I want to copy some movie files from my Linux PC to my Android phone, however, it is much more easy to copy from Windows to my Android phone.
In Windows, my phone would mount its internal memory card and SD card automatically, allowing me to transfer files between them.
With my Linux distro, it always shows an error whenever I plug my phone in to the PC with a USB cable, then it may take some minutes to mount the internal memory card and SD card. Sometimes it fails to mount them too.
I am wondering is this really a pain to do files transfer in all Linux distros, or if some other distro would perform better. I am using Linux Mint 13 Mate. If a newer distro could make my day easier I might switch over to it. My phone is an HTC One SV without rooting.
P.S. As I remember, the first error message is "Error initializing camera: -60: Could not lock the device". Really it said camera even I am connecting a phone to it. Then I need to wait for some minutes and hope the SD card would mount successfully.