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Notes: please use the first argument of the template to provide more detailed indications. (Discuss in Talk:Samsung Galaxy#)

Here are the steps to mount a Samsung Galaxy SII from command line:

From the smart phone: Go to settings > Wireless and network > USB utilities.

Click on the "Connect storage to PC" icon.

Now, Plug the cable into the phone and to the computer.

You will get a new screen that says "USB Connected". Click the "Connect USB storage" icon.

You will get a new colored andoid screen showing that the USB mass storage is active.

Su or sudo to root.

mount /dev/sdb /mnt/usb

You will now be able to transfer your files back and forth from command line.

reverse out your steps when you unmount.

If you have some troubles, install go-mtpfs from AUR. For more detail, check go-mtpfs.