Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 757271
Fedora doesn't recognize Acer Iconia A501 Android Honeycomb device
Last modified: 2013-02-13 18:59:55 EST
Description of problem:
Android Honeycomb used mtp to transfer files on the system, and while Fedora supports this, the Acer Iconia A501 device I have isn't recognized by fedora.
If if type in lsusb when the device is connected I get:
Bus 002 Device 007: ID 0502:3344 Acer, Inc.
and there are instructions for getting the device going on ubuntu here:
and a lead in page with possibly more helpful information here:
However, there seems to be a lot of manual handling for something that should just work, and the proposed solution looks like a work around to the problem.
I'm hoping that someone who understands Fedora more might be able to make appropriate changes to the udev rules (and other bits) so I plug the device in and it just works.
That should have been f16.
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