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peyo-hd's answer is correct!!! I faced the same issue today. And I fixed it by doing the flowing steps. Open grub2 default config sudo vim /etc/default/grub Comment out the two lines and set a proper timeout # GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0 # GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=true GRUB_TIMEOUT=10 Update grub sudo update-grub2 Reboot and select the older kernel


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As part of solution: 1) Check that you can get adb version by typing adb version in console. 1.1) Check that you are using same adb in eclipse and in console if #1 is working. Type which adb in console and compare path to adb with path to adb in Eclipse. 2) Open AVD manager and check that android tools are installed. 3) Check path 4) Check that adb ...


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On Ubuntu Touch 15.04 r4 I was able to enable SSH following this elegant method using good old netcat. Now it is possible to reboot the device remotely with just ssh phablet@PHONEIP sudo reboot


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There are several solutions corresponding to your problems. The correct SDK and tools are not installed. For this you need to go to the location where you have downloaded Android-SDK and start the android.sh. Then download required platform/build tools along with required files for any API. SDK tool is not getting execution rights. To solve this problem, ...


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It seems kernel 3.13.0-59-generic caused this issue. Downgrading to 3.13.0-57-generic fixed it.


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Try to use gigolo to mount the device. or You can try to use mtp type: fusermount -u /media/mtpdevice/ mount | grep mtpfs


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I added this line to the bottom of my .bashrc and it works. export PATH=/home/[myusername]/android-sdk-linux/platform-tools:$PATH I don't understand the PATH=${PATH} syntax in your example, so I can't comment on whether it's correct or not, but you could try the syntax I used.


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I had same problem and in the end it was a BIOS issue. The problem is that you have disabled the virtualization option. To solve it, you have to enter BIOS setup and activate this option.


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You can dd only from a device or a file not from a directory. Also this will likely fail because you use MTP. MTP is a layer above the filesystem that expose only files. It's a protocol not a true filesystem. But even with a filesystem this will not work. You need to do that on the device. The general example is sudo dd if=/dev/mydevice of=mydump.bin ...


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Yes. But one does not simply "flash a ROM" from USB, but parts or more specifically images. These will be system.img, recovery.img and so on. Install fastboot: $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot Then simply, reboot to fastboot and do: $ sudo fastboot flash system system.img


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The adb and fastboot tools that come with the Android SDK are in the repository: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot To flash the images, connect the device to the machine, enable USB debugging and reboot the device into the bootloader by running adb reboot bootloader. Then flash the images using ...


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This has been asked before for IntelliJ. Since Android Studio is the same in this context I will link to the answer and copy it here. http://askubuntu.com/a/272336/72597 Snippet from linked answer [Old Answer] Download IntelliJ IDEA CE from [www.jetbrains.com/idea/download/][3]. Extract ideaIC-XX.Y.Z.tar.gz using tar -zxvf ideaIC-XX.Y.Z.tar.gz Become ...


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I had the same problem with Android Studio on Ubuntu 14.04. Since Android Studio is a customized version of IntelliJ IDEA, I searched for similar problems with creating a Launcher entry for IDEA on Stack Overflow and I found this question: Intellij launcher doesn't work on unity? Two of the answers to that question mention that the Launcher entry doesn't ...


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Maybe a Dualboot configuration works for you. According to this (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/DualBootInstallation) guide you need to unlock your bootloader. I am not sure, how this affects your warranty. The statement quoted by @TrevorClarke talks only about removing the original OS (which should be kept when using a dual boot).


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Here's how I do it: Install google chrome or chromium on Ubuntu. Install Pushbullet Chrome extension Install Pushbullet on Android from Play Store Allow chrome on your PC to run in background (this is the default setting btw) Enable universal copy paste (big giant option on Pushbullet app) And voila, this will sync clipboard across all your devices on ...


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There's a Gnome Shell alternative to KDE Connect which is called DeskCon


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Run the following command to list the location or locations of all files named "idea.sh": sudo find / -name idea.sh


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You should not start eclipse with sudo. Make sure that you follow instruction on Android Developer Tools. Also, make notice: Important: Support for the Android Developer Tools (ADT) in Eclipse is ending, per our announcement. You should migrate your app development projects to Android Studio as soon as possible. For more information on transitioning to ...


