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Recently that I connect my Windows phone mobile to my Xubuntu laptop I see mtp://[usb:002,003]/Storage/ alongside the other drives.It shows my phone media files! That actually I can not find it in terminal!

So can I access to its file system information at all? and also I want to know is there any way that I could access other data on my phone like documents or messages or ... ?

marked as duplicate by terdon Mar 29 '15 at 0:22

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  • It will be in /run/user/1001/gvfs/mtp:host=%5Busb%3A002%2C003%5D/. For how to access it, let's hope someone answers the duplicate. – terdon Mar 29 '15 at 0:25
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MTP stands for Media Transfer Protocol, the stuff in brackets seems to be an address of a certain USB device in Xubuntu and /Storage is obviously a folder on that device. I'm not sure you could access it via terminal but you could check if FUSEfs would help you. Otherwise just find a software which work with data via MTP. I'm sure Xubuntu would have standard one.

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