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Galaxy S SCL connection with Linux and (VB) virtual machine



Linux

  • First go to the Settings menu of your Galaxy S> Wireless and Networking> USB Settings. Activate "Mass Storage"
  • Connect the phone to the computer.
  • On the smartphone, click on "Connecting mass storage". Wait a bit and a window appears in the virtual machine ...

Warning: this is the smartphone's internal memory. To view the contents of the memory card, look for folders named as such: 0123-0456 and 1234-7890. They may not have that name, but they will be in this format: four numbers, a dash, four numbers again ... Each corresponds to an element of the smartphone (SD Card/internal memory)

VirtualBox

  • First go to the Settings menu of your Galaxy S> Wireless and Networking> USB Settings. Activate "Mass Storage"
  • Connect the phone to the computer. In VirtualBox, start the virtual machine and once the Linux desktop appeared, configure the device.
  • Go to Devices> USB Devices> click SAMSUNG_Android [0400]

In the smartphone, click on "Connecting mass storage". Wait a bit and normally, a window appears in the virtual machine ...
  • On the smartphone, click on "Connecting mass storage". Wait a bit and a window appears in the virtual machine ...

Warning: this is the smartphone's internal memory. To view the contents of the memory card, look for folders named as such: 0123-0456 and 1234-7890. They may not have that name, but they will be in this format: four numbers, a dash, four numbers again ... Each corresponds to an element of the smartphone (SD Card/internal memory)

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