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Your rom.zip is in Downloads, but you are pushing files from your home directory ( That is evident by looking at your prompt , where you have ~ before $. ) antonio@antonio-N150P-N210P-N220P:~$ adb push rom.zip /sdcard/ Do this: antonio@antonio-N150P-N210P-N220P:~$ adb push ~/Downloads/rom.zip /sdcard/


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In this link, we read that: You can use the Trademarks, in accordance with Canonical’s brand guidelines, with Canonical’s permission in writing. If you require a Trademark licence, please contact us (as set out below). You will require Canonical’s permission to use: (i) any mark ending with the letters UBUNTU or BUNTU which is sufficiently similar to the ...


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It looks like you edited this code snippet: if [ -d "$HOME/bin" ] ; then PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH" fi which is included in ~/.profile by default. The answer which lead you to do so is confusing IMNSHO. I'd suggest that you change that code back to what it looked like before, and instead add a new line underneath it: if [ -d "$HOME/bin" ] ; then ...


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Open Settings and go to Window Manager Tweaks. There you should see 6 tabs: Cycling, Focus, Accessibility, Workspaces, Placement, Compositor. Click on Cycling and un-check "Cycle through windows on all workspaces" if it's checked. Next go to the second tab Focus, you'll see 3 options for when a window raises itself (meaning the window wants focus), choose ...


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Probably not. While the Serval Project lies on top of the BATMAN protocol, it implements many features (such routing to phone numbers, etc) not in the BATMAN protocol. Also, the Serval Project is considering eventually moving away from the BATMAN protocol and using solely RFC922.


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I ran into the first problem of not finding stable manta. That's because it doesn't exist. You can search with ubuntu-flash-device query like this. > ubuntu-device-flash query --list-channels --device=manta ubuntu-touch/devel-proposed/ubuntu ubuntu-touch/devel/ubuntu ubuntu-touch/devel/krillin.en > You can also browse the server at ...


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Once you launch Android Studio, you should have a screen like this: Click on Configure and this will bring you here: Start the SDK Manager and then edit the Android SDK Location.


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A working solution for me with USB Cable on Kubuntu 15.10 & Android 4.2.2 on a Samsung S3 mini was following Requirements Android busybox app installed USB cable to your computer USB Debugging enabled on your android device (to be able to adb from your pc) Computer In your /etc/network/interfaces you need to have these two lines otherwise you'll ...


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If you have created the hot-spot correctly it should be able to use on a separate Windows computer & any mobile device! When I use my hot-spot (created on Ubuntu 14.04lts) My windows does not automatically detect it I must manually enter the "Hidden Networks" To see it & had to set it up in Windows "Network Settings" -> Create a network" This could ...


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you can install a ssh terminal app (or a scp GUI app) on Android phone, move to destination directory on Android and from there copy with something like this command: scp yourUsername@UbuntuHostnameOrIP:/path/to/your/files/filename . Silvia



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