The last sentence (highlighted above) really has me confused. The Kindle works with KDE, which means the kio-mtp application, Dolphin, and Device Notifier are all working in harmony like they should. The Nexus doesn't work with MX-14/KDE, which indicates that the mtp libraries may not be up to date, however, the Nexus works on MX-14/xfce, which uses the exact same libraries. None of this makes any sense to me.Topher wrote:That was a typo on my part in answering you. I have tried all kinds of combinations on the Dolphin address bar.I think you left out the "/" between "mtp:" and "Nexus 10/", i.e., it should be "mtp:/Nexus 10/". Are you sure you entered the right path?
When I tried to use Konquerer it had a problem with the space between Nexus and 10. I am wondering if Dolphin also has that problem???
PS - I just tried my old Kindle reader and MX-KDe opened it up just fine.
The space between the Nexus and the 10 should not be a problem, because I can navigate to /Kindle/Internal storage/ which also has a space in the middle. You could try entering the whole path in quotes and see if that helps.