Well, kurt18947, I don't think your solution will work for me.
My problem is that I don't have any connection between my Android and my notebook in a protected WiFi network (WPA2 - PSK).
In an open network, i. e. withouth protection at all, everything just works like a charm.
Apparently, this is caused by a misconfiguration within my router - not the settings I made there!
In the German Ubuntu Forum someone worked with me for two days now to find a solution and finally, some minutes ago, we succeeded to build up a connection.
By generating static ARPs on both devices, I'm able to connect my Android and my notebook.
This is how we did:
1. Open the terminal on your notebook and type in:
2. Typing in now finally recognizes the Android device.
sudo arp -i eth1 -s THE.IP.ADDRESS.OF.YOUR.ANDROID THE:MAC:ADDRESS:OF:YOUR:ANDROID
3. Open a terminal emulator on your Android device and type in:
4. Typing in the terminal emulator now finally recognizes the notebook.
sudo arp -i wlan0 -s THE.IP.ADDRESS.OF.YOUR.NOTEBOOK THE:MAC:ADDRESS:OF:YOUR:NOTEBOOK
You're able to connect your Android and your notebook now and access your files with the help of apps like WiFi File Transfer or ES File Manager.
→ BUT: I think, it's impossible that this is the solution of the problem, i. e., connecting Kubuntu with Android in a protected WiFi Network.
First of all, what do you think about that solution?!
Is there maybe a possibility to make a script or something similar, so I don't have to type in every time the codes above?!
Thanks in advance!