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Enable USB debugging on the device This is done in Settings › Development. If you don't have that entry in your settings menu, go to Settings › About, scroll to the "Build number", and hammer it like a monkey until your device congratulates you having become a developer. Go back to the main page of the Settings menu, and close to the bottom you should see ...


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After some trial and error seem to have managed to get it working, turns out it is a DNS issue. If anyone else has this issue then it turns out that you need some extra commands in order to get KitKat to work. I added these on to the end of my script posted above and I can now ping google and get pings returned: adb shell su -c 'ndc resolver setifdns ...


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I got this one. Your cat listens for text, but... it keeps listening. You never signal the input termination, thus it doesn't create the file. Instead of the following lines: cat > test.txt test test 12345 test use these: cat << EOF > test.txt test test 12345 test EOF This will instruct cat to accept input until the End Of File is ...


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Update: This works from Recovery mode: - Full factory reset and then: - Apply Update -> From ADB .\adb sideload cm-13.0-20160510-NIGHTLY-mako.zip


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I found a solution (for windows): Download the official MEDION ADB driver for some other tablets they offer Unpack Open the android_winusb.inf file in a texteditor Add the following lines at the end of the two sections [Google.NTx86]up and [Google.NTamd64] ; ;MEDION Life E4001 %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_109B&PID_911E ...


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adb pull is for files. /dev/block/mmcblk0 is a block device. user1133275's answer to that question doesn't work; try the other one, i.e. run adb shell and then: $ su # dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0 of=/sdcard/something.bin Then you can run adb pull /sdcard/something.bin.


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I thought adb gives some sort of unrestricted temporary access (like temporary root). When you open an ordinary terminal emulator app, you're shown a terminal and are automatically logged in as a particular user. The User ID of this particular user is the user ID of your displayed terminal emulator app. Such user and app is considered untrustworthy and ...


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You can find the frequency of a device (as long as it was sold in the USA) by searching the devices FCC ID. This is a unique identifier used for authorizing the device to transmit at licensed frequencies. The Padfone X has two FCC IDs, so you will have to figure out which one applies (try checking under the battery cover): MSQT00S, MSQT00D


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Debian makes it extremely simple to get legit, up-to-date installs of adb & fastboot. If you really just want adb without fastboot: $ sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb Or, if you're like me and think that they work better together: $ sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot



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