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I got it to work :) NOTE: This also requires your device to be rooted. (Thankfully, mine was rooted) Connect the device to Mac or PC in recovery mode. (I had to map the process in my mind as the screen was broken). Now open terminal/CMD in computer and go to platform-tools/. type and enter ./adb devices to check if the device is connected in recovery ...


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Hint, Google repository. Ah here you go a better example from the past Find your Sdk folder then locate both tools and platform-tools subfolders. Check the Google repository find what version you want to downgrade to and download the .ZIP for both. Unpack the the .ZIP's you just downloaded move the Tools subfolder over to your Android Sdk folder. Then ...


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If you have ADB debugging turned on, you can give Vysor a try: http://www.vysor.io/ PS: If you can't get to it because the phone is locked, attach a computer keyboard to the phone and unlock it.


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For the RSA verification that you asked to bypass, I don't know whether it would work in your device, but it worked in my little experiment. In Lollipop, the ADB keys (after authorization) are saved in /data/misc/adb/adb_keys. Your private key is saved in computer. In Linux the directory location is $HOME/.android/. On Windows that usually translates to ...


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I Removed my Path Variable as I was getting nowhere, and instead I put the contents of the platforms-tools folder at the root directory of where my CMD opens in, which is my user folder. I am now able to run ADB from the default CMD location, although this isn't an ideal and thorough solution that can be used were every I open the CMD prompt on my computer, ...



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