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pavucontrol works partially to me. By setting Profile to off just the video stream no more fast but audio still doesn't will output anymore.


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Using the standard installation process https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/start/ubuntu-for-devices/installing-ubuntu-for-devices/ with the Ubuntu compiled image for the Nexus 4 is not an option for you?


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Ignore the warning, as I get the same message even though I do have the latest version of Flash installed- what version - as I'm at work and do not have my computer I do not remember.


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The first partition on a Persistent flash drive is FAT32, it is the only partition visible to Windows. You can access data on this partition while the drive is plugged into a Windows computer. If you need to access data stored on this partition while booted from the flash drive, you can find it at filesystem/cdrom.


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I engaged the exact procedure that you propose without incident. As I recall, I was able to do this with PNY, SanDisk and Cruzer. However, in the process of using several USB flashdrives for perhaps a dozen installs, some of which were reinstalls, I encountered mixed performace from various USB sticks.Some of them have been retired as unusable, but when ...


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For Chrome try these steps: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/2693767?hl=en In my case my chrome was set to "Do not allow sites to access your camera and microphone" in the Settings>Show Advanced Settings>Content Settings>Privacy>Media, so I just changed to "Ask when a site requires access to your camera and microphone" and it worked.


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NPAPI plugins are (unfortunately) no longer supported by major web browsers. PPAPI is the new way. Fortunately, a very good open source project called Freshplugin allow any browser to use flash player PPAPI from Chrome in Linux.It means that the last flash player update will be used in any browser, even epiphany. You must have Chrome installed. ...


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You should - make sure that gstreamer1.0-libav plugin is installed then in firefox address bar go about:config, search mediasource & enable media.mediasource.webm.enabled & media.mediasource.enabled That should allow playback on twitter as long as the 1st. 2 mentioned below are not enabled or you enable all 3 If you want full coverage in ...


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This problem is definitely add-on/extension related. Restarting with add-ons disabled in Firefox safe mode resolves the issue. Note that simply disabling or removing ad block plus does not work. How: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-using-safe-mode In my case I had flashblock installed and disabling it from firefox addon ...


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You can use Pepper Flash in firefox. Pepper Flash is basically Chrome's Flash API. Chrome has this API installed by default (You might notice this when you have a fresh install of Windows/Linux and Chrome doesn't need to install flash while other browsers do). Here are the steps: Open terminal by clicking the Ubuntu logo, the Super key or press Ctrl+Alt+T ...


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I had the same issue, if you are reading this in 2016, I turned off my adblock and it works fine now, so try that.



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