cannot connect Samsung Galaxy S to 11.10 classic desktop
I am try to get 1 pic out of my phone and I cannot get it to connect
Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000
Baseband Version I9000HVJP3
Kernel 126.96.36.199root@SE-5604 #6
build number FRoyo.hvjp4
I am using ubuntu 10.10 classic desktop fully updated.
I have even tried the Kies software but have a driver issue with Marvell 91xx driver not updated on window & 64bit. Therefore back to trusty ubuntu
So I go
setting ==> wireless & networks ==> USB settings ==> Mass storage
connect cable (phon charges ok out of interet)
Get USB connected and green andriod. Button at bottom 'Connect USB Storage. BLue bar at top USB mass storage
nothing at this point
Drag down notification (grey) bar at top
Tap line with the following on it
Select to copy files to/from your computer'
Back to green android as per above
Tap button and button now says 'turn off' and andriod changes to orange in colour
Tried using the debug mode, dont allow screen to turn off and debugg mode, and a few other random stabs in the dark but still nothing
Anyone got any ideas on how to get this darn pic of my kids covered in mud of my phone????
Ubuntu 12.04/ Dual Boot (Windows)
Xubutu 10.10 RAID 5 with MythTV installed on top
Netbook respin 11.04