Solution: Mint 18 (KDE) - Android device connects - network and device crashes?

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I’m doing a bit of development for Android, and recently decided to switch to Linux, I’m currently sitting under(Mint 18 - KDE).

Well, a strange thing, when you connect an Android device.It connects, in the device connection settings I see it for a couple of seconds, then the network is cut down tightly and the device itself disappears and I can’t do anything with it(with the network), only reboot.


On the network account(to re-enable), then I tried
sudo service network-manager stop
sudo service network-manager start


And this is how the connection to the Android device was configured.
vim /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules
SUBSYSTEM =="usb", ATTR {idVendor} =="04e8", MODE="0666", GROUP="plugdev"
chmod a + r /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules

Here's the article,
developer.android.com/tools/device.html

But with this article I tried to connect as a disk, I just reached the last point, now I do not know how to mount.I did everything to mounting

I want the device to work constantly without departures and the network did not crash.

Device Samsung Galaxy s10 - Android 9
What is the reason, what is the problem, what is wrong?
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Something you do not understand, everything is mixed: network, usb and disk mounting.

It would not be bad to write what you are trying to do:
1.Development, connect via USB?
2.Development, connect via WiFi?
3.Get access to files via MTP?

The simplest solution is to install a cyanogenmod. :)

on January 12th, 2020 (6:29 pm)
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Yes installing cyanogenmod helped.
on February 07th, 2020 (8:26 pm)
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