fine last week. The only change made was the recent zypper updates. This happened about a month ago as well. Is there anything that can be done other than waiting for the next update that might fix this issue?
Please let me know of any diagnostic commands needed to provide additional information for help.
Tried the USB connection to my pocket telephone – something I normally no longer need to do – I normally use KDE Connect …
At first KDE Plasma didn’t want to connect to my pocket telephone (Samsung Galaxy A22) via the USB cable which is normally used by my charger – I wasn’t sure if, the cable supported data transfer or not (battery re-charging only … ) –
On the pocket telephone, a pop-up window asked if, I wanted to allow access to the device from somewhere else (via the USB power charger cable) – I chose to allow the access.
In KDE Plasma Dolphin, the pocket telephone appears in the “Network → MTP devices → A22 from xxx” tab – I can browse both the pocket telephone’s internal storage and, the 500 GiB micro-SD I have in the thing.
“mount” doesn’t find the thing – “lsblk” also not …
I was not aware of KDEconnect, but that looks like a good option. I found an article that mentions gsconnect for Gnome based GUI. I am using LXQT. I will keep searching, but are there any recommendations from anyone that is using gnome for a connect type app. In searching I see there is also network manager connect. I need to read to see if that might work as well.