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it means, the device, haven't any PIN password. just do this : Goto Settings > LockScreen > Screen Lock and set the password for PIN and after this, try again for backup and it showing you for enter the PIN password and then, Backup process will be starting. Edit : after Set the PIN, use this Command : adb backup -all this command will ...


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Basically speaking: You can't. At least not without rooting. The main reasons Android does not allow you to install an application to your external SD card are: Security: It's the main reason for that restriction. Basic file systems like NTFS or FAT (any version of it) do not allow for Unix-like permission management. This means: any application would be ...


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I used this methodology, and it worked fine in 4.x, but failed for me in lollipop. While looking for alternative solution, I found this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3391160/paste-text-on-android-emulator it is not exactly as you wanted it, but for myself, most time I want to copy text to clipboard is because I want to paste it into password field. ...


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Firstly, you should know that there are two methods to install the Android SDK. If you only need it for a short operation via ADB or Fastboot, 1) is the right one for you. If you do more than hoping that this command or click was the right and you are interested in Android development, you should install the adb-tools via method 2). 1) Minimal Installation: ...


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Yes, you can, by taking a full NANDroid backup. This takes a backup of everything, including the app data, the accounts, the system, etc. with the exclusion of the files stored on the SD cards (both internal and external). Such NANDroid backups are usually taken with the help of a custom recovery, like the CWM (ClockWorkMod) recovery and the TWRP (TeamWin ...


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To launch applications, use the ActivityManager (am command). Apks are not directly executable as they are just archives containing runnable code. If you have packaged natively executable binaries in your app, you need to extract them first, then set permissions according to executable permissions (at least --x--x--x) and launch it through an instance of ...


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Use an automation app, most of them has built-in support for starting various types of tethering, so it may not be necessary to automate the actual button press. But if that's the only option, it can probably also be automated with any of the following apps: Automate (free) Automagic (paid) Tasker (paid) + AutoInput (7-day trial)


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Based on the comments from Google in this bugtracker - emulator support of screenrecorder isn't going to happen in the near future due to hardware requirements/limitations. https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=61682


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Basically you can! ;) First, Root your phone! Second, Create a secondary partition in your SD card (Ext.4) >= 2GB and set it as primary. Third, download and install Link2sd app from playstore. Open the app, and I will ask you to create a mount point to your 2nd partition. Select Yes. Reboot. After reboot, EVERY app you install will automatically go to ...



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