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Disclaimer: Rooting your Android device voids its warranty. You can however claim the warranty back by unrooting the device. I or the developer of this rooting tool is not responsible for any damage that your device might have to incur during this process. Proceed at your own risk. Open terminal(Ctrl + Alt + T) and enter(in terminal) adb(connect your phone ...


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Chrome to Phone is the official (Google) way to do it. Browser Extension Android App


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The error which was clearly shown is, Unable to mount MTP device. So your system fails to mount(open) this mtp device. Installing mtp-tools package will solve this error and makes your mtp device to get connected. sudo apt-get install mtp-tools


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WAMP is an acronym that stands for Windows Apache MySQL PHP. It is also often referred to as web-stack because the each part "stacks" on top of the previous one to create a complete system. The linux equivalent is a LAMP stack (yes, you guessed right! it stands for Linux Apache MySQL PHP). A good practice is to install the stack on a virtual machine (if ...


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To be able to access your miniDLNA sever we need the following in addition Make sure the ports for traffic are open (firewall and router). We may want to open SSDP traffic on port 1900 UDP for multicast service announcement. In addition we may need to also open port 8200 TCP for trivnet1. If in the same network we may not need to define a listening_ip.


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Use $HOME instead of ~ and put it on one line (and I took out the leading . that's a bad idea because someone could put something in your current directory and you'll run that first - for example sudo) - export PATH="$HOME/.android_os/adt-bundle-linux/sdk/platform-tools:$HOME/.android_os/adt-bundle-linux/sdk/tools:$PATH"


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This seems to have been answered on our Android sister-site by Chauncellor: Well, this took a long time. For future searchers, here's what you can do: Find your contacts2.db file hidden somewhere in Android. Most of the time it's located in /data/data/com.android.providers.contacts/databases. I was lucky and found it in a search through Titanium ...


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You can't see it because it is another localhost. To determine valid host's IP just ping your host's name from Android Emulator. ping mukund It should return you address like 192.168.X.Y or 10.0.X.Y. This is the correct address on which you should go with your browser. Also, ifconfig should show you the external (as it seems to AE) IP of your machine: ...



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