On Wed, 29 May 2019 13:47:12 +1200, John wrote:
I have just got a 16gig micro sd card with my
Granddaughters data on
it. I managed to delete almost completely all the data but there are
ten files that will not delete either on the phone or my computer the
phone say the files are deleted but they remain the computer returns
a "could not delete" error.
Well, there’s always a reformat.
I tried "sudo apt-get install mtp-server
But got a error msg unable to locate mtp and libmtpserver.
An MTP server is normally something you run on your phone or other
device, as a way for a PC to transfer files over USB without having to
mount the device’s on-board storage as a regular filesystem volume.
Here’s what a quick search for relevant packages uncovered on my Debian
ldo@theon:~> apt-cache search mtp | grep -i media
libmtp-common - Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) common files
libmtp-dev - Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) development files
libmtp-doc - Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) library documentation
libmtp-runtime - Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) runtime tools
libmtp9 - Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) library
mtp-tools - Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) library tools
qtscrob - audioscrobbler submitter for portable media players - Qt frontend
scrobbler - audioscrobbler submitter for portable media players - console client
mtpfs - FUSE filesystem for Media Transfer Protocol devices