Help me make your music player or phone recognized as such under Linux

Modern Linux distributions and more and more music library applications (such as Rythmbox and Banshee for example) are using informations stored in‘s media-player-info project in order to handle correctly most USB Mass Storage media players (i.e. those which appear as an external USB disk). This allows the operating system and those applications to :

  • ask you if you want your device to be managed by your music library management software;
  • display the name and icon of your device;
  • retrieve the necessary informations to copy music on the media player (format, location);
  • handle playlists.

In the future those informations might allow your software to manage correctly:

  • your album covers;
  • your videos.

How can you contribute to this project?

The media player database is growing fast but with the even faster growth of new devices arriving on the market it still often happens that your specific device is not perfectly handled. Having contributed a number of patchs to add support for unknown devices, I’m offering to do it for your device(s) (and those of your friends too) if you don’t want to spend time to actually write and send the patch yourself.

So if your device is not in this list or if it is there but the information stored in the corresponding file seems wrong or incomplete (you can notice such an issue by reading the file or simply by plugging your device in your computer with a recent Linux distribution), please do comment this post and give me some informations about your specific media player or phone (please try to use the following proposed format) :

Minimal informations

  • Device name: e.g. W995
  • Manufacturer:  e.g. Sony
  • USB ID:  e.g. 0fce:e112 ; to find this information you can type lsusb in a terminal window (Terminal can usually be accessed under GNOME in Applications/Accessories/Terminal) and find the line corresponding to your device after plugging it. If you’re unsure of the correct line, juste paste the whole command output.
  • Music folder(s): e.g. /Music (case sensitive)
  • Music formats: e.g. audio/mpeg;audio/mp4;audio/aac (or, if unsure, media file extensions (.mp3, .aac…)

Additional informations (optional)

  • Playlists folder: e.g. /Playlists (case sensitive)
  • Playlists formats: e.g. audio/x-mpegurl;audio/x-scpls (or, if unsure, playlist extensions (.m3u, .pls, etc.)
  • Cover folder:  e.g. /Covers (case sensitive)
  • Cover formats: e.g. jpeg, integrated
  • Video folder: e.g. /Videos
  • Video formats:  e.g. mp4&width=320&height=240 (or, if unsure, file extensions and resolutions)

What devices should not be reported here?

  • devices that are only managed using MTP protocol (those are handled by libmtp);
  • devices that are not using mass storage transfer (i.e. those which are not handled as a normal USB disk).

Whether you’ve got the last hot phone on the market or you found an obscure no-name MP3 player free in your cereals, please don’t hesitate to send those informations. Your contribution will benefit a lot of other fellow Linux users and your device will be better handled next time you update your system!

169 pensées sur “Help me make your music player or phone recognized as such under Linux”

  1. # Device name: GM360
    # Manufacturer: LG Electronics, Inc
    # USB ID: ID 1004:6018

    Music folder 1: 22 mb filesystem/My folder/Music
    Music folder 2: sounds/Music (opt. flashcard)
    Playlists formats: mp3 (rest not sure of)

    Cover formats: integrated

  2. The Nokia N900 is capable of playing ogg vorbis files after installing an extra package, but I’m not sure how this should be represented in the file. The device as shipped doesn’t support them, but I don’t want Banshee to waste its time converting files when it doesn’t have to.

    1. @ssweeny

      As we cannot easily detect this, mpi files should describe the out-of-the-box support of the device. Then the user should be able to override those defaults from his music player (I know someone has started writing something like this for banshee).

