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You can now under Chrome run APKs, using this extension (bearing in mind it is in development for use by developers for testing apps). Here are some steps I did to get it to work Install from here - click 'Add to Chrome' This will take a while as it seems to download a crx installer weighing in at 113Mb, and another one at around 9Mb, so be patient: ...


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Try these commands: cd /home/drmohammed/workspace/android/android-sdk-linux/platform-tools/ ./adb install mobogenie_1028.apk ./adb 'installmobogenie_1028.apk' What was wrong? Needed to be cd. You weren't actually changing directory. You had no space after install and the path. It may have been causing an issue? You had an extra quote at the end, ...


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First go to the dash and search for "Network" and open the application: Once open it should show a window similar to this: From here click on the "Use a Hotspot..." button. Doing this will disconnect your wireless adapter from its current access point (if it has one) and start an Ad-Hoc Wireless Hotspot. The panel in the network panel should now have ...


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For anyone still wondering on this topic: the xrandr and x11vnc clip does work; to enable the mouse to get over there you need to use the panning argument to set the mouse tracking area: xrandr --fb 2560x1024 --output LVDS1 --panning 1280x1024+0+0/2560x1024+0+0 Then when running xvnc use: x11vnc -clip 1280x1024+1281+0 -nocursorshape -nocursorpos That ...


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The answer's a bit delayed, but still: The tools karel mentioned above are a local installations of Linux on the android device, though it might be technically incorrect to call them "full" installations. Both tools install a chrooted environment on the android device which in which the a common desktop Linux distro can be run "on top" of the Android OS. ...


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How to Run Android Apps on Linux To run Android apps on Linux through Chrome you will need, obviously, to install Chrome. Version 37 or higher is required. Honestly, if you’re going to be playing with a potentially unstable hack then you might as well download and install the unstable version of Google Chrome for Linux, too. Already got a version of Chrome ...


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Here is one data point for you: I use 51-android.rules on my Ubuntu 14.04 LTS system and it works great. I got this from the instructions on some blog post long ago when trying to connect to my tablet using adb (I succeeded). In other words, I do not know the provenance of the answer, but I can verify that it works. I can't see that it will hurt to try ...


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You can run android x86 on virtual box. Android x86 can also run as standalone operating system on x86 computers. Here is android x86 and VirtualBox



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