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Closest you'll get is with ps aux. This will show you the number of virtual pages allocated to a program. Whether these pages are actually used, you won't know unless you profile every running process. These numbers should be good enough for finding a leak, though
Not an answer specifically, but the easiest way to do this is not to use a USB cable but an app like airdroid. It's available as a free version. Since I discovered this app, I no longer worry about USB debugging mode; developer options and finding my USB phone cable.
Rhythmbox's sync is garbage. Sync your entire colleciton or make a playlist for each album. It's clearly a feature that the developers don't really use. Other than that, Rhythmbox is pretty good.
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