  3. Device name: 32IT
    Manufacturer: Archos
    USB ID: 0e79:1416

    Music folder(s): /Music
    Music formats: Stereo MP3 CBR & VBR, WMA, WMA-Pro 5.1, WAV (PCM/ADPCM), AAC, AAC+ 5.13, OGG Vorbis, FLAC
    With optional software plug-ins (downloadable on AC3 5.1

    Cover formats: JPEG (at least), supposed BMP, PNG and GIF

    Video folder: /Video
    Video formats: MPEG-42 HD (up to 720p, 30 fps@6Mbps), MPEG-42 (ASP@L5 AVI, up to DVD resolution, 30 fps@8Mbps), H.264 HD (HP@L3.1 up to 720p, 30 fps@5Mbps), WMV9/VC1 (AP up to 720p 30 fps@10Mbps), M-JPEG (Motion JPEG Video) in VGA resolution
    With optional plug-in (downloadable on Cinema: MPEG-2 (up to DVD resolution MP/D1, 30 fps@10 Mbps)
    With the above codecs, the device can play video files with the following extensions: AVI, MP4, MKV, MOV, WMV, MPG, PS, TS, VOB, FLV, RM, RMVB, ASF, 3GP
    Support subtitles files with .srt, .ssa, .smi, .sub extensions, MKV / VOB embedded subtitles

  4. I have a Samsung T10 with korean firmware and it’s not recognised as a mass storage driver. In Europe, maybe in the US too, this model was only solded as mtp. Can I post details of the korean one?

  5. Device Name: Sansa e260
    Manufact.: SanDisk
    USB-ID: 0781:7421

    Music Folder: /music
    Music Format: audio/mpeg, audio/wma

    Video Folder: /VIDEO

    Playlist Folder: /PLAYLIST

  6. My wife’s DroidX. I don’t know much about it (playlist format/storage; album covers), but it isn’t recognized by Exaile.

    * Device name: DroidX
    * Manufacturer: Motorola
    * USB ID: 22b8:41de Motorola PCS

    /Music is stored on a microSD card, which mounts separately.

    1. @Jeff

      Thanks, I’ve added it. But you should put your phone in mass storage mode (the usb id you provided is « PC Mode »). You can change the USB mode by showing the top bar and clicking on the USB icon.

      1. No, you grep returns nothing, but full listing contains line « E: ID_VENDOR_ID=0421 » so it fit under S60 rule.

        P.S. According to brx comment his 5800 have Music folder in CamelCase, strange… May be my phone has been changed at retailer shop (I’ve received it opened)

        P.P.S. It good to set special case for 5800 for it’s wider range of music support, like m4a files

  7. I have a Samsung Yp-T9 (with the Korean / UMS firmware — Smasung sold those as MTP devices in Europe and America, but could flash them to become UMS devices, same with T10 above) and while it’s in the list, please note:
    * there’s a « Music » subfolder where music should be copied
    * while you can play OGG’s on the player with the « File Explorer », the device doesn’t understand OGG tags, therefore the music library updater ignores OGG’s (= preferably music should be transcoded to MP3 / WMA if it has to be transcoded)

      1. Sorry, if my wording seemed to imply that — all I wanted to say was that both T9 and T10 have UMS and MTP firmwares (however, I think the T10 even has a hack that allows you to transfer OGG’s over MTP).

  8. [Device]


    Formats=??? <- I've to check this


  9. Hi Jonathan,
    How about you create a launchpad team for keeping this up to date and use the bug reports as the method of submitting device information, that way others such as myself can help out, and we can also create a ppa so an up to date package for ubuntu users is always available.

  10. *Device: Vision 3
    *Manufacturer: Archos
    *USB: ID 071b:3203
    Music Folders: /Music
    Video Folders: /Video

    Music formats: MP3, WMA (non protected files), WAV, OGG, FLAC

    Video formats: video/avi (400×240 mp4 encoded), also plays flash video (.flv)

    Photos: JPEG, BMP, GIF (but no special folder for cover art)

    No playlist support

    For banshee in .is_audio_player I set folder_depth = 3

    For full specs see

  11. » Device name: Xperia X10 mini pro
    » Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson
    » USB ID: 0fce:3138
    » Music folder(s): /music
    » Music formats: audio/mpeg;audio/x-ms-wma;audio/3gpp;audio/mp4;audio/aac;audio/vnd.rn-realaudio;audio/x-midi;audio/x-wav;application/ogg;audio/amr-wbr

    » Cover folder: /albumthumbs
    » Cover formats: jpeg
    » Video folder: e.g. /video
    » Video formats: MP4, 3GP, H.263, H.264 (display resolution is 240px width, 320px height, or vice versa if device is held horizontally)

    should be pretty much the same as the Xperia X10 mini, except for the USB-ID. Nevertheless I’m wondering why folders are named differently and if the formerly used data for the original X10 mini ever worked.

