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Not sure what you call it. The 'info' says permissions and something about a port or ports. When I look for the connection I'm show an inactive connection and the window says it's com and serial ports.??
BitPim will try to detect the correct port automatically when accessing your phone.
If I then press "Refresh "I get:
This port should not be selected. If you believe it is the correct port, you should cause it to become available such as by plugging in the cable or ensuring you have correct permissions. Press refresh once you have done so and it should be listed under available. Note that the name may change as it becomes available.
It was not possible to open this port
This is a modem connection
USB modem (/dev/ttyACM0)
This is the name the port is known to your operating system as
When I look in Drake the computer sees the phone.
Any more ideas?
Just edited previous post chmod lets me set the port but I still cann't auto detect or talk to the phone
When I set the phone to allow access to the card I can see the micro sd card contents.
I think that tells me that the cable and drivers are right .
I have to set the phone to allow the c sd card to be seen.
I still cannot detect the phone if card read is enabled or not.
The test I used to verify the phone setup is to access it on a windoz machine, it works fine.