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Re: Connecting the droid to a Debian workstation

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Camaleón <noelamac@gmail.com> writes:

> On Tue, 01 Jun 2010 12:01:13 +0200, Merciadri Luca wrote:
>> To my utter astonishment, I have not found, on the Internet, an
>> explanation on how to connect an Android-based device to a Debian
>> workstation (through USB2, evidently). Do you have any pointer on how to
>> do this? By `connecting,' I do not necessarily mean `synchronizing' but
>> at least being able to check the µSD's card content. I am using an HTC
>> Desire.
> Look at the manual for your device, chapter "Connecting your phone to 
> your computer".
> It seems you have to connect the device to an USB port and select "hard 
> drive" mode, or something similar. Then you should be able to use the 
> unit as a media device.
> Briefly, connect the phone and type "dmesg" :-)
Yes. And is there some HTC Sync program? (To share e-mails, etc., with
Thunderbird, not Evolution.)

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