1. msaly's Avatar
    It's been a couple of months since I rooted and most recently flashed AOKP 40 and Franco 200. I tried to connect to my computer yesterday and it won't mount. Any suggestions? I know I have all the drivers. Perhaps a ROM or kernel issue? Thanks!

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    07-05-2012 02:14 PM
  2. 2defmouze's Avatar
    If I'm not mistaken francos 200 was a Jellybean test kernel.. While aokp is definitely still ICS based. This can easily cause a problem if that's indeed what you did.

    EDIT: And if that's the case, download an earlier franco kernel (say a milestone or anything really) to your phone and just flash that.

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    07-05-2012 02:20 PM
  3. msaly's Avatar
    Well that didn't work. Any other suggestions? I have it connected as a media device. Now running Franco M4.

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    07-05-2012 05:26 PM
  4. dmmarck's Avatar
    Well that didn't work. Any other suggestions? I have it connected as a media device. Now running Franco M4.

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    Do you have the adb/fastboot drivers? Can you get it to show up in a device list?
    07-05-2012 05:29 PM
  5. dmonzel's Avatar
    Gotta be a snarky nerd here.

    1. Download and install Ubuntu (yay! No more drivers!)

    2. Set up adb (super simple) and fastboot (a little more work)

    And that should be it. Heck, you can even run Ubuntu off a small partition and keep Windows, just in case.
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    07-05-2012 05:46 PM
  6. dmmarck's Avatar
    Gotta be a snarky nerd here.

    1. Download and install Ubuntu (yay! No more drivers!)

    2. Set up adb (super simple) and fastboot (a little more work)

    And that should be it. Heck, you can even run Ubuntu off a small partition and keep Windows, just in case.
    GNex + Ubuntu = dream.
    07-05-2012 05:54 PM
  7. msaly's Avatar
    I'll try these suggestions. I'm not familiar with Ubuntu. I'll check that out too. Thank you!

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    07-05-2012 06:07 PM
  8. dmmarck's Avatar
    I'll try these suggestions. I'm not familiar with Ubuntu. I'll check that out too. Thank you!

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    It's another operating system based on Linux, the same general operating system Android is derived from (generally speaking). They work extremely well together.

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    07-05-2012 06:13 PM
  9. 2defmouze's Avatar
    Lol yes but carving out a hard drive partition and installing ubuntu is not the go-to solution every android user is going to be able to roll with here.

    Have you enabled fast charge on your franco kernel, either through his app or rom control on aokp? This disables the computer from reading the phone as a storage device..

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    07-05-2012 06:22 PM
  10. msaly's Avatar
    No fast charge. I'll check my drivers again and the other suggestions when I can get time on my computer. Thanks again.

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    07-05-2012 07:48 PM
  11. dmmarck's Avatar
    No fast charge. I'll check my drivers again and the other suggestions when I can get time on my computer. Thanks again.

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    It may be worthwhile to delete the old drivers and reinstall everything.
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    07-05-2012 07:54 PM
  12. nuchdog's Avatar
    Also check your USB port or try a different port. I have a powered USB hub that is designed to "fast charge" peripherals. Even if I don't have fast charge enabled on my ROM, plugging my phone into the the hub makes the phone think it is AC charging. One of my laptop ports also has that feature. You can just try a different port or check under battery when it is plugged in and see if/how it is charging.
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    07-06-2012 09:50 AM
  13. Southrncomfortjm's Avatar
    Lol yes but carving out a hard drive partition and installing ubuntu is not the go-to solution every android user is going to be able to roll with here.

    Have you enabled fast charge on your franco kernel, either through his app or rom control on aokp? This disables the computer from reading the phone as a storage device..

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    I was having a similar issue to the OP and fixed it by disabling fast charge based on your advice. Working like usual now. Thanks!
    07-19-2012 11:38 AM
  14. Diamant Haxhimusa's Avatar
    hey can you help me how to download and install Ubuntu in my Galaxy nexus
    01-20-2013 12:00 PM
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