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There is an Android application named AirDroid . You can download it from the play store. By using it you can view your android's files in ubuntu using a web browser. Here is website.
There is a free application on the Google Play store called Software Data Cable: Once you've installed it, turn on your WiFi connection and launch the app. Tap on the "start service" button. It create a FTP server on the android device that let you connect from any computer by opening the resource: ftp://192.168.1.xxx:8888 where 192.168.1.xxx is the IP ...
Interesting question I upvoted it ;) I actually have an Android device and this message pops up all the time I connect my device but I don't pay any attention to it. There's a tweak workaround to play with is USB dubugging mode inside Android System Settings navigate to Applications/Development there you'll find USB debugging. When you connect your phone ...
First, the comments from @user68186 are totally right and you probably should do it in the right way. But to answer you: create a new group sudo groupadd androidStudio Now add your user and your sister user to this group sudo usermod -a -G androidStudio suryateja do same as above for your sister username. Now you should change the group ownership ...
I had the same problem and just solved it. I already had LibQt* files inside the genymotion folder. Then I deleted all the libQt* files from the folder. Now it works like a charm. The genymotion development team has also said to delete these files.
I think you can't access an IP of your LAN when using its global FQDN. You need to use its private IP adress.
To make it more interesting; You may indeed use AirDroid, which is an android App allows you to connect to your phone interface using a web UI. Airdroid Supported Instances Connecting via network (you have to be on the same network) Connecting via hotspot (device will create a network which is going to be the same network) Over the internet (you will need ...
Here are some answers to your questions that can hopefully get you on your way: Do applications have to undergo a reviewing process like Apple's appstore and the Ubuntu Software Center? When you upload an app to the Ubuntu Store, it is automatically review by the store. Here, apps can take 5 minutes to go from review to being published! This is ...
If you want to access the guest from outside the host you need to use "bridged adaptor". This will give an independent IP for the guest. Have a look at this useful post: How do I access Ubuntu server running in VirtualBox from outside
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