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Old 12-14-2004, 07:20 AM   #1
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Mounting Sony Ericsson Z1010 via USB


I'm trying to mount my new Sony Ericsson Z1010 via the included usb-cabel. Unfortunately, it is not supported by the mass storage module, which I have included in my kernel. I can see it is found, since the last entry in dmesg after I connect the phone, is 'usb x-x: new full speed USB device using address x'. Alas, to my regret, no other entry appears after this in dmesg and therefore, I have no entries under /dev/ which I can use as a mount point.
Does anyone have any experience with mounting mobile phones via usb?

Old 12-25-2004, 06:32 PM   #2
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Unfortunately I'm experincing the same problem. And neither windows xp through vmware is working correctly.


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