    1. @Thomas Schmitz

      Could you please send me the USB id with debug mode enabled (or disabled if it was enabled before)? And let me know if 3138 is with debug enabled or disabled?


  12. Device name: Motorola i1
    Manufacturer: Motorola
    $ lsusb | grep Moto
    Bus 002 Device 007: ID 0c44:41d9 Motorola iDEN
    Music folder:/music
    Music format: mp3 (ogg doesn’t seem to work :-()
    Cover folder: /albumthumbs
    Cover formats: jpeg
    Video folder:/dcim/Camera (with the images)
    Video formats: Dimensions=352×288, Codec=MPEG-4 video, Framerate= 6 frames per second, Bitrate = N/a, Audio Codec = AMR audio, Audio channels = Mono, Audio Sample rate = 800Hz

  13. My wife’s Motorola Flipout :
    DeviceMatch=22b8:41d9 Motorola PCS
    Cover folder: /albumart
    Cover formats: png


  14. Device Name: YP-Q2
    Manufacturer: Samsung
    USB ID: 04e8:511c
    Music Folder: /Music
    Music Formats: .MP3, .WMA, .OGG, .FLAC
    Playlists Folder: /Playlists
    Playlists Formats: .m3u
    Cover Folder: Not sure about this
    Cover Formats: jpeg, integrated
    Video Folder: /Video
    Video Formats: MPEG4, WMV, 320×240

    Also there is a bug report in Bansee project:

  15. Device Name: GoGear Aria
    Manufacturer: Philips
    USB ID:0471:2076
    Music Folder: /Music
    Music Formats: .MP3, .WMA, .OGG, .FLAC
    Playlists Folder: /Playlists
    Playlists Formats: .m3u
    Cover Folder: Not sure about this
    Cover Formats: jpeg, integrated
    Video Folder: /Video
    Video Formats: Not Sure, never play videos on it

    1. Minimal informations

      Device name: EVO 4G aka Supersonic
      Manufacturer: HTC
      USB ID: 0bb4:0c8d
      Music folder(s): /Music
      Music formats: audio/mpeg;audio/mp4;audio/aac, .mp3, .amr, flac, ogg etc

      It plays variety of audio and video formats like avi, mp4, xvid, quicktime format, etc.

      Thanks for the help. Please take a look at the following bug and feel free to ask more information.

      1. Thanks Sudhir and thanks again David for notifying me !

        I’ve added your phone to m-p-i and the usb ids to usb.ids.

        Would you mind sending me the usb ids of your phone with debug mode enabled (settings/applications/development/USB debug)?

        1. debug mode was already enabled when i ran lsusb. Do i need to ran any other command to get the debug id? And how do i get the latest m-p-i will it be automatically updated? Thank you so much.

        2. Could you then run lsusb without the debug mode enabled so that we have both ids?

          As for getting the latest m-p-i, let me know what distribution you are using and I’ll try to give you instructions so you won’t have to wait the next update of your distro.

        3. USB ID (without debug) 0bb4:0ff9
          USB ID (with debug) 0bb4:0c8d

          And i usually use the developmental release of Ubuntu. Thank you for your help.

        4. Thanks again, the non debug mode has the same ID has Desire/Hero so it should be working already.

          If you are using Natty, you should get the new media-player-info version next tuesday.

