Ubuntu: How to mount Touch phone as external drive on MacOS


I have a Nexus 4 running Touch OTA-14. When I plug it into my MacBook USB it shows up in the list of devices, but it does not mount as a drive on the desktop. I've looked through settings and developer options and do not see anything to configure this. Is it possible? Thank you.


You should be able to mount it if it makes a device node in /dev. Just watch for disk0s9, where 9 will be the partition #, to appear in /dev after you plug the device in. Then run 'mkdir /mnt/disk -p && sudo mount /dev/disk0s9 /mnt/disk' to make a folder to mount the disk to, and to mount the disk!

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