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Android Studio contains ADB in folder android-studio\sdk\platform-tools It's possible to add to PATH in Windows and use Terminal inside Android Studio only by command: "adb shell" and after use "su" get root shell. locate Android studio platform tools folder (eg: C:\android-studio\sdk\platform-tools) open Enviroment Variables in Windows ...


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It really makes little to no difference. If you really need a recommendation, use Ubuntu, because it's what they use inside Google, so you can be sure the tools will install cleanly and work properly on Ubuntu.


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Sdk: adb shell getprop ro.build.version.sdk Complete list: adb shell getprop Through the package manager: adb shell pm list features


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This is word for word from http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/help/broken-digitizer-to-enable-usb-t2206706/page2 response from Dabyd64. I copied this in its entirety for reference and to have this on the Stack Exchange. "I finally get it working by installing CWM recovery, which has ADB, and enable the adb debugging. Quote: adb shell mount -a ...


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The Xperia Z supports USB-on-the-go, so with a USB-OTG adaptor and a USB keyboard you should be able to enter the encryption passphrase to boot the device.


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I just did it cant believe............... I find a command on a website where i just place my mmcblk number that I known via Paragon exFAT,NTFS&HFS+.apk app and run this command as a Super user " mkfs.vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p33 " and now i got my internal storage back on my phone.


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As you can see from the screenshot, you can definitely get colored output in ls on android. (side note - I've got some bashrc magic running so the default ls output is ls --color=auto) Probably you're either running ls in a sh shell and not bash, you've got a watered-down OEM version of ls, or there's some strange magic happening between ADB on Windows and ...


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Rebooting the phone and setting it to connect via USB as Internet Connection -> Ethernet worked for me. LG also has drivers on their site (http://www.lg.com/us/support-mobile/lg-VS415PP) but I'm not sure they're necessary for this to work, and even with them installed ADB only works when in Ethernet mode. You're not wrong to be frustrated, though - I've ...


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I had the same problem with infocus m512, recognized by adb but not by fastboot when in download mode. i've found that specifying vendor id with -i works (0xID) fastboot -i 0x0489 worked for me.


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Great and detailed answer from Nikolay Elenkov. However I should added that somebody already develop a software that do just that and package it here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/adbextractor/ The package contains both Java and Perl tool. I myself prefer Perl over Java any day, so I extracted the Perl codes, make sure they are executable, installed the ...


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I was having the same issue with my Nexus 4, running Cyogenmod 11 on Windows 8. I was plugging in using a USB splitter and my phone would keep disconnecting within seconds of being recognized by LogCat / DDMS. Switching to a physical port on my machine did the trick. In my case the front USB ports worked fine.



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