  16. Device name: Vortex
    Manufacturer: LG
    USB ID:1004:61c6
    Music folder(s):/mnt/sdcard/Blackberry/music
    Music formats:MP3, WMA, and AAC
    Video folder: /mnt/sdcard/download and /mnt/sdcard/Blackberry/video
    Video formats: DIVX support & Video Player for WMV, MP4, 3GP, and 3G2 formats; Resolutions 640×480, 320×240, and 176×144 pixels
    heres my info for the bug i filed that david has posted above me

    was way to lazy to move the folders let me know if u need anymore info ill try to figure out how to put it on here

    1. Thanks Tyler,

      I’ve added your phone to m-p-i and the usb ids to usb.ids.

      Would you mind sending me the usb ids of your phone with debug mode enabled (settings/applications/development/USB debug)?

  17. Please add playlist and video folders for HTC Desire (0bb4:0c87 High Tech Computer Corp.)
    Accepted playlist is m3u.
    Video is mp4 & 3gp (builtin) and AVI/MKV/MPG (with 3rd party player software, everyone uses that).
    Video size up to 720p works, but best for screen is 800×480.

  18. I hope you carry on adding these.

    Minimal informations
    » Device name: Cookie (KP501)
    » Manufacturer: LG Electronics, Inc.
    » USB ID: 1004:6018
    » Music folder(s): Sounds (for both of two mounted filesystems: internal memory and SD memory card: usually /media/disk and /media/disk1)
    » Music formats: .mp3, .aac (both AAC and AAC+), .wav
    » Playlists folder: Sounds/Playlists (for both)
    » Playlists formats: .lpl (M3U)
    » Video folder: Videos (for both)
    » Video formats: mp4, 240×400 (400×240 for fullscreen video)

  19. Found your page from your comment at OMG Ubuntu. Thanks for doing this!

    * Device name: Xperia X10 Mini Pro
    * Manufacturer: Sony Ericcson
    * USB ID: ID 0fce:3138 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB
    * Music folder(s): /Music
    * Music formats: 3gp, .amr, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .mp4, .mxmf, .ogg, .ota, .rtttl, .rtx, .wav, .xmf

    Additional informations (optional)

    * Playlists folder: /Playlists
    * Playlists formats: .m3u, .pls
    * Cover folder: /albumthumbs
    * Cover formats: jpeg
    * Video folder: /Videos
    * Video formats: .3gp, .mp4

    Thanks again. Let me know if there’s anything I can do to help testing the changes out…

  20. Device name: Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1
    Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson
    USB ID: 0bb4:0c1f High Tech Computer Corp.
    Music folder: /My Music
    Music formats: WMA/MP3/AAC/MP4
    Video folder: /My Videos
    Video fromats: MPEG4, WMV, H.263, H.264
    Pictures folder: /DCIM/100XPRIA ; /My Pictures

  21. » Device name: DROID 2
    » Manufacturer: Motorola
    » USB ID: 22b8:42a4
    » Music folder(s): None specified – scans full SD card for music, we personally put ours in /Music
    » Music formats: .mp3, .aac, aac+, eaac+, .ogg, .wma9, amr wb, amr nb, midi
    » Video folder: Again, no default, scans full SD card for video, we personally put ours in /Video
    » Video formats: h.263, h.264, wmv v10, wmv v9, (ffmpeg app available to extend further)

  22. sony-ericsson_k800i.mpi is incorrect,
    Should be DeviceMatch=usb:0fce:e039 not d039, as d039 is for phone mode not mass transfer

    Phone Mode
    ~$ lsusb
    Bus 004 Device 003: ID 0fce:d039 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB K800i Phone
    File Transfer
    ~$ lsusb
    Bus 004 Device 004: ID 0fce:e039 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB

  23. Hi, I just commented on an old bug report on this topic that you marked as fixed, but I wanted to be sure you saw it:

    I noticed there’s a difference between the freedesktop website the the current version of the file on my updated 10.10 machine at /usr/share/media-player-info/sandisk-sansa_clip_plus.mpi that may be causing the problem.

    Thanks for your work on this to improve media player support in linux.

