I am able to browse and copy the phone's file system via the file manager 
application, but the path is mtp://[usb:002,004]/Phone/ which won't work with 
rsync.  I don't see it under "run" anywhere...or under any of the file system 
starting at root.  It is like it really isn't mounted at all.  It shows up 
under file manager as a network location though.  How would I tell rsync to 
reference it as a network location?

On Mon, 16 Apr 2018 06:43:17 -0700 (PDT)
cooloutac <raahe...@gmail.com> wrote:

>On Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 3:34:25 PM UTC-4, Stuart Perkins wrote:
>> I have the following setup:
>> Qubes 3.2, xfce4 interface
>> sys-usb
>> I want to be able to connect my Android phone to a vm and rsync its 
>> contents.  I can connect the phone and "qvm-usb -a" it to the VM, and it 
>> appears available under the File Manager application as 
>> "mtp://[usb:002,004]/" but I cannot locate a mount point to use for rsync.  
>> It does not appear under /run/user/[uid]/gvfs.  Any idea where it mounts so 
>> I can use rsync to reference it?
>> Thanks in advance...
>> Stuart  
>usually in /run/media I think.  If worse comes to worse you can just copy the 
>files to sys-usb and then transfer it to your media vm.
>ALso usually when you click it in the file manager,  you then have to click 
>allow on the phone itself before you can access the directories.

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