[CentOS] Frustrated. Java on Centos 6 doesn't give an error message when downloading from a Samsung Galaxy S3

Fri May 24 03:03:21 UTC 2013
Justin Edmands <shockwavecs at gmail.com>

For fun you could install lighttpd. This will bypass any issues that arise
from OS limitations. You have a mini web server but it's just going to be
for serving files, etc.

you'll be able to wget stuff and...well many many more options.

SCP if all else fails.

On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 10:47 PM, Keith Keller <
kkeller at wombat.san-francisco.ca.us> wrote:

> On 2013-05-24, Rock <Rocksockdoc at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Unfortunately, [url=http://androidforums.com/computers/499522-looking-
> > linux-file-transfer-tool-android-4-0-devices.html]Google has apparently
> > disabled USB transfer in the Android OS 4.0[/url] and above and replaced
> > it with MTP file transfer.
> >
> > So Windows recognizes any ICS device plugged in, and Mac does too (via
> > Android File Transfer);  but Centos does not.
> That's a bug in Android (or perhaps just your device, since on that
> thread other users report ICS does support USB mass storage), not
> CentOS.  I understand that's not helpful to you, but it's good to be
> clear.
> I'd install an scp or sftp client on your Android and use that for file
> transfer to your CentOS box, as suggested by many folks on that thread.
> There are probably a bunch of clients in the Play store.
> --keith
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