  24. I found this page while researching Banshee and syncing and I found the link in an omgubuntu comment. Anyway I have three MP3 players I use with Ubuntu 10.04 and thought I’d contribute the three players I have. They’re generic, but I thought it might help others who have these players.

    These players all show up as a USB disk, basically they’re a USB stick with buttons. It’s interesting to note that the MPC853 and MPC843 came up as ALi Corp. MP3 Player when I did the lsusb command (though they say Coby on them). I don’t know much about technical stuff on devices, but I thought I’d point this out since it might be helpful.

    Device Name: MPC853
    Manufacturer: Coby
    USB ID: 0402:5667
    Music Folder: /MUSIC
    Music Formats: mp3 and wma

    Device Name: MPC843
    Manufacturer: Coby
    USB ID: 0402:5667
    Music Folder: /MUSIC
    Music Formats: mp3 and wma

    Device Name: MP300
    Manufacturer: Coby
    USB ID: 1e74:2211
    Music Folder: /MUSIC
    Music Formats: mp3 and wma

      1. You’re welcome and thanks for adding them. I hope it will give my player better support as well as help someone else whose using any of those players.

  25. Hi,

    I have an HTC Legend that says:
    Bus 002 Device 004: ID 0bb4:0ff9 High Tech Computer Corp.
    So different from the 0bb4:0c97 that is in the mpi file.

    Thought I’d let you know.

  26. Device name: C905
    Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson
    USB ID: 0fce:e0ef
    Music folders: /music
    Music formats: audio/mpeg

    This device acts as two drives: « phone » and « phone card » – usually the card is bigger than the internal memory and should be used for MP3. I don’t know what information you need to implement that correctly…

  27. Android 2.1 phone

    Device Name: vodafone 845 aka Huawei U8120
    Manufacturer: Huawei
    USB ID 12d1:1035
    Music Folder: /Music
    Music Formats: .MP3, maybe others not tried them
    Playlists Formats: .m3u

  28. Device Name: LG Optimus S
    Manufacturer: LG
    USB ID: 1004:61cc LG Electronics, Inc.
    Music Folder: ? seems like it could be anything, I’ve used /, /media,and others
    Music Formats: MP3, OGG, others?
    Playlist Formats: ? I don’t use playlists often…

      1. This phone is not known as X12, that is just an alternate name. The main name of the phone is Xperia arc. I had a lot of friends that have this phone and complained that Banshee didn’t recognized it and was showing X12 instead. I even filled a bug under Banshee to fix it.
        After being suggested to come to this page, I realize that X12 is an alternate name for the main name of the phone.
        I suggest you change the list appropriately so there aren’t any more misunderstandings.

  29. * Device name: Reality (SCH-u820)
    * Manufacturer: Samsung
    * USB ID: 04e8:68aa
    * Music folder: /my_music
    * Music formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA
    * Playlists folder: /my_music/Playlists
    * Playlists formats: .m3u (oddly encoded?)
    * Video folder: /my_videos (or /my_flix?)
    * Video formats: unsure

  30. Hello!

    Here’s one for the database…

    Device Name: SCH-R360
    Manufacturer: Samsung
    USB ID: (output from lsusb) Bus 003 Device 006: ID 05c6:1000 Qualcomm, Inc. Mass Storage Device
    Music Folder: /My_Music
    Music Formats: audio/x-ms-wma;audio/aac;audio/mpeg

    I have no idea about cover art formats or directories. Sorry.

    This phone is also known as the Freeform II.

    Many thanks for doing this!



