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Use "7z x *bin" as workaround as all r10c packages are 7z archive. To install 7z, do "sudo apt-get install p7zip-full" Found that from here: https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=78148


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You have to change 2 things: Change the first 'ATTR{idProduct}' to 'ATTR{idVendor}' in the 51-android.rules file. Run these commands from the terminal: sudo ./adb kill-server sudo ./adb start-server sudo ./adb devices


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You can use any version of Ubuntu as a Live USB. Use UNetbootin to make the USB bootable. Ubuntu 14.04 can be downloaded from here. You might want to have a look here for instructions to unbrick your phone (LG G2) using Ubuntu.


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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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Install AirDroid on your phone instead. With AirDroid, you can remotely access your phone or tablet‘s files, notifications, messages, camera, location and many other things on a computer, from anywhere. Works on Windows, Mac, Chromebook and Linux. It will give you more or less the same functionality as a PC suite.


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i have one great solution. you can start it with eclipse or netbeans. try : In Eclipse, click your Android project folder and then select Run > Run Configurations... In the left panel of the Run Configurations dialog, select your Android project run configuration or create a new configuration. Click the Target tab. In the Additional Emulator Command Line ...


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The website is listening on a port, usually 80, on you laptop. Assuming you can connect to "localhost" with a browser (on the laptop) and connect to the website, then all is well. Your laptop has an ip address, such as 192.168.0.100 for example. You should be able to use that address instead of localhost on your laptop, and you should also be able to use ...


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Have you bound your httpd/apache2 to the correct IP address for your WiFi connection? I know on my computer it defaults to my ethernet card and I must manually bind it to the IP address for my WiFi card. Make sure you've added Listen 192.168.X.X:80 to your apache2.conf or httpd.conf file using whatever the IP address for your WiFi card is. Older versions of ...


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How to share internet to other devices through wifi: I'll suggest you the method that worked for me and my friends. install kde-nm-connection manager. details on how to install & setup This should work. If not do as follows: disable the wifi driver from "Additional Drivers" in System Settings (skip to last step if there are no wifi drivers shown ...


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Open a web browser on your phone and navigate to your web page, using your internal ip address. For example "http://ip.of.your.web.server:80". Does that not work ?


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Have you tried using grub customizer? https://launchpad.net/~danielrichter2007/+archive/ubuntu/grub-customizer Try backing up your current custom settings, then remove them. Install grub customizer and see if it detects your android install. It worked for me when updating grub didn't detect an os I had installed on an external drive.


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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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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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YOU CAN And have several options to do it. Special emulator like those that come with Android SDK. Don't use ARM-based as they are sloooow. Generic virtual machine like VirtualBox with Android x86 installed. My recommend. Chrome. Recent versions of Google Chrome can run Android apps inside itself (never tried that, but people rate it high). Connect ...


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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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OpenVPN is a good way to go and there are plenty of tutorials on how to set this up. Just remember that Android and iOS only support the TUN interface and not TAP. You will understand once you start reading the tuts!


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You have to uninstall android-tools-adbd And then reboot


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Try what I did. Open preferences in Banshee and disable the Apple Products in the plugins section. As soon as I did that my GS4 showed up and I could sync to it. I'm not sure if it helped but as mentioned in another (much older) thread I created a file .is_audio_player on the root directory of my external sd card and the phone memory. I just used the free ES ...


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You can use Google Keep - it can be used to write notes, do lists and take photos. It has a App for android, which can be used offline, and includes a widget: You can then access it from Ubuntu and other computer using your Google Account: It also has a Google Chrome/Chromium app, which like the android app is usable offline, and syncs when online. ...


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Simples Im going to test this for a while looks promising and hopefully will work all the time!! setup simple note account install simple note on the droid install nvpy on ubuntu create a .nvpy.cfg in your home directory with the following information [nvpy] sn_username = your_simplenote_username sn_password = your_simplenote_password works great :)


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In Android, you will need to get root access, and edit /etc/hosts to new IP. However, the idiom "localhost=127.0.0.1" is so strong, that any sort of hell will break loose if you try to do this. May be it will even be ignored, and by localhost it will mean, well, local host. Can't you temporarily add some synonym to "localhost" on both machines?


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My Android device had the USB debugging on which seemed to be a problem, so I went to the developer settings and turned it off. The I replugged the USB cable and then a window appered which allowed me to turn on the USB storage. That made my Ubuntu 14.04 detect the Android device. I don't know if all the devices has this setting but it fixed my problem ...


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I have been using my Note 2 with KUbuntu for 2 years already. Sometimes it does not fire up on the first attempt and I have to reconnect the wire. However, I think it is KDE achievement, not ubuntu system's. May be you switch to KDE? Many things work better there. Anyway, here is a good workaround for you: if your linux PC is in the network with wi-fi ...


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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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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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You need few step: 1.unlock your bootloader 2.flash with custom kernel that support Ubuntu and root your device.(also you can flash ROM) 3.copy ubuntu img file in your sd card .(also you need to configure your Ubuntu by terminal) 4.install a vpn and connect Ubuntu. Your done! Requirements: dual core processor and 1GB ram minmum. The details of how to ...


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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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After searching a lot, I created a folder named 'android-sdk'(in my Eclipse directory) and inside that folder i created another as tools android-sdk |-tools and in Eclipse -> Window -> Preferences I entered this folders path in 'SDK Location' text box.



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