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This has already been answered here and therefore is a possible duplicate How to install Google chrome for Ubuntu- touch?. There answer here, was that Google has not made Chrome available for Ubuntu.


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Well the answer is you cant , cause it is not supported for neither your device nor any ubuntu phone. And by the way you cant install 64bit package in a arm system.Sorry for that! I tried that ARC welder in Google Chrome but all in vain it never works flawlessly , developers have to work more upon it!If you are trying to run some android app , give a shot ...


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"send anywhere" works with folders. it provide deb package and works well in ubuntu.


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Seems there are more and more developers entering this domain. http://www.shashlik.io/, What is Shashlik The goal of Shashlik is to provide a way to run Android applications on a standard Linux desktop as easily and simply as possible. can run android apps, on Ubuntu. It's not stable, and not all apps work, but it seems promising. P.S. I had to sudo ...


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Backup everything in /home/phablet. This will backup all user data and program settings. You will however need to reinstall your programs after a factory reset. But once you restore that folder, any programs installed will have the same settings as before. Don't forget to backup all hidden folders as well, such as /home/phablet/.config


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To list all functions, you can use compgen -A function, but a bunch of them are autocomplete functions that programs use internally, and a user would never use. They all start with an underscore, so to ignore them, do: compgen -A function | grep -v "^_" To see the function's definition, use type $function_name. type can also tell you where a given binary/...


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Is there a "list" of everything I can call at the terminal that is dynamic and adapts to the current set of packages/binaries/functions currently installed? Yes! If you're using bash as your shell (which I assume as it is the standard shell) you can press TAB twice which will give you a complete list of commands you can run (beware that it can be quite ...


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Yes, a RAM upgrade will always improve performance, especially in your case, where opening multiple large applications slows things down, which is an indication of insufficient memory. You can also check how much memory is in use / available with the System Monitor tool. I'd recommend upgrading to as much RAM as possible (4GB), since Android studio needs a ...


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You can try DroidCam https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dev47apps.droidcam, but in the long run it's probably best to buy an external Webcam.


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Run these commands in your terminal sudo apt-add-repository ppa:paolorotolo/android-studio sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install android-studio After it's isntalled run it by typing studio in Dash (Search)


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It was a permission related issue only. Got it installing the packages by using sudo and providing the full path to android as /path/to/sdk/rootfolder/tools/android.


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It was possibly a bad cable connecting the phone to the PC. With a different cable and latest Ubuntu 16.04 software, I am able to connect the phone with the PC and access the phone from Android Studio.


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========================================================================== CONCLUSION: The problem was on the mtpfs, when I change it with jmtpfs my problem has been resolved. The solution came from this guide which apparently is in German, but don't worry just follow the commands. If you can't compile the jmtpfs just run the folloing command on the ...


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The simplest possible solution is HTTP in combination with an Android video player that can do HTTP streaming, such as VLC, MxPlayer, etc - just use any of the many available HTTP servers. Here are some one liners. Python 2.x $ python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000 Python 3.x $ python -m http.server 8000 Twisted (Python) $ twistd -n web -p 8000 --path . ...


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I fixed this problem. I use AS 2.1 and JDK1.7 while it required me to update JDK1.8 for some functions. I download the java setup file. Maybe I only installed jre but not jdk. so AS always warn me that "Please choose a valid JDK directory". So I guess the asker's problem same as me that you should install a JDK but not jre.


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This worked for me on Ubuntu 14.04: On the Android device, under Settings->Networking, select USB Configuration and change it from "Charging" to "MTP" (Media Transfer Protocol) No more pop-ups!



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