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There are quite a selection of Android remote controls for a popular music players running on Ubuntu. Rhythmbox Remotebox on Google Play Rhythmote for download from the project's homepage VLC See list of remote application maintained by Videolan XBMC/Kodi Official remote application Kore from Google Play The remote applications vary ...


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It seems kernel 3.13.0-59-generic caused this issue. Downgrading to 3.13.0-57-generic fixed it.


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There are several solutions corresponding to your problems. The correct SDK and tools are not installed. For this you need to go to the location where you have downloaded Android-SDK and start the android.sh. Then download required platform/build tools along with required files for any API. SDK tool is not getting execution rights. To solve this problem, ...


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Simple answer: That's unlikely going to happen in the near future. (~10 years) More elaborate answer: You're asking for "Simply an environment like Wine" or to quote A.H. Weiler: "Nothing is impossible for the man who doesn't have to do it himself …" What you're asking for is not impossible but a nicely coloured square with lots of even more nicely ...


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You are missing the kernel for Ubuntu Vivid. Probably it was remove by accident. So here are the steps. # Install latest kernel $ sudo apt-get install linux-generic # Restart your machine ... # Recompile the kernel module for Virtualbox $ sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup I had the same problem after trying to install Virtualbox 5.0 on Ubuntu 15.04 and I ...


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I don't think that Samsung allows third party-software to access the S Memo notes in your Samsung account. Samsung uses the word "synchronize" to mean "back up to our servers in case you need them on another phone". There is a newer app called S Note (not sure if that is available to you) which does have a Windows counterpart, and lets you access the ...


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Yes, Android's USB tethering shows up as an USB RNDIS device, which has been supported in the Linux kernel for several years.


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yes for sure! you just have to enable it in your android settings: if you got troubles or want more clients to use this connection, you can also establish a WiFi-hotspot in the same menu (as highlighted in the picture).


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Another way to install Android Studio is through ubuntu-make. Add the Ubuntu Make ppa: $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make $ sudo apt-get update Install Ubuntu Make: $ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make Install Android Studio: $ umake android For further information see Ubuntu wiki.


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The adb and fastboot tools that come with the Android SDK are in the repository: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot To flash the images, connect the device to the machine, enable USB debugging and reboot the device into the bootloader by running adb reboot bootloader. Then flash the images using ...


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Yes. But one does not simply "flash a ROM" from USB, but parts or more specifically images. These will be system.img, recovery.img and so on. Install fastboot: $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot Then simply, reboot to fastboot and do: $ sudo fastboot flash system system.img


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Try to use gigolo to mount the device. or You can try to use mtp type: fusermount -u /media/mtpdevice/ mount | grep mtpfs



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