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here is an another method, go to android shell then shutdown the phone! adb shell shutdown


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From my experience with Samsung devices this is not a bug but rather a feature. The "download" AKA "ODIN" mode on Samsung devices is a proprietary alternative to bootloader/fastboot mode and I don't remember being able to boot to this mode in other than the hardware way.


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There is no fastboot mode on Samsung. You must use the ODIN mode, which is an alternative to fastboot. On Linux there is a client application called Heimdall which talks to phones via Odin mode. So the answer to your question is ODIN or Heimdall. ODIN is the proprietary Samsung PC application, Heimdall is multiplatform open source alternative. ...


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You should be able to use ADB as far as it is just a tunnel to the Android device's shell. MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) is not connected to ADB apart from the fact that they share the USB connection. Just try it out, it shouldn't harm your device.


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If it helps, I found ADB.exe here in a new Android Studio 1.0.2 install: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Android\sdk\platform-tools


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The port forward app you mention won't port below 1024. The app you require is TCP Port Fowarding. It is installed in Android. You can use it with USB adb to setup a VPN. It also is ran from user-space and root is not required.


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Well, since the FileManager.apk package resides in a /system/app/ directory it is a system app. So the general way to remove it is: adb shell su mount -o rw,remount /system rm -rf /system/app/FileManager.apk rm -rf /data/data/org.openintents.filemanager mount -o ro,remount /system exit exit


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I have put together some build scripts to compile SQLite for Android Native Code using the Android NDK. It builds the SQLite CLI in two versions: Statically and Dynamically Linked, as well as it's Static and Shared Libraries. You may get the scripts from my GitHub and build the binaries yourself: https://github.com/stockrt/sqlite3-android Hope this will be ...


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First go to settings->Apps->Your app->move to SD Card. Then follow these steps: First download ES File explorer Search for the app's folder on the SD card. If you cannot, go to the Android folder->DATA->Your app. OR go to Android->OBB->your app. If you cannot find the folder, the developer ought to help you, especially since you are ...



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