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You can open Android Studio, click on Configure -> Create Desktop Entry. This should create an entry on the dash.


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After searching a lot, I created a folder named 'android-sdk'(in my Eclipse directory) and inside that folder i created another as tools android-sdk |-tools and in Eclipse -> Window -> Preferences I entered this folders path in 'SDK Location' text box.


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It appears that using ATTRS{isProduct}=="*" will work no matter what the product ID is.


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I've been having the same experience: adb devices was correctly indicating my LG-P705 and now it doesn't. I have no idea why the change. This was with Kubuntu 12.04.


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Install Android Studio with this command in Terminal : sudo apt-add-repository ppa:paolorotolo/android-studio sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install android-studio And for more info see this: https://developer.android.com/training/index.html


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From what I see it's a technical issue with the Android OS. Certain android applications are restricted from being moved from the internal memory to your internally mounted external SD card. That's part of android's protection: your "external" SD card is no longer considered as an USB mass storage device. The reasoning popped out at me when I began to ...


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Type java -version and see if it says you are running x86 (32bit) or 64 bit java. If you are running 64 bit Java, you need to re-download the 64 bit version of Eclipse. Your error shows -arch x86 (meaning it wants a 32 bit OS/Java) Why don't you use the Eclipse from the software center? It's much easier to install. You are, however, more than welcome to ...


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To allow communication between your Nexus 7 and your host system you'll need to enable the developer mode on your Ubuntu-touch device. Go to System Settings -> About this phone -> Developer mode: With the developer mode activated, you have several options to start a ssh connection to your device: From the Ubuntu SDK (you can even reboot from there): ...


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If your mobile is rooted and have a terminal emulator installed then you can check the host name using command getprop net.hostname To change host name type: setprop net.hostname new_name


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As far as I've seen, there is currently no way to boot linux. The TF103 doesn't use BIOS, and instead uses Droidboot as it's boot loader. There isn't much information on Droidboot with Bay Trail devices, or my google-fu isn't the best. Either way there doesn't appear to be easily accessible information about how droidboot on the TF103 works or how one is ...


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With Ubuntu 12.04 I could not connect to my vanilla Android 4.1.1 tablet as a USB storage device, to copy files between my computer and the tablet. I followed the advice here without success. Running lsusb in the computer's terminal showed that the tablet was connected as a device (and the USB cable was probably OK), but gMPT reported 'unable to open raw ...


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There are rules to naming files. A - is an illegal character at the front of a file name since it indicates that the next part of what is typed is an -option- to the command used. Example with touch (but also applies to cp or mv and other commands): $ touch -1 $ touch: invalid option -- '1' $ Try 'touch --help' for more information. This works (the -- ...


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This is expected, and explained in ADT site: Read and accept the license agreements, then click Finish. If you get a security warning saying that the authenticity or validity of the software can't be established, click OK. Many Eclipse plugins are unsigned, and this is just one of them. (See also a similar question in Stack Overflow)


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The short answer is "no." Strictly speaking, the Linux kernel provides little more than a direct interface to the hardware it is running on. There is an entire stack of additional Android-phone-specific APIs, programs, applications, etc. on which Android applications depend. Additionally, Android does not run on a generic Linux kernel, but instead runs on ...


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Edit this file: open terminal in ubuntu gedit .bashrc paste this text: export ANDROID_EMULATOR_FORCE_32BIT=true refresh source: source ~/.bashrc


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You're getting this error because you are apparently running on a 32bit system and the Android emulator is designed to operate best in a 64 bit environment. The only real solution is to install a 64bit operating system. If your hardware doesn't support 64bit or you can't reinstall right now you can temporarily bypass the problem by passing -force-32bit ...


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I found an answer here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2226702 However, I only needed to do the following: sudo apt-get install libmtp-common mtp-tools libmtp-dev libmtp-runtime libmtp9 sudo apt-get dist-upgrade edit /etc/fuse.conf and remove the # before user_allow_other, then connect. The article goes on a bit further, but I stopped because ...


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Now, thanks to Vojtěch Boček, who is also behind Ubuntu Touch for Nexus 7 2013 LTE, there is a bug reported on Lauchpad regarding this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/humpolec/+bug/1379034 So, it has no immediate fix, there is a bug in the app.


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It seems that the firewall/security policy preventing the RW permission, first check Ubuntu firewall rules, enable or allow your access not the device, make trust both the device each other for secure connection. also check the settings from mobile handset. Remember: flash the default firewall rules always not a good idea. If we assume that the hardware is ...


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Totally normal behaviour. You should be able to write ATTRS{isProduct}="61f9|61a6" or ATTRS{idProduct}="61*"


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When you plug in your phone, it is listed with other USB devices. You can use lsusb command to see the list. If VirtualBox does not see it, it is the fault of VirtualBox only. Try adding device manually, by copying vendor ID and Device ID from lsusb list to VirtualBox settings.


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This one helped me try it, Installing the libs: apt-get install libxi-dev libxmu-dev Moving the Qt libs inside the Genymotion installation directory Code: mkdir QtLibs && mv *Qt*.so* QtLibs Try to read what log says.


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but after setting the environmental variables It looks like you did not do that correctly. The errors you're getting mean that the paths (like /home/john/android) are being used as the names of variables, rather than as the values assigned to them. The correct syntax to assign a variable is NAME=value. The correct syntax to export a variable (with ...


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You should check if your device/USB vendor is supported by libmtpfs. Please post the output of lsusb -v or google something like "libmtp supported device moto e" plus vendor ID. You will find entries like http://sourceforge.net/p/libmtp/bugs/1053/ which indicate support is not available for that combination.


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There is an unofficial PPA from Paolo Ratolo (Italian teenager from Numix team). Here is how you can do it: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:paolorotolo/android-studio sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install android-studio Source: http://itsfoss.com/install-android-studio-ubuntu-linux/


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Mount using this script: This has been tested on Sony Xperia Z2 (Ubuntu 12.04 - 14.04) https://github.com/eagleEye0101/mount_android_ubuntu.git


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You can also install adt and android-sdk from this PPA. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:linuxgndu/adt-raring sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install adt android-sdk To complete the installation of android-sdk you need to: sudo sh /opt/android-sdk/install-sdk You can also install android-studio: sudo apt-get install android-studio Now check that the ...


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ES File Manager cannot decompress large files. Use ZArchiver instead.


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These two simple commands solved the problem for me: adb kill-server adb start-server Note that unlike semi-newbie's answer I don't need sudo.


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It's really weird, but I solved the issue by closing Banshee Media Player that ran in the background. Turning it back on has resumed the problem.


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Try this sudo apt-get install mtpfs Then reconnect phone. This works for me. Samsung Note 2 Android 4.4.2



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