$ udevadm info --query=all --path=/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1a.0/usb1/1-1
Maker : ZTE
Name : Score
access : storage
Audio Formats : 3g2, mid, mp3, mp4, qcp
playlist ... i don't know, contact me tell me how to figure it out, i'll get it for you
DCIM/Camera (jpg's and 3gp)
ejected and unmounted???
no max folder depth
Thanks! Committed to git:
I had to modify that rule in http://cgit.freedesktop.org/media-player-info/commit/?id=b34b650ef2 to fix bug 69389. Re-testing with that updated commit is appreciated!
To the original reporter: are you sure of your udev information ?
It seems to me that you pasted the information from the Intel internal USB instead of your media player. I'm thinking that because
- your udevadm info lacks ID_TYPE=disk
where an external HDD is treated as a media player
(mine) where my iPod is treated like a zte_score instead of an iPod
where a printer gets labelled as a zte_score.
- ZTE's vendor Id is 19d2 according to http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids
I find it surprising that udev matches the hub when connecting something on it, but I also find that vid/pid pair suspicious.
Reopening, if you'll allow me :)
Until we get an answer I removed the ZTE score from media-player-info.
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