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    Help with tf300t USB and LINUX

    I have asus tf300t and linux ubuntu 12.04
    I dont see my device when connected via USB,
    lsusb:
    Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
    Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
    Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
    Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub

    of course adb devices comes empty too.

    I do have SDK installed and had no problem with other device, samsung galaxy S3.

    For some reason the ASUS is not detecting that it is connected. No notification in android. no lsusb in linux (((

    anyone have any advice?

    BTW do I connect the USB cable to the docking KBD or the tablet?

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    Welcome to the forum

    I believe you should connect the tablet directly to your PC via the charging cable. Other than that I'm sorry but I can't offer anything further.

    I do know that our Rescue Squad has a Linux guru in it, so hopefully in due course he'll see your thread & offer some help.

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    Ok,

    For ADB, did you enable USB Debugging in Settings - Developer Options? I would think you would have since you have done this with other devices, but just checking.

    Also, I have had luck using ADB by connecting to the charging port on the dock as well as on the tablet (undocked). It should work either way but some users have had dock issues and have better luck with just the tablet.

    And, I have had issues with my charging cable where one of the pins has a bad connection and it will not work via USB. The wall wart still charges fine, but it will not work for any USB (MTP/PTP/ADB/APX/Fastboot) connections. New cable sorted it out straight away.


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    I have the tf700 and an older version of ubuntu so it may be different. But there are a couple of things. Can you see your tablet if you select PTP mode? I realize this isn't the best option but it is a start. What are you trying to do? Move files or root? You need to set the udev rules. This guide is for the N7 but if you look up the rules for the tf300 you should be able to use the same guide with those settings in your udev rules.
    Ubuntu - Automount Nexus 7 in MTP mode

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    To conect via ADB you should set the tablet in USB debugging mode, then connect the charging cable (unplug from charger, plug into Linux USB or hub connected to Linux box, leave other end connected to tablet). Linux should see the tablet.
    (All of this has been mentioned in the posts above, so I'm just confirming that the above procedure works for me)

    -Tor

 

 

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