@RodMyers I installed the disk manager, but the phone nor the memory card doesn’t show up in it when I plug it in.
I’m thinking that if I would know where in the file system auto mount/USB-devices show, maybe I could access it that way?
@hardcodes I tried the command you provided and got this: (the USB connection was a temporarily a little loose)
Mar 23 11:02:52 kernel: ums0: <vendor 0x15ca USB Optical Mouse, class 0/0, rev 2.00/5.12, addr 2> on usbus2
Mar 23 11:02:52 kernel: ums0: 3 buttons and [XYZ] coordinates ID=0
Mar 23 11:07:32 /etc/init.d/bootmisc: WARNING: you are stopping a boot service
Mar 23 12:07:32 pkg: pc-diskmanager-201710171153 installed
Mar 23 11:11:26 kernel: pid 90854 (intel_backlight), uid 0: exited on signal 11
Mar 23 11:14:26 kernel: ugen0.2: <Nokia Nokia C2-01> at usbus0
Mar 23 11:14:33 kernel: ugen0.2: <Nokia Nokia C2-01> at usbus0 (disconnected)
Mar 23 11:14:43 kernel: ugen0.2: <Nokia Nokia C2-01> at usbus0
Mar 23 11:14:47 kernel: ugen0.2: <Nokia Nokia C2-01> at usbus0 (disconnected)
Mar 23 11:16:13 kernel: ugen0.2: <Nokia Nokia C2-01> at usbus0
I’m still thinking the same as in the initial post. In PC-BSD you where able to open a USB-device from terminal and if you can see the device from terminal, you should also be able to access it. I’m thinking of trying that mount command, but I before that I want to know where it may mount and/or show up. Any hint?