Am Mittwoch, 10. Mai 2017, 13:48:53 CEST schrieb Dennis Gallien:
Regrettably, I have to report that apparently
libgphoto2 is again not
working with the iPhone 6S, or perhaps more accurately stated, the recent
update to iOS 10.3. As before, the phone is recognized and the
store_interface folder is loaded, but the DCIM folder is not seen.
You mean "store_feedface"? This folder is shown if the iPhone is not unlocked.
And ObsidianParis from github and me verified that the fix works with iOS
I had been successfully using the interim version
provided by Jan. Then I
updated libgphoto2 from the Main Update Repository to version 2.5.13-2.3.1
shortly following its release in mid-April. A week or two later iOS 10.3
was released. I had not tried to upload photos after the new libgphoto2
release but before the iOS 10.3 update so I can't say whether Jan's version
would have worked with 10.3 or not. Jan's version is no longer available,
so I can't go back to test it.
I removed my repository in March because there was (and still is) an
officially fixed libgphoto2-6 version in
Someone on the opensuse-de mailing list confirmed that it works since
However, since libgphoto2-6 2.5.13 you have installed contains the fix, it is
very odd that it does not work anymore.
From the other messages in the previous thread on
this, it appears there has
been an on-going problem with iOS updates. Likely that this has occurred
I just tested it with libgphoto2-2.5.13-183.1 from the above mentioned
graphics repository and iOS 10.3.1: I can still access my photos after
unlocking the phone.
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