Originally Posted by Ashex
I'm using Kubuntu Hardy. These are the mount options used when it automounts:
/dev/sdf1 on /media/disk type vfat (rw,nosuid,nodev,noatime,uhelper=hal,flush,uid=1000,utf8,shortname=lower)
OS is 126.96.36.199 Sprint
Are there any other files you can test with? song perhaps? Also, copy the file out first before opening it via terminal, so just do cp /media/disk/pic.jpg ~/
Thanks for your feedback. The same mount options (except UID, of course!) are used when my phone is automounted under Fedora 8.
It does not seem to matter whether I try loading the image file directly from the phone, or first copying it to disk.
I tried copying an mp3 from my computer to the phone. While the mp3 seemed
to play fine, the md5 checksum on the file on the phone was different than the md5 checksum of the source file on disk. So it seems that there are errors both moving a file from the phone to my computer, and vice-versa.
My phone's OS is 188.8.131.52 (this is a Verizon Wireless phone), which is different from yours. I wonder if this is why you seem to have no problems with your phone, but I do?
Thanks for your suggestions.