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I had the same problem described by 'pepuch' on my HTC Desire S. I tried different drivers on relatively new computers running Windows 8 and Windows 10. In the end I found a link suggesting that I should try the (same) procedure on an older (desktop) computer which I did and the computer managed to detect my Desire S in fastboot USB mode and I managed to ...


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I have wrote an app for exactly this :). It listens on port 5554 and accepts "geo fix" and "geo nmea" commands - ie. compatible with the android emulator. app store: MockGeoFix and source code And btw how do I know the GPS module of my device doesnt overwrite my set mock location? You disable all other sources of geolocation except GPS and you mock ...


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In Win10 use this: Uninstall previous Samsung USB drivers from “Programs And Features” and “Device Manager”. Power off your Samsung phone. Switch your Samsung phone into download mode (power it on with Power + Vol UP + Home pressed simultanously). Connect it to your computer via USB cable. Your phone should become discovered by Windows as some device. In ...


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I am not sure if you ever solved this problem, but I ran into this problem, and tried out many many different procedures, each of which might have helped others, but this is 2016 and a summary might help. A brand new phone bought in 2016 didn't work when I installed Android Studio on Linux. A phone bought in 2015 worked without a problem. A new phone didn't ...


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Turns out there was much more to unmount beyond /mnt/sdcard. Through ADB (and rooted) I unmounted /mnt/sdcard/.android_secure, then /mnt/sdcard, then everything under /mnt. Then I was able to partition my SD card. I hope someone can make good use of this thread one day!


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Backups made with the -system argument can't be restored to a different Android version. It's not that the OS itself is in the backup: it's that the settings from system apps are in the backup and can only be read by the same version that produced them. Usually upgrading to a newer minor version (e.g. from an earlier milestone release to the stable release) ...


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On WiFi, you only have the IP address of your local network, that's completely normal. rmnet interfaces are for mobile data – which would explain why you don't see them on a WiFi only device. rmnet interfaces are usually associated with cellular connections and usb tethering from: Android NetworkInterface. What are the meanings of names of ...


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I would write this as a comment but I can't. It may be because of the cable. I had this problem with an old cable that kept disconnecting my phone. Even cables that look fine may do this. The problem went away after I bought a new cable.


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pm list packages -d 2>/dev/null will list up all disabled packages, one per line, preceded with the keyword package: – so output looks like package:com.android.exchange package:com.android.email So if you take that output and "grep" it for the package name in question, the package is enabled if the output is "empty" and disabled otherwise. ...


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Are you using a custom rom ? I have the same problem, here is how I solved it partially: Download this: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7Mx2p0Jd24Jcm9fNEV6d0xDV1E/view Put this file to root/system/bin an rename it to logd. Attribut -rwxr-xr-x (755) an reboot your Phone. After that logging works. This file has been deleted because it consumes a lot of ...



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