05-04-2013 11:42 PM
My Nook HD+ shows up fine on my Windows 7 OS. However, when I plug into my Ubuntu 10.04 OS, all I see is the .html installation file used for Mac machines. How do I make my Ubuntu OS see my Nook HD+?
I have owned a Nook 1st Gen, Nook Color and Nook Tablet. All of them showed up on Ubuntu without a problem. One of the biggest reasons I like Nook is how easy it has been to transfer external content (using Ubuntu). B&N, I am not pleased that you made this more complicated. -.-
05-05-2013 07:44 PM
Android. It's a Google decision to make Android 4.0 use a different file transfer protocol called MTP though it might as well have been called NeverWorksProperly Protocol.
Lots and lots of problems.
Word Search, Kriss Kross, Quote Falls, Hangman - Word Game Pack.
Alarm Clock, Weather, Calendar, ToDo - Alarm Clock & Calendar.
3 Hidden Objects Adventures - 3 Hidden Objects Adventures.
07-26-2013 11:26 AM
07-26-2013 12:33 PM - edited 07-26-2013 01:05 PM
Search for MTP in your software center.
Or run Synaptic package managersearch or a google search on MTP.
As you have to install MTP support in linux
I installed kio-mtp first then Mtpfs is FUSE filesystem that supports reading and writing from any MTP device. Basically it allows you to mount your device as an external drive.
Mtpfs can be installed with the packge manager for your distro.
01-25-2014 12:20 AM
gMTP is a good program for transferring files to/from the NOOK HD, I assume it works for the HD+ as well. I was able to download it from ubuntu Software Center.