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Verify from you Android settings that you have the USB mass storage mode enabled. Mine are in "settings" -> "wireless and networks" -> "USB utilities" -> "connect storage to PC".

Then plug in to your PC. I'm not sure if your Rhel 6.3 will automount it nor where it mounts it if does, but if did mount it, it's probably to /media and you can always check it with:

mount

and look for recent additions. if it didn't mount it, you should find the device from:

dmesg | tail

and look for /dev/sdX# where X is from a-z and # is a number usually between 1 and 4. mount it with something like:

mkdir /tmp/adev sudo mount /dev/sdX# /tmp/adev

notice that, it may appear as two devices, one for internal sdcard and one for external, depending on your device, which I'm not familiar with.

Verify from you Android settings that you have the USB mass storage mode enabled. Mine are in "settings" -> "wireless and networks" -> "USB utilities" -> "connect storage to PC".

Then plug in to your PC. I'm not sure if your Rhel 6.3 will automount it nor where it mounts it if does, but if did mount it, it's probably to /media and you can always check it with:

mount

and look for recent additions. if it didn't mount it, you should find the device from:

dmesg | tail

and look for /dev/sdX# where X is from a-z and # is a number usually between 1 and 4. mount it with something like:

mkdir /tmp/adev /tmp/adev

sudo mount /dev/sdX# /tmp/adev

notice that, it may appear as two devices, one for internal sdcard and one for external, depending on your device, which I'm not familiar with.