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       jmptfs - FUSE based filesystem for accessing MTP devices


       jmtpfs [options] MOUNTPOINT


       jmtpfs  is  a FUSE and libmtp based filesystem for accessing MTP (Media Transfer Protocol)
       devices. It was specifically designed for exchaning files between Linux  (and  Mac  OS  X)
       systems and newer Android devices that support MTP but not USB Mass Storage.

       The  goal is to create a well-behaved filesystem, allowing tools like find(1) and rsync(1)
       to work as expected. MTP file types are set automatically based  on  file  type  detection
       using libmagic(3).  Setting the file type is necessary for some Android applications, like
       Gallery, to be able to find and use the files uploaded to the device.


       For regular use, simply specifying a MOUNTPOINT will have the first available  MTP  device
       mounted under it. Mounted devices should be unmounted using

              fusermount -u MOUNTPOINT

       (see fusermount(1) for more details).

       Note:  most  (if not all) Android phones have to be unlocked when first accessed over MTP;
       if you get an input/output error on the mountpoint, unlock the phone and retry.


       jmtpfs accepts the following options:

       -h     Show summary of options.

       -V, --version
              Show the program version.

       -l, --listDevices
              List all available MTP devices.

              Specify the device to mount. If unspecified, the first device found is used.

       In addition to these options, all options supported by fuse(8) are available.  See  jmtpfs
       -h for more information.


       fuse(8), fusermount(1)


       jmtpfs was written by Jason Ferrara <>.

       This  manual  page  was  written  by  Apollon Oikonomopoulos <>, for the
       Debian project (but may be used by others).

                                           May 30, 2013                                 JMTPFS(1)