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There are handful of android file transfer applications available for Linux. Android File Transfer is an MTP utility client to transfer data between Android and Linux. It is a clone of Android File Transfer which is available for Mac OS.
It is very simple and has very minimalistic easy to use user interface, this program is written in Qt. If you are having difficulty mounting your Android device then give this application a shot and you won't regret it "It just works".

Have you ever accidentally deleted photos or lost photos of SD Card from your android? That will be very frustrating if you lose your vital photos from the android phone you trust that much. Now let's guide you to recover it with few steps.
If you're ever in a situation where you need to show some content from your Android phone on your PC, what do you do? There are number of ways to mirror your Android phone onto your desktop, but none are as apparently easy (or snappy) as this one, since this method doesn't require any kind of application installed on your Android phone. All you'll need to do is connect one to the other over USB and it will automatically mirrored to Seven-Square application and in a few seconds, you should be able to control your phone with a keyboard and mouse.
Seven Square is written QT language, the aim of this application as official page says its "A tool used to view a mirror screen of your Android device on the PC, used for demonstration, debugging, and so on. even you can click on the mirror screen as you touch on the device panel."

KDE Connect allows your device to communicate between your Linux and Android/Blackberry devices. Using KDE Connect you can receive notifications of your phone directly to your Linux desktop, or use KDE Connect as remote control for your Linux desktop. KDE Connect uses secure communication protocol in order to provide these services over the network, and also allows developers to create plugins for KDE Connect on top of it. Right now there are KDE Connect clients available for Android and Blackberry devices, and soon it will be available for iPhone.
Indicator for KDE Connect is a tool to integrate the desktop with your smartphone, this indicator is aiming to bring those integration on any system using libappindicator.
LinConnect is a great project to display Android notification on a Linux desktop using LibNotify, it is written in python programming language. LinConnect runs as private server on a Wi-Fi network for the Linux desktop and Android client application which installs on Android device, Android pushes the notifications through the LinConnect-client application to the Linux desktop. There is another great feature available within in Android client application that you are free to choose apps to display notification using LinConnect client application (It works with almost all Android applications). This project is in active development, which means you may can face bugs, I haven't faced any problem with it yet.
Simply it stops you to check every notification on your Android phone, so you can decide that notification is important to check or not. It is also a very convenient way to get all kind of notifications on your Linux desktop like email, text message, now playing, and such others.
Install Android Studio in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty/13.10 Saucy/12.10 Quantal/12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 16/14/13/other Ubuntu derivatives

Android software development is the process by which new applications are created for the Android operating system. Applications are usually developed in the Java programming language using the Android Software Development Kit, but other development tools are available.
Android Studio is a new Android development environment based on IntelliJ IDEA. Similar to Eclipse with the ADT Plugin, Android Studio provides integrated Android developer tools for development and debugging.
Install GtkDroid Jelly Bean theme on Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal/Ubuntu 12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 13

NoobsLab user requested this theme. GtkDroid theme updated to Jelly Bean version and available for Gtk. This theme is for those guys who like android and want to feel android look to their Ubuntu. I checked this theme under Ubuntu 12.10 This theme has some bugs on Ubuntu 12.10, I just found a bug You can't see under selection while you select icons. Also it has theme for Gnome Shell 3.6 which almost looks white, it is up-to you, you can check that theme also under shell. This theme works perfect with Ubuntu 12.04.
Ubuntu jelly bean
Tested on Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal

jelly bean theme
Tested on Ubuntu 12.04 Precise

Install Malys-UniBlue Icons or Check icons collection
Also Download Black Wallpapers
You can use Gnome-tweak-tool or Ubuntu-Tweak to change themes.

To install GtkDroid Jelly Beans theme on Ubuntu/Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
That's it
Source: GtkDroid