  31. Product=GoGear Vibe 4Gb (Modelo SA2VBE)


    Je vous remercie pour votre excellent travail

  32. Device name: A60 (Android OS)
    Manufacturer: Branded as Micromax, but it is actually manufactured by ZTE
    USB ID: 19d2:ffe2
    Music folder: /Music on the SD card
    Music formats: mp3, not sure about the rest

  33. Device name: 6730_Classic
    Manufacturer: Nokia
    USB ID: 0421:023a
    Music folder(s): /Music
    Music formats: (.mp3, .wma, .aac, eAAC, eAAC+, MIDI, WAV)

    Playlists folder: don’t know… probably same as other Nokia S60 devices
    Playlists formats: don’t know…
    Cover folder: don’t know…
    Cover formats: don’t know…
    Video folder: /Videos
    Video formats: (resolution 320×240, file formats: .mp4, .3gp, RealVideo 8/9/10; codecs: H.263, H.264)

    Many thanks for your effort

  34. Device name: SA3RGA04 (GoGear Raga MP3 player
    Manufacturer: Philips
    USB ID: 0471:20e3
    Music folder(s): /Music
    Music formats: audio/MP3;audio/WAV;audio/WMA;audio/FLAC;audio/APE

    Playlists folder: /Playlists
    Playlists formats: No File Name Extensions???
    Cover folder: No Cover Folder
    Cover formats: No Cover Format
    Video folder: No Video Folder
    Video formats: No Video Formats

  35. Hello:
    Device name: Vivaz
    Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson
    USB ID: 0fce:e133
    Music folder(s): /Music
    Music formats: audio/mp3;audio/wav; audio/wma
    Video folder: /Videos
    Video formats: H.264

  36. Notion Ink Adam (Android tablet):

    # Device name: Adam
    # Manufacturer: Notion Ink
    # USB ID: 0955:7100
    # Music folder: /Music
    # Music formats: flac. ogg, mp3
    # Playlists folder: /Music/Playlists

  37. Few android mobile from banshee:

    Notionink Adam
    idVendor 0x0955 NVidia Corp.
    idProduct 0x7100

    Motorola atrix

    Samsung Galaxy Ace
    vendor id = 0x04e8
    product id = 0x689e

  38. Here a file I created for the Samsung Galaxy Ace, copied from the Samsung Galaxy S.

    Is there something to do to « reload » the file or make the system aware of it ?

    Product=Galaxy Ace




  39. Archos 43 Internet Tablet

    # Device name: A43
    # Manufacturer: Archos
    # USB ID: Bus 001 Device 010: ID 0e79:1417 Archos, Inc.
    # Music folders: /Music
    # Music formats: audio/mpeg;application/ogg;audio/ogg;audio/x-wav;audio/x-ms-wma;audio/x-flac;audio/aac;audio/x-aac
    # Playlist folder: /Music
    # Playlists formats: .m3u .pls .wpl
    # Video folder: /Videos
    # Video formats: MPEG-42 HD (up to 720p, 30 fps@6Mbps), MPEG-42 (ASP@L5 AVI, up to DVD resolution, 30 fps@8Mbps), H.264 HD (HP@L3.1 up to 720p, 30 fps@5Mbps), M-JPEG (Motion JPEG Video) in VGA resolution

    Very similar to the A32

  40. Device name: SLVR L9
    Manufacturer: Motorola
    USB ID: 22b8:4810 Motorola PCS Triplet GSM Phone (storage)
    Music folder(s): e.g. /mobile/audio
    Music formats: e.g. MPEG 1 Audio, Layer 3 (MP3)

  41. # Device name: N950
    # Manufacturer: Nokia
    # USB ID: Bus 002 Device 006: ID 0421:03d1 Nokia Mobile Phones
    # Music folders: /Music
    # Music formats: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA/FLAC player
    # Playlist folder: /Music
    # Playlists formats: .m3u .pls .wpl
    # Video folder: /Movies
    # Video formats: MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player

    Can you add it please? Thanks 🙂

  42. Device name: N9
    Manufacturer: Nokia
    USB ID: Bus 002 Device 006: ID 0421:0518 Nokia Mobile Phones
    Music folders: /Music
    Music formats: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA/FLAC
    Video folder: /Movies
    Video formats: MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV

    The audio spec from the producer says:
    MPEG-4 AAC , eAAC, eAAC+, MPEG-1 audio Layer2 (MP2), MPEG-1 audio Layer3 (MP3), WMA 9, WMA Voice 9, WMA Lossless 9, WMA Professional 9 and 10, Dolby Digital Plus (AC-3 & E-AC-3), FLAC

    The video format spec says:
    H.263, MPEG4-SP & ASP, H.264 BP/MP, WMV9 / VC-1 and Mkv (Matroska)

    The playlist options are probably the same as N950 in the comment above

    It also has a picture of itself at /.icon.ico

    I cannot see any covers directory, but the included music files had cover art integrated in the id3 it seems.

