|GO-MTPFS(1)||General Commands Manual||GO-MTPFS(1)|
go-mtpfs - FUSE filesystem for mounting Android device as MTP device
go-mtpfs [options] directory
This manual page documents briefly the go-mtpfs command.
go-mtpfs is a program that mounts an Android device as an MTP device. The only argument the program takes is the directory name.
mkdir xoom go-mtpfs xoom & cp -a ~/Music/Some-Album xoom/Music/ fusermount -u xoom
After a file is closed (e.g., if cp completes in the above example), it is safe to unplug the device; the filesystem then will continue to function, but generates I/O errors when it reads from or writes to the device.
A summary of options is included below. -h, --help Show summary of options.
- Allow other users to access mounted fuse. Default: false.
- Use Android extensions if available. Default: true.
- -debug string
- Comma-separated list of debugging options: usb, data, mtp, fuse
- -dev string
- Regular expression to filter device IDs, which are composed of manufacturer/product/serial.
- -storage string
- Regular expression to filter storage areas.
- -usb-timeout int
- Timeout in milliseconds. Default: 5000
- Assume removable RAM media uses VFAT, and rewrite names. Default: true.
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution (but may be used by others), because the original program does not have a manual page.