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Maxo
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reply to unibroker

Re: adb umount problems

From the adb shell just type "exit" without the quotes to break the adb connection.
After that you should be able to cleanly unmount using Nautilus.

unibroker
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The device never shows up in Nautilus. Before it did and that was how I "Safely Removed Device". How can the device be listed in a bash terminal but not in Nautilus.

This thing is maddening. Before when I could see the device in Nautilus and would push to the sdcard, I could never find the file I pushed. Now when I can see the file I pushed the device has disappeared from nautilus so I can't safely unmount! Obviously this is user-error. Maybe that's why Apple makes a locked bootloader for customers like me.


Maxo
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said by unibroker:

Maybe that's why Apple makes a locked bootloader for customers like me.

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