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Target : Super Newbies IDE : Eclipse 1. Installing Java Runtime (JDK) and Eclipse IDE Search Software on Ubuntu and launch Ubuntu Software Center Search Java on Ubuntu Software Center and then install the OpenJDK Java Runtime. Search Eclipse on Ubuntu Software Center and then install it. If you have successfully installed eclipse and JDK, it ...


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Please follow this way: Android Studio->Tools->Create Desktop Entry Now, you should be able to see in your system menu.


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The short answer is "no." Strictly speaking, the Linux kernel provides little more than a direct interface to the hardware it is running on. There is an entire stack of additional Android-phone-specific APIs, programs, applications, etc. on which Android applications depend. Additionally, Android does not run on a generic Linux kernel, but instead runs on ...


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ap-hotspot uses hostapd to create wireless network I had problems creating hotspot using hostapd in Ubuntu 14.04 mainly because new version of hostapd in 14.04 default repository is buggy. You can solve this problem by downgrading hostapd in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to a previous version Uninstall buggy hostapd using apt-get: sudo apt-get remove hostapd Then ...


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Use lib32z1 - worked for me (Ubuntu 13.10). sudo apt-get install lib32z1


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I had the same problem this fixed it: sudo apt-get install mtpfs Once that's installed, plug in the phone to your computer. If nothing happens, on the phone go to Settings > Storage > Upper Right Corner (⋮) > USB Computer Connection > Media Device.


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I just ran into this on Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit. My solution was: sudo apt-get install -y libc6:i386 libgcc1:i386 libstdc++6:i386 libz1:i386 Based on the shared libraries required for the aapt tool: $ readelf -d android-sdk-linux/build-tools/20.0.0/aapt | grep -i shared 0x00000001 (NEEDED) Shared library: [librt.so.1] 0x00000001 ...


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The following are the steps in setting up android SDK on ubuntu 14.04: # ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ # apt-get update and upgrade # ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade # ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ # For development # ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ sudo apt-get install build-essential # ...


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You're getting this error because you are apparently running on a 32bit system and the Android emulator is designed to operate best in a 64 bit environment. The only real solution is to install a 64bit operating system. If your hardware doesn't support 64bit or you can't reinstall right now you can temporarily bypass the problem by passing -force-32bit ...


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This may seem to be a long answer, but I tried to explain every step as detailed as possible so nothing can go wrong. You can set this up in less than 5 minutes, even as a beginner. You'll need Java to use Eclipse, so install it first: Eclipse is an IDE. The Android ADT package is being bundled with the Eclipse IDE by default. You can also choose to use ...


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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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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 or click on mtp-tools


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I experienced this recently whilst playing around with Ubuntu Touch and Android linux containers (lxc). the symptom was my system would hang on the boot-up splash screen (after entering my LUKS passphrase). I fixed this by going into recovery mode and deleting /etc/ureadahead-touch.conf and doing a complete removal in Synaptic of android-tools-adb, ...


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Open up terminal in Ubuntu enter: sudo -i <your password> Now: fdisk -l and look for the the device/partition you have android x86 installed on, next: nano /etc/grub.d/40_custom you can add this to the bottom of your custom menu: menuentry "Android-x86" { set root='(hdX,X)' linux /android-4.4-RC2/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0 ...


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Totally normal behaviour. You should be able to write ATTRS{isProduct}="61f9|61a6" or ATTRS{idProduct}="61*"


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I'm using OpenJDK 7 with Android Studio and it works just fine. (I don't even have Oracle JDK installed at the moment.) On that screen that you are showing (Project Structure-->SKD Location) I have the following path for the JDK location: /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.7.0-openjdk-amd64.


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The correct command would be, cd Desktop/android OR cd ~/Desktop/android Please note that linux commands are case sensitive.


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It's really weird, but I solved the issue by closing Banshee Media Player that ran in the background. Turning it back on has resumed the problem.


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These two simple commands solved the problem for me: adb kill-server adb start-server Note that unlike semi-newbie's answer I don't need sudo.


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You just install jmtpfs (via sudo apt-get install jmtpfs). After connecting your phone via USB, enable the MTP file transfer on your phone and it will show up as USB device on your computer. You can then access the whole file system (and not only the pictures, as with PTP) of your Android device. This worked for me with (K)Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and my Motorola ...


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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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I've just packaged Android Studio for Ubuntu. You can install it from here: http://paolorotolo.github.io/android-studio/


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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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Genymotion (source of this answer; website also has some images on how this looks) is a complete set of tools that provides a virtual environment for Android. It can be very useful for developers, testers, salesman or even gamers. Genymotion is free for personal use. For full features, you need to buy a license. Features: OpenGL acceleration to achieve the ...


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Install VirtualBox Install virtualbox from the Ubuntu Software Center. download android sdk to run AVD Create a new Virtual Machine with the steps mentioned here. http://androvm.org/blog/blog/2012/11/14/androvm-configuration-tutorial/ download ur app and run ------------------OR-------------- (BEST=>)Try Genymotion runs with VBox/ Linux Its not really ...


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I'm not sure why Clementine doesn't find songs at first, but I can transfer musics anyway: Right click on a track and select "Copy to device...", it might take a while, but it works, at least it did for me (You'll see a progress indicator saying "Organising files..." under play controls). Btw my device is Nexus 4 with Android KitKat and I'm using ...


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If you followed the instructions on that page you overwrote Android with Ubuntu, so there is nothing to dual boot to. If you want to restore the backup of Android you made, there is a set of instructions linked from that page: http://developer.ubuntu.com/start/ubuntu-for-devices/reinstalling-android/ If you want to set up your device for dual boot, you ...


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Here's the steps involved to discover and pair a bluetooth headset: Case new device never seen to the computer before Hardware enable Bluetooth or plug in your Bluetooth dongle Enable Bluetooth from the Bluetooth indicator (which had appeared on the top panel) Put the headset in pairiging mode Choose Set Up New Device... Choose your device from ...


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I think the best way to manage your android from Ubuntu is to use AirDroid There are a lot of features, Manage your Android devices on the web, all over the air. No USB cable required. No driver installation required. Same WiFi network or Internet. Pure web app, works on Windows, Mac, Chromebook and Linux. Simply install AirDroid on your Android ...


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Try group plugdev rather than plugindev. Then restart udev: sudo udevadm control --reload-rules sudo service udev restart If this doesn't work find out where exactly your device is connected with lsusb. Then check the permissions: ls -l /dev/bus/usb/YOUR_USB_BUS_NO/ The fact that lsusb gave us: Bus 002 Device 004: ID 0bb4:0c03 HTC (High Tech Computer ...



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