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OK here are all the steps to get this to work. I had problems with all responses I found online, bits and pieces everywhere without any certain order and no single working solution, (running Android Studio, Jmonkey 3D, and Ubuntu 14.04) If adb devices shows android device as ????????? (no permissions) follow these instructions: 1) create file ...


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Finally I got one answer that How I can connect my Mi 4 phone in debug mode. Simply tap 7 times on MIUI Version in about phone and you will enable developer mode. Now you can find developer option in Additional Settings. I also find a way to copy file/folder in SDCard. I connect my phone in photos mode and copy more than 1.3 GB data. But still fighting ...


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OpenJDK is more Open and thus also better to debug, fix and configure. It tends to be a bit slower though. Incompatibilities should not arise (anymore) - Android itself can be built using the OpenJDK.


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I think that it depends on what you are going to be doing. There are probably some compatibility issues for random features. I have not ran into any myself but you may be better off using the JDK from Oracle. Webupd8[1] does a great job distributing the JDK via a PPA which makes it pretty easy to install on Ubuntu. ...


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here is a clear guide to create a Wi-Fi hotspot detectable by any Android phone on a Ubuntu 14.04 using the Network Manager and a minor hack: Click on Network manager -> Create new Wi-Fi network sudo nano the newly created file /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/yourWifiNetworkName change the mode line to: mode=ap Thats all! From now on you can ...


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There are quite a selection of Android remote controls for a popular music players running on Ubuntu. Rhythmbox Remotebox on Google Play Rhythmote for download from the project's homepage VLC See list of remote application maintained by Videolan XBMC/Kodi Official remote application Kore from Google Play The remote applications vary ...


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Does the manifest file of your project allow network access? You need to have the following entry in AndroidManifest.xml to enable network access from your app: <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" /> For details please have a look at: http://developer.android.com/training/basics/network-ops/connecting.html If you have an ...


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To start an instance of the emulator from the command line, navigate to the tools/ folder of the SDK. Enter emulator command like this: emulator -avd <avd_name> [<options>] you can add your avd name in place of <avd_name> and the -force-32bit in place of [<options>] Read docs here and here to understand more about controlling ...


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according to this article it's not such a good idea. Not all Meizu devices are unlocked, and even if they do, they have a different partition table scheme.


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I had the same problem with my HTC One M8 and solved it using a solution provided here: Stack Overflow: Unable to mount SAMSUNG_Android in UBUNTU Thanks to Sven Attention: It could be, that you need to enable the "usb debugging", to see the device by "lsub". This can be done like this: Android 2.3 - Gingerbread: Settings > Applications > Development > USB ...


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Okay, it won't show up on the command line but it should show up in nautilus or thunar in Ubuntu versions >=14.04. However, you may need to install some MTP stuff before Ubuntu will recognize the device. First run the following commands to install a few libraries and packages: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gvfs-backends mtpfs jmtpfs ...


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You can connect both the devices to the same network and transfer files via SSH. On Ubuntu, install openssh-server. On your phone, install JuiceSSH. Then use scp to copy files.


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Yes, there's a program, I heard something about that, as I know it's airdroid, check it on by clicking here.


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Galaxy S3 is not officially supported by Ubuntu touch but, there is a ROM available you can flash via clockworkmod. i9300 Ubuntu wiki i9300 Ubuntu XDA Rom download link However, this ROM is discontinued since 2013, and according to the XDA page: "No GSM/Phone calls". So, try at your own risk.


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Short answer: You need to run it via the 'studio.sh', every time, as that is the startup script. Long answer: It will not truly 'install'. It is kind of an annoyance for first time users, but it is truly a stand-alone package, it will drop the SDK in your '/home' and you need the 'android-studio' and 'jdk1.8.0_45' folders at a fixed location. First, you ...


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It is probably in /opt/ That said, in Linux the default install location for third party packages is not well defined (unlike Windows where it is always Program Files). Unfortunately, it is wherever you told the installer package to put it. Stuff like Android Studio tends to choose /opt/ though. Good luck!


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Android phones uses different idProduct for each mode. Check the ones related to USB Debug mode using: Run: tail -f /var/log/kern.log Change modes from phone and record idProduct's Example, mine: MTP, idVendor=0bb4, idProduct=2008 PTP, idVendor=0bb4, idProduct=200b MTP+Debug, idVendor=0bb4, idProduct=0c02 PTP+Debug, idVendor=0bb4, idProduct=200c ...


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1.Go to bluetooth settings; 2.Turn on visibility and bluetooth; 3.Click on "+" to add a new device; After that go to sound settings. 1.In output tab you will be able to find audio devices, and you will be allowed to select which audio device you want to use.


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I had same problem while configuring Android Studio. I tried following command in terminal. sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0 lib32stdc++6 If that doesn't helps make sure that "adb" in "AndroidStudioSdk/platform-tools/" folder is executable. If its executables permission are not set than set it with following command. chmod uog+x ...


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My googling (because I'm interested in the possibility of this, too!) came up with Miraclecast. Good luck!


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Contrary to popular belief (probably originated when most devices had just a single interface) drivers are needed not for the devices but for the interfaces. And fortunately most interfaces available on Android devices do not require any drivers. But you may need an application to handle proper protocol like MTP or adb


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Ahhh... After a bit of messing around I found what was wrong: It was the API version that was giving me the error. I just kept clicking around until it showed none!


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Did you happen to try to install Android Studio using this?: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-make I haven't had any problems with that method so I would suggest using it.


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Android does not support by default ad-hoc wifi network. For that to work, you need to install some third party app/utility that require most of the time that the android device is rooted. So another option is to create a (software) AP (Access Point) on Ubuntu. But for that you need that your wifi card support it at the driver level. And few card support ...


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There are 3 ways to create wifi hotspot in Ubuntu: Using Ap-hotspot, an open-source app from github Using KDE connection editor Using Unity’s Default Network Manager with a little hack Using Unity’s Default Network Manager with a little hack Disable WIFI and plug in an internet cable to your laptop so that your Ubuntu is connect to a wired internet and ...


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Set mode from MTP to PTP. I had the same problem.


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This happens to me sometimes with certain devices. Here's what I find works: Step 1: Find the Vendor ID You can do this by typing lsusb. My output is something like this: Bus 002 Device 097: ID abc1:1234 Fictional Company, Ltd. In this case, abc1 is the Vendor ID. Step 2: Create an adb_usb.ini file Run the following echo "0x<your device's Vendor ...



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