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In order to install Ubuntu OS on any Android device you will need to have an unlocked/unlockable bootloader. The Amazon Fire phone does not offer an unlockable bootloader and at this time, the development community hasn't found a bootloader unlock exploit. So in short, there is not, at this time any way to flash Ubuntu OS to your device. Amazon does not ...


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Here are some answers to your questions that can hopefully get you on your way: Do applications have to undergo a reviewing process like Apple's appstore and the Ubuntu Software Center? When you upload an app to the Ubuntu Store, it is automatically review by the store. Here, apps can take 5 minutes to go from review to being published! This is ...


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Here's what I did, mind you I'm using lubuntu, should not make much of a difference; from the files manager follow this path: /usr/share/applications Find the airstream icon & click on it. It worked for me. Just didn't seem to add itself to my application menu for some reason. Hope this helps.


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Outside of certain ARM environments, purely 32-bit Desktops are obsolete. The standard CPU in computers of the last five or six years is primarily 64-bit architecture. As such, it is relatively safe to assume that your processor isn't restricted to a 32-bit environment. With the various improvements in processing power between 32bit and 64bit, it makes ...


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Interesting question I upvoted it ;) I actually have an Android device and this message pops up all the time I connect my device but I don't pay any attention to it. There's a tweak workaround to play with is USB dubugging mode inside Android System Settings navigate to Applications/Development there you'll find USB debugging. When you connect your phone ...


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You might be able to add Ubuntu by using the following Android apps Xserver Linux Deploy I have not tried it myself yet because I am still waiting for the Slatebook to arrive.


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For Android Studio 1.2+ the WM_CLASS is jetbrains-studio. So you have to add or change StartupWMClass=jetbrains-studio to your android-studio.desktop file.


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To make it more interesting; You may indeed use AirDroid, which is an android App allows you to connect to your phone interface using a web UI. Airdroid Supported Instances Connecting via network (you have to be on the same network) Connecting via hotspot (device will create a network which is going to be the same network) Over the internet (you will need ...


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I think the simplest solution would be to allow your android to access a directory on your PC. You could make a samba share on Ubuntu by following e.g. this guide and then use ES File explorer or Ghost commander on android.


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My favourite application is SSHelper. It is free on google play store and well documented. It creates a SSH server you can access using sftp. You mount the filesystem using Nautilus. http://arachnoid.com/android/SSHelper/


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There is a free application on the Google Play store called Software Data Cable: Once you've installed it, turn on your WiFi connection and launch the app. Tap on the "start service" button. It create a FTP server on the android device that let you connect from any computer by opening the resource: ftp://192.168.1.xxx:8888 where 192.168.1.xxx is the IP ...


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There is an Android application named AirDroid . You can download it from the play store. By using it you can view your android's files in ubuntu using a web browser. Here is website.


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First, the comments from @user68186 are totally right and you probably should do it in the right way. But to answer you: create a new group sudo groupadd androidStudio Now add your user and your sister user to this group sudo usermod -a -G androidStudio suryateja do same as above for your sister username. Now you should change the group ownership ...


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I downlaod the android-studio latest as may 20 MM15 from: http://dl.google.com/android/android-sdk_r24.2-linux.tgz and fails with success in 'Downloading Components' @ Android Studio Setup Wizard step.


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verify your architecture if it's 64 bits, you don't install all dependence. and too verify PPAs install on your Ubuntu. How to do OK: sudo aptitude install libgl1-mesa-glx:i386


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It could be because of Banshee trying to read the device's internal memory for music. Exit banshee before plugging in your device.


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You can try to flush the IP tables with 'sudo iptables -F' If it doesn't work, you can als try to remove the relevant config files from '~/.config'


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This is because the directory /usr/local/android-sdk/tools (I assume this is where you installed the SDK) is not in the PATH variable of root. So your system has no idea where the SDK manager is located. To change this permanently and most easily, open /etc/bash.bashrc in an edior with elevated privileges and add the following line: ...


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First make sure that you are in vboxuser group. To do this run following command: sudo usermod -a -G vboxusers YOUR-USER_NAME then force VirtualBox Module compilation by running following command: sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup then try to restart virtualBox from command line /usr/bin/VirtualBox restart This should help


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After starting Android studio with sudo, select Tools - Create Desktop Entry. This will create an icon for Android studio and if you do a search in the dash, it will pop up in-between the other applications.


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I think you can't access an IP of your LAN when using its global FQDN. You need to use its private IP adress.


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If also gives you issues regarding your open java version, please simply: sudo apt-get update


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Go into your BIOS (Usually Delete, F1, or F12 on boot) and Enable VT-x. This should be a setting somewhere in your BIOS. Depending on the type of computer you have it could be under hardware settings, advanced settings, or something similar. Look around for it. It might also be called CPU virtualization. EDIT: See my comment below. Nested virtualization ...


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I think it is driver problem you should install android usb driver. For install usb driver : Linux : Install driver in linux Windows : steps: Download Google USB Driver. please find your device USB Driver from this link. Then open devices in windows. After that right-click on devices open property. select update device driver. Then select pickup from ...


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To answer you questions: ".....could I have any way to come back on android?" : You can re-install the android image if you indeed have one backed up or downloaded from somewhere. "..could i have my android platform": If you install Ubuntu touch, you will lose android and if you re-install android, it will remove Ubuntu. Be warned that your device is ...


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I got it working this way. On your Galaxy tab go to :Settings->Wireless&Network->USB Settings-> select Mass Storage. Then connect the Galaxy tab to your computer and select "mount"


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After trying every one of the potential solutions detailed above and in other threads from other fora, I discovered that the reason my HOX had decided not to communicate with my laptop any longer (14.04) was a simpler, mechanical one. The USB lead to the handset's micro USB socket was faulty. By using the o/e lead that had always seemed stiffer and less ...


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I think here is the correct solution for this problem. For you and other people who are facing the same problem.


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Try these commands in the terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:langdalepl/gvfs-mtp sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Not really sure, but it might work for you. OR you can try this too.


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I had the same problem and just solved it. I already had LibQt* files inside the genymotion folder. Then I deleted all the libQt* files from the folder. Now it works like a charm. The genymotion development team has also said to delete these files.


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I've made a VNC app for Google Cardboard that you could try. It comes in a free version with ads and a paid version, but if you're up for it you could build it yourself since it's open source. app: Cardboard VNC Free source code: CardboardRemoteDesktop To get the most out of it I recommend using a lower resolution (or large fonts) on your VNC server. ...



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