Description of problem: When using Banshee with sansa clip configured to either msc or mtp usb mode, device is not recognized by banshee.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 1.8.0
Run Banshee with device configured in either msc or mtp usb mode
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Configure Sansa in Settings -> System Settings -> USB Mode -> MTP
2. Plug into USB port on PC
3. Start Banshee
4. Close Banshee
5. Start Rhythm Box
No MTP device visible in left pane of Banshee window
Sansa Clip is visible in Rhythm box
MTP device visible in left pane of Banshee window
Device is not recognized when configured in MSC USB mode either, although it its mounted and available on 'Places' menu of Gnome file system.
I'm experiencing the same. My Nokia 5310 (MSC mode) doesn't appear in Banshee's left panel. The same phone worked with Banshee last time I used Ubuntu (10.10).
Banshee 2.0.1-2.fc15 x86_64
Created attachment 521304 [details]
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