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You can open Android Studio, click on Configure -> Create Desktop Entry. This should create an entry on the dash.


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This is now packaged as an indicator for 14.04, named kdeconnect. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:vikoadi/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install kdeconnect indicator-kdeconnect http://vikoadi.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/kde-connect-indicator.html


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KeepassX is a frontend for Keepass and there are various Keepass apps for Android. You can put the Keepass database on Dropbox or a similar online storage to share it between platforms.


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There are several password managing softwares/services out there. FOSS and Offline KeePass KeepassX (a Contributed/Unofficial KeePass Port) Subscription based: LastPass I personally use keepass and sync it using Dropbox and USB. But You can use Lastpass to avoid the hassle of syncing the database files.


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I would suggest to check the installation directory for a readme or an uninstall script but in general: do what you did to install it in reverse order and delete everything you added as a setting or as a file on your system related to that installation. Installations done with a tar file are mosttimes uninstalled with the rm command. You go to the ...


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To "uninstall" this just delete the folder. I think your problem is that you unzipped it to unfit folder - either you have no launch permissions for it, or it has space and rare symbols in path, or something. It should just work, you know.


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The drive in which I had pasted the ADT bundle was formatted in NTFS format so for the file to work , I had to use it from the drive which was formatted in ext4 format i.e. the home directory



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