  43. It seems there is a problem, I own an Xperia Arc phone. When plugged Banshee recognizes the phone as an Xperia X12. Nobody calls this phone X12 anymore, it was a code name; the same as Anzu another code name for the Arc. Nowadays it’s called everywhere in the world Xperia arc.

    Here’s the GSM arena page of the phone where you can clearly see the name is Xperia arc, noting that at the top of the description the other names are shown but they are not the main name.

    The wikipedia page for this phone is also under « Arc » where is it shown that it’s also known as X12, but nobody calls the phone like that, it’s arc and not X12

  44. And also please add Samsung Galaxy Gio.

    Minimal informations

    * Device name: Galaxy Gio OR GT-S5660
    * Manufacturer: Samsung
    * USB ID: 04e8:689e
    * Music folder(s): e.g. /Music (doesn’t matter for Android)
    * Music formats: mp3, wma, flac, m4a (depends on used player application)

    Additional informations (optional)

    * Video folder: e.g. /Videos (again, media scanner scans each directory)
    * Video formats: e.g. w=320, h=480; codecs: 3gp, wmv, mp4 etc. (depends on video player used)

  45. One more device in the Acer Liquid family.





  46. Device name: Galaxy Nexus
    Manufacturer: Samsung
    USB ID: 04e8:685c
    Music folder(s): /Music
    Music formats: MP3, WAV, eAAC+, AC3, Vorbis, FLAC
    Playlists folder: /Playlists
    Playlists formats: Unsure, I’m sorry but I’ve not tested this.
    Video folder: /Movies
    Video formats: MP4, H.264, H.263, WebM

  47. Minimal informations:
    Device name: NWZ-A818
    Manufacturer: Sony
    USB ID: 054c:0325
    Music folder(s): MUSIC/ (case sensitive)
    Music formats: output_formats=audio/mpeg,audio/x-aac,audio/x-ms-wma,video/mpeg,video/mp4

    Additional informations:
    Playlists extensions: .m3u, .pla, …

    Perfectly detected by Rhythmbox, but not by Banshee in Ubuntu 11.10.

  48. Thanks in advance!

    Device name: Galaxy Mini S5570
    Manufacturer: Samsung
    USB ID: 04e8:681d
    Music formats: MP3/AMR/AAC/AAC+/e-AAC+/WMA/WAV/OGG/MID
    Video formats: MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263

  49. Device name: C7-00
    Manufacturer: Nokia
    USB ID: ID 0421:03c0 Nokia Mobile Phones
    Music folder(s): /Music
    Music formats: FR, MIDI, EFR, AAC, AMR-WB, HE AAC V2, Moblie XMF, MP3, True tones, WAV, WMA

    Thank you for your work!

  50. Information for the Sony Ericsson XPERIA mini (without pro or X10). Has the same features as the mini pro, so I copied the information and added the changed usb device identifier

    Product=Xperia mini
    Vendor=Sony Ericsson




  51. android device:
    Device name: galaxy nexus
    Manufacturer: Samsung
    USB ID: 04e8:685c
    Music folder(s): /Music
    Music formats: audio/mpeg;audio/mp4;audio/aac

  52. How can I know if it is MTS or not?
    I’ll post the info anyway

    Device name: Lg Optimus 3
    Manufacturer: LG Electronics inc.
    USB ID: 1004:61c
    Music folder(s): /media/audio
    Music formats: i don’t know, i only use MP3

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