I tried to connect my Android device Redmi Note 9 Pro via USB cable to my laptop (HP laptop, 4GB RAM, Dual-Core Intel® Core™ i3-5005U CPU @ 2.00GHz) which has elementary OS Odin as host OS, but it is showing me this error:
Unable to Show Folder
The server for this folder could not be located.
The specified location is not mounted
I thought it might be an issue with some packages, so I searched through the internet, and for most of the websites I found, the solution is to install
mtpfs. I installed
libmtp and when I tried to install
mtpfs, it is showing me unable to locate package
Also, when I tried to connect my other two Android mobiles, it simply mounted normally without any problem (I can access files and folders of the Android device).
Also, my Android mobile (Redmi Node 9 Pro) is accessible (normally mounting) in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS along with the other two devices.
I am attaching the error message which might help you to figure out the problem:
home@HomeHP:~$ mtp-detect libmtp version: 1.1.17 Listing raw device(s) Device 0 (VID=2717 and PID=ff40) is a Xiaomi Mi-2s (id2) (MTP). Found 1 device(s): Xiaomi: Mi-2s (id2) (MTP) (2717:ff40) @ bus 2, dev 18 Attempting to connect device(s) error returned by libusb_claim_interface() = -6LIBMTP PANIC: Unable to initialize device Unable to open raw device 0 OK. home@HomeHP:~$
I don't know what is the problem, please help me out.