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Duplicated here (but not recognized as duplicate by askubuntu.com): http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3878445/ubuntu-error-failed-to-create-the-sd-card


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Android SDK does have some requirements on the Ubuntu 64-bit base: adb sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libstdc++6:i386 aapt sudo apt-get install zlib1g:i386 http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3878445/ubuntu-error-failed-to-create-the-sd-card


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Emby-Server is great for that .. i can listen to my music, view photos, even watch tv because my server has a tuner connected .. the emby app is available in the google play store If you take a lot of photos and would like to save some space .. Syncthing is also a nice program that will sync any files on the phone you want when you are connected to your ...


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It was done by me. But I could not understand how. I have done the next steps, I created somehow the PAN connection for bluetooth interface and re that I done forwarding between Ethernet and bluetooth interfaces using pf. On Android devise you have to check the Internet access. Second time I could not repeat that.


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sorry guys, I did figure out the problem, it was the name of defconfig file,that what I did ex: I have at first this: anyname_defconfig, I renamed it to: bravo_defconfig. and the errors disappear. but also still there is a problem [the errors love me lol:(] this what i had : include/linux/kern_levels.h:10:18: note: in expansion of macro 'KERN_SOH' #define ...


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I managed to get pass through this. Apparently my fastboot was too old on my Ubuntu 14.04LTS. I downloaded the newest android SDK from it's website. Then I moved the fastboot from /usr/bin then placed the fastboot from the downloaded SDK to /usr/bin. mv /usr/bin/fastboot /usr/bin/fastboot1 ln -s /home/nayar/sdk/platform-tools/fastboot /usr/bin/fastboot


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Are you wanting to change your partition sizes (say shrinking your / partition then growing your /home partition)? If so use gparted which you can install by sudo apt-get install gparted && gparted If you are wanting to add another hard disk and move your data from /home to this drive, it's about the same. In gparted highlight the partition you ...


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Have you enabled the developer mode on the phone? If not go to the settings on the phone and touch, I am not sure what line to touch but I think the line that shows the build number. Touch that line 10 times. If it worked, the android shows you a message like "You are developer now." There is a new line at the bottom of the settings in the phone. Like ...


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You might want to check your firewall settings to see if the port is allowing the connection. I know this is an old post, but I just downloaded the clementine remote.


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Try umake: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make umake android --accept-license better for most development type stuff. Note: you must accept the license as above.


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First enable ADB over network on your android device by running Developer Options->ADB over network. On Ubuntu terminal, goto the folder where sdk platform tools are installed, for example (change <user> for your username): cd /home/<user>/Android/Sdk/platform-tools then run: ./adb connect <host>:<port> you will verify HOST ...


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1) Go to the installation dir, and fire it up with ./studio.sh 2-A) [For > v2.0] There is an option to add a shortcut in Android Studio's "main menu": 2-B) [For < v2.0] There is an option to add a shortcut in Android Studio's "main menu":


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@gregoiregentil: The suggested fix unfortunately does not work for me. I am running Kubuntu 14.04. My Pixel C is still not recognized as a fully functioning file sharing device. As Camera, yes, immediately, but not for MTP. Any further suggestion or did I overlook something? My Pixel C is not rooted. And sorry for replying like that. I would have written it ...


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From IRC channel ubuntu I got solution. Thanks , and .. According to them download the sdk on /home (~) and do the following stuff make the problem finished wget http://dl.google.com/android/android-sdk_r24.4.1-linux.tgz tar -xzf android-sdk_r24.4.1-linux.tgz cd android-sdk-linux && ./tools/android then my android sdk manager not shown any ...


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rsync backup for Android can be configured to sync in reverse, that is from a Linux host to Android device. And with the help from Llama one can configure the Android device to rsync automatically on specific conditions, e.g.: at 5 am, when the phone is connected to a specific Wi-Fi, and when it is charging.


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You cannot. Android is a different operating system.


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The issues gets solved when you provide [--accept-license Accept license without prompting] option umake android --accept-license


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The platform tools now only consist tools for 64 bit architecture. To fix this issue, you need to download platform-tools r23.0.1 which are for 32 bit architecture which can be found at Google's repository here. Once you download it, simply go to your Sdk folder and replace the content of platform-tools folder there with the content of downloaded ...


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Remember to run sudo udevadm trigger to get the changes applied (or reboot, but where's the fun in that). Instead of writing your own rules use https://github.com/M0Rf30/android-udev-rules Make sure you have the latest ADB version (1.0.35 102d0d1e73de-android). Earlier ones didn't work with USB-C for me.


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First sync with the grade files and then check the grade console for some errors. I had two applications aapt and zipalign being blocked by the ubuntu bash. You have to go to your SDK folders and check for the appropiate build-tools(for mine it was 23.0.2, you can find this in the grade console while file sync) and then mark the files as "Allow Executing ...


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Use the Android app Xserver XSDL, which you can install on your Android device from Play Store. There are plenty of videos and other stuff on exactly how to set it up and run it, which is pretty easy. It works very well and I was using cheap tablets as a touchscreen display for the Pi before the 7" dedicated Pi came along. Using an X-server app on Android ...


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I switched from source building to Prebuilt chromium and it fixed. Track the Prebuilt changes from Omni gerrit by typing: 'Prebuilt chromium cm'. This error is related to low memory (RAM). The one who has 8GB+ RAM, he/she don't need Prebuilt chromium :-)


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First boot your device up. Check if adb devices Lists your device, if it does then: adb reboot fastboot After it boots into fastboot, then: fastboot oem unlock Also, you'll have more luck getting these problems solved at https://xda-developers.com



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