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I found only one app that is free, generic (not written specifically to work with a certain program), doesn't require installing special custom server software for that app, and is able to connect to my computer (well… after working with the author to find and fix an unreasonable restriction). It is XMouse and it is open-source. No ads and no nags. You can ...


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Try connecting through the ftp.(sftp) You if log in with your username and password you will have all the permissions you get while using the system. If you still wanna have permission problems see man chmod or man chown.


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just use Tethering USB and it will works! Just tried now with Google Nexus 5 connected via USB cable on a laptop with Ubuntu 16.04. You'll find that setting into Settings - Others - Tethering Hotspot or something similar (my OS is in italian).


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When you connect your android Phone to computer you can select the connection "mode". Modes are "Only charging", MTP, PTP. Older Android devices supported also the mode where the device was connected as "USB Mass Storage". MTP means "Media Transfer Protocol" and when used the Phone appears to computer as Media Device. It is used for transfering audio/video ...


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I was trying exactly the same, same setup, and I think the critical error is this: Downloading recovery for aquaris5 ls: cannot access recovery-aquaris5-6.0.4.3.img: No such file or directory or as I had it: Waiting for device to be connected in normal or recovery mode Dev:: Waiting for fastboot to be ready cannot load 'recovery-aquaris5-6.0.4.3.img': No ...


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This is basically because you lack JDK. This can be found by running the following command in the terminal: cd /android-studio/bin ./studio.sh So after you configured Java you'll be able to run it.


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Important is the Method: shared to other computers in ipv4 settings which is bridging the wifi to the existing internet connected network. This permits the DHCP requests from the Android to succeed. This works pretty much out of the box in ubuntu 16.04. Restarting the network manager service network-manager restart might be required though


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I've found a mode to make it work. You can boot Ubuntu from USB, then the phone in download mode appear right on lsusb and other tools (heimdall etc.). I have the same issue on Ubuntu 14.04. Tried couple of phones in download mode and they are wrongly recognized. Somewhere in the system it has remembered the first phone. Changing USB Cable doesn't help.


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You can either : Run ARChon Runtime for Chrome. It is an android runtime, made for Google Chrome. More info Click here. (You will need to convert APK to archon package with android phone. Also not all apps are compatible. I guarantee a headache, Prepare your paracetamol.) Run android-x86 in a VirtualBox or similar. More information Here. You may hit ...


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The simplest method involves using Genymotion. It is one of several Android emulators that you can install in Linux. When compared to other emulators Before, you install Genymotion, you have to first install Oracle’s VirtualBox. VirtualBox is virtualization software that creates the virtual environment necessary to emulate Android in Linux. To install ...


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I think I found a way around this after sleepless nights of trials and errors. All I had to do was to turn off WIFI and disable networking, and then the emulator started when I ran it. Don't know if this is a temporary fix, but I have my emulator working perfectly for now. Hope this helps others in similar situation.


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Eventually i have found solution. Issue was in this case, i were needed change the environment variable, the first open the file : sudo nano /etc/environment and next step is add this line : JAVA_HOME=(your path to JDK) in my case was : JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64 and all is work


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Looks like I have found the problem. I had blacklisted before the cdc_acm driver which is necessary for the SP Flashtool to work. So I enabled the cdc_acm driver by deleting the entry in the /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf.


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Uninstall your current java installation and do the following: Insert the webupd8team java ppa to your system (as root): add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java apt-get update Install both oracle-java8-installer and oracle-java8-set-default. This will keep your JDK updated whenever new versions are released by Oracle.


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As per output mentioned for command sudo update-alternatives --config java I can see that you have only JRE installed but you also need JDK to compile and run the code. You can install JDK using following command : sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk And then run sudo update-alternatives --config java command and select JDK instead of JRE. ...


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Installing and using Android Studio on Ubuntu 16.04 is a task that needs a certain strategy and you need to follow certain steps. Your system must be equipped with a 64-bit CPU capable of supporting Hardware Virtualization and at least 4 GB of RAM but this will not be enough if you're planning to use other programs while Android Studio is running. In that ...


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To install Android Studio in Ubuntu 16.04 ,You need the latest version of umake which is 16.05 . Check your umake version using umake --version you need to not, install umake from the standard ubuntu repositories, instead add ubuntu-desktop repository to get latest umake version. Add repository by sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make ...


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From the linked page, Either upgrade IBus to version 1.5.11 or add "export IBUS_ENABLE_SYNC_MODE=1" to your ~/.profile, then restart a session. Add export IBUS_ENABLE_SYNC_MODE=1 to ~/.profile, and restart your session. If that does not work, try upgrading IBus with sudo apt-get upgrade. Edit Type echo 'export IBUS_ENABLE_SYNC_MODE=1' >> ...


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First make sure you have the latest version of VirtualBox installed - in case not - install it this way : Download and register the ORACLE public key. wget -q -O - https://www.virtualbox.org/download/oracle_vbox.asc | sudo apt-key add - Add the VirtualBox repository to the sources. sudo add-apt-repository "deb ...


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You should look for Bluetooth tethering settings on Your tablet. After enabling it, You should check Your computer if it supports PAN profile in user role. The first part is very easy, but the second one might be hard. I'd check if BlueZ in version on Your system supports PAN.


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I was getting the same prompt. I went to try and restart VirtualBox from my personal user as many posts suggested and that failed as well. The error I got for that was: Failed to create the VirtualBox COM object With the following detailed message: NS_BASE_STREAM_WOULD_BLOCK For me the issue was I could only start VirtualBox as root because the ...


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just try to install lib32z1 by doing: apt-get install lib32z1


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This topic looks to be asking the same or a similar question, and the answer cites Android Notifier (linked in that thread) as a potential solution. I don't know if you've considered it, or if it would be an appropriate response (if not, please edit or remove as necessary!)... But Google Voice allows for a new phone number which is used over WiFi. I have ...


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There's nothing to install. Just unzip the file and go to the ./bin directory of the package and run studio.sh. A common place for custom programs is the /opt directory. So you can create a folder under /opt calling it android-studio or anything of your choice. Then run the studio.sh from there. If you unzip it into /opt/android-studio you'll have a ...



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