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i have the same issue and after replace the microusb with new fresh one the problem solved altough channging the cable may solve it easier


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Actually I figured it out. Just created this sym link sudo ln -s ~/android-studio/bin/studio.sh /usr/local/bin/studio Now typing the word studio would launch Android Studio from anywhere on the file system.


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These are default locations as of Android Studio 1.0.2 and it is possible to change them by editing ..../android-studio/bin/idea.properties. Delete the android-studio folder; Delete the sdk folder if it is in not inside the android-studio directory; Delete ~/.AndroidStudio, which contains config and system; Delete ~/.android; Delete ...


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The directory contains a file called android, so presumably what they mean is run ./android sdk (unless . happens to part of your PATH). Also see: How to add a directory to my path?, so that you don't need to navigate there and run ./android.


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If you are facing problem with oracle-java installation from ppa, you can install openjdk-7-jdk from Ubuntu official repo. First remove all instance of oracle-java* sudo apt-get purge oracle-java* After it execute sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk You can also download and install the latest JDK from Oracle site. Download it from ...


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You are using 64-bit Ubuntu You can try this to install 32 lib to run 32bit app in ubuntu 64bit sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0


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Press Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal and then type sudo nautilus Yhis will open the file manager with root access


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Go to XDA Developer Forums for Android specific questions. Search for your device there and you'll be able to see all the custom ROM's built for your phone.


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Hang with QEMU emulation provided by Android SDK, this is the most original and most naive way to do Android emulation ob Linux. Play with Genymotion, but you would need VirtualBox.


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look for some android emulators


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Ctrl+Alt+T Change directory: cd /etc/lightdm Make backup for the current configuration: sudo cp unity-greeter.conf unity-greeter.conf.bak Edit unity-greeter configuration file: gksu gedit /etc/lightdm/unity-greeter.conf OR sudo nano /etc/lightdm/unity-greeter.conf You will see presumably there: # # background = Background file to use, either ...


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-just a quick heads up! Genymotion will NOT work with the standard open-source drivers! (not properly anyway!) You need to install the proprietary graphic card drivers. For example; under Additional Drivers in Ubuntu, you will find all available/compatiblie drivers, both open and closed Good Luck!


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For adb you have to install android-tools package. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb and if you wants the fastboot: sudo apt-get install android-tools-fastboot


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I have a simple way, Try connect your phone with PTP and Shotwell Photo Manager has auto copy picture and videos to your computer. There are more photo management in Linux, just Google it. It's how to connect Nexus 5 with PTP: Connect phone to Computer Open notification bar. Tap to "Connected as a media device". Select Camera (PTP) instead (MTP).


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MTP needs unlocked phone. Unlock the lockscreen, and If mtpfs and gvfs installed It will work well. sudo apt-get install mtpfs gvfs


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The first time you run studio.sh do it using the terminal and not by double-clicking. (e.g. ./<path>/android-studio/bin/studio.sh) After it opens, you can go to Configure-->Create Desktop Entry to have a permanent shortcut to the application that you can use from there on.


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I'm using OpenJDK 7 with Android Studio and it works just fine. (I don't even have Oracle JDK installed at the moment.) On that screen that you are showing (Project Structure-->SKD Location) I have the following path for the JDK location: /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.7.0-openjdk-amd64.


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Most of the suggestions out there on how to fix similar (but not the same issue as this) include; Ensure you have the udev rules setup correctly - see installation instructions Trying different USB cables Trying different USB ports Restarting the computer Ensure you're using USB2 ports However, for me, none of these worked, even though it would appear ...


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By inspecting studio.sh , you can also set one of STUDIO_JDK , JDK_HOME or JAVA_HOME environment variables to point to the jdk location.


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I had the same problem and it was because of the modprobe: whk @ whk-MS-7817: ~ $ sudo kvm-ok [sudo] password for whk: INFO: / dev / kvm does not exist HINT: sudo modprobe kvm_intel modprobe: ERROR: ../libkmod/libkmod.c:556 kmod_search_moddep () moddep could not open file '/lib/modules/3.13.0-43-generic/modules.dep.bin' I found the same error message ...


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Haven't personay try it but this is what is seems you need: Java Swing Ayatana is a project that brings Ubuntu global menu (AppMenu) and HUD support for Java Swing applications. JAyatana version 2 was released recently, getting support for Ubuntu 13.10 along with a PPA for easy installation. Update: the PPA now supports Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10. ...


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This command might fix your issue sudo pactl load-module module-bluetooth-discover


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I had the same problem with my android device(HTC one(M7)) in ubuntu 14.04. So i rebooted into windows 7.0. Found the same issue there too. On searching i found the following link. http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/why-is-my-windows-7-laptop-not-detecting-any-android-devices/ I dialed *#7284# as suggested by Gerry Anthony in that link. And it worked on ...



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