So, I got my Galaxy Nexus for Christmas. Unlocked the bootloader and rooted it right away. Now I am trying to copy files from my old Droid 1's SD card. So, I copied everything off of the SD Card onto my computer and then proceeded to copy files onto the Nexus using the MTP interface. Some of the things I have copied are available on the phone. For example, most of the pictures, and a video and some MP3 files that I didn't put onto Google's music service are all on the phone. I can see them with the File Manager app as well as accessing them through the Gallery/Music/Video players. I have a folder called Media, which has two sub folders Video and Audio. The Video folder has all of the files and sub-folders correct, but the Audio folder is messed up. In the MTP interface, the Media folder shows the Audio sub-folder and all of the folders and files underneath it. However, on the phone the Media folder has the Audio folder as 'audio' (note it is lower case and not upper case as it should be) and under 'audio' is only a 'notifications' folder, with only one file in it. I can also see this by using adb to access the shell. Any thoughts?