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iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
12.12.2013, 11:33
 

usb drivers with MTP support (Users)

Hi all,

someone know if exist usb dos drivers with MTP protocol support?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_Transfer_Protocol

Thanks

Roberto iw2evk

RayeR(R)

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CZ,
12.12.2013, 23:37

@ iw2evk
 

usb drivers with MTP support

> Hi all,
> someone know if exist usb dos drivers with MTP protocol support?

I very doubt that it exists. You simply have to pull out the card and use standard mass strorage reader. Maybe Bret could add support to his USB stack but it's a lot effort for very few users...

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Rio Rancho, NM,
13.12.2013, 18:40

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usb drivers with MTP support

I've personally never seen an MTP device, and I doubt very many other users have either. I also doubt that it will ever be very common to see devices that are formatted that way. There are actually a lot of disadvantages to it compared to standard block devices.

You can certainly write your own driver if you see a need, but it's probably not something I would pursue.

iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
13.12.2013, 18:50

@ bretjohn
 

usb drivers with MTP support

Unfortunly the most of new Smartphone use this stupid M$ standard for access to data saved in memory (images , sound, files etc.)
Its' a standard in Window$ phone system and in new win O.s. , so most of market it's M$ prone, i suspect this standard may be a new p.i.t.a for dos users in future.
Note : also on puppy linux the device it's not recognized , also loading mtplib.
Seem can be recognized from Ubunto...

Roberto

iw2evk(R)

Magenta (Italy),
30.12.2013, 09:06

@ iw2evk
 

LIBMTP in dos?

Hi all, i've found a mpt libraries can be solve (maybe?)the problem

http://sourceforge.net/projects/libmtp/files/libmtp/0.0.8/
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/MTP#Usage
This generate some executable like connect, and others ,for managing mtp device connect to usb port.

Roberto

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