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there was a huge bug from eclipse causing it to crash from 13.10 It is still unresolved so it may affect you. Known issue in kubuntu Try to change the GTK2 theme from oxygen to Raleigh if u have oxygen. alternatively try the following to disable just for éclipse: $ GTK2_RC_FILES=/usr/share/themes/Raleigh/gtk-2.0/gtkrc ...


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Another way to install Android Studio is through ubuntu-make. Add the Ubuntu Make ppa: $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make $ sudo apt-get update Install Ubuntu Make: $ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make Install Android Studio: $ umake android For further information see Ubuntu wiki.


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May be you have not made the script executable. So open a terminal and go to Documents/android-studio/bin: cd `~/Documents/android-studio/bin and make the studio.sh file executable by: sudo chmod +x studio.sh after pressing Enter, you will be prompt for root password, after entering password, hit Enter. Then type the below command and hit Enter ...


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To David: Android 5. No MTP (unless thats linked to the android version). Have tried installing LIBMTP etc. No go!


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Recent versions of Vino (the VNC server you are likely using in Ubuntu) require encryption by default, that unfortunately, virtually nothing else provides! This page is one place that will tell you about it and how to fix it. Basically, you're just turning off the "require-encryption" option in Vino.


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Install emulator, or search in google how to do that, but, I was do that, install fb.apk on KALI linux, not ubuntu, with WINE :P


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its actually not possible to run the APK file on an Ubuntu PC as Ubuntu will not be able to read it. The best among many things is to install an Android virtual machine and run the APK.


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yes for sure! you just have to enable it in your android settings: if you got troubles or want more clients to use this connection, you can also establish a WiFi-hotspot in the same menu (as highlighted in the picture).


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Yes, Android's USB tethering shows up as an USB RNDIS device, which has been supported in the Linux kernel for several years.


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I don't think that Samsung allows third party-software to access the S Memo notes in your Samsung account. Samsung uses the word "synchronize" to mean "back up to our servers in case you need them on another phone". There is a newer app called S Note (not sure if that is available to you) which does have a Windows counterpart, and lets you access the ...


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Simple answer: That's unlikely going to happen in the near future. (~10 years) More elaborate answer: You're asking for "Simply an environment like Wine" or to quote A.H. Weiler: "Nothing is impossible for the man who doesn't have to do it himself …" What you're asking for is not impossible but a nicely coloured square with lots of even more nicely ...


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Close Android Studio and kill all processes using port 5037 sudo lsof -i | grep 5037 sudo kill [PID_NUMBER] open Android Studio


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Turns out it's either a problem with the device's hardware or it could be Android 5.1.1, since two other android devices that I have (a phone and a tablet) appear when connected and can be interacted with no problem. I tested multiple USB cables, multiple USB ports, Ubuntu 15.04 and Windows 8.1 (on a couple of different systems) and nothing worked. I even ...


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You are missing the kernel for Ubuntu Vivid. Probably it was remove by accident. So here are the steps. # Install latest kernel $ sudo apt-get install linux-generic # Restart your machine ... # Recompile the kernel module for Virtualbox $ sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup I had the same problem after trying to install Virtualbox 5.0 on Ubuntu 15.04 and I ...


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The key is in /etc/profile and to remove double quotation try putting your environment variable in /etc/profile then make a reboot for your computer export PATH=${PATH}:~/android-sdk-linux without double quotations


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I save files on my Ubuntu machine. Then I connect to it using sftp from within the ES File Explorer application for Android. I made a bookmark to the Ubuntu directory on my Android desktop and can access it very conveniently.


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Well its working now, i just had to update the ubuntu :-) running this command: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade Thank you all for your responses..:-)


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I ran into a similar problem using 14.04. After a few days of tinkering I finally gave up and switched to the genymotion simulator. Everything worked perfectly after that. genymotion


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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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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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