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[T]he Play Store is missing in the phone. It is because Exodus doesn't come with Google Apps (aka gapps). You'll have to flash them explicitly. You may try these links to download Gapps: AndroidFileHost PA-Google Apps Plus(All ROM's) at XDA Caution: Always flash gapps package meant for your ROM only. E.g. Do not flash gapps for 5.1.1 over a 5.0.2 ...


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Edit: I found a work-around: AirDroid allows me to upload the file, but the permissions on the file are set to this: -rw------- Performing the following commands solves this problem (from Windows 7 command prompt). >adb shell # su # chmod 777 /data/data/com.me.app/databases/data.db


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My phone does this, too. I wish I knew why. I seem to have had some success with the sendevent command (adb shell sendevent). First, I had to locate the Power Key device via getevent -i. In my case, I found /dev/input/event4 had a name like pmic8xxx_pwrkey, and used this for my sendevent call. # sendevent --help use: sendevent device type code value To ...


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If you have a custom recovery, chances are you're already rooted. Try typing "whoami", and in case it returns "root", you have root access.


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You might be able to clear the list of authorized devices so the authorization list is reset to its default if it is in some kind of corrupted state right now. You can do this under Settings > Developer options > Revoke USB debugging authorizations. Another thing that is frequently overlooked is rebooting: rebooting both your Android device and your ...


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IDK which Recovery (stock/custom) your device is running because in my device CWM 6.0 for Android 4.2.1 shows "Install zip from sideload" option. Anyhow, I've verified that both options points to same thing i.e. sideloading from PC. This option will allow you to push a .zip file into the device accompanied by an automated installation of it. For a custom ...


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Go to Settings-->Storage-->Menu(3 dots in the corner) and tap USB computer connection. When there, make sure MTP and PTP are both unchecked.


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Make sure you have the right driver installed. If it is, try the same on a Windows 7 computer (or VM).


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If you are using Samsung package disabler is the best app to disable packages. No root access needed https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ospolice.packagedisabler&hl=en


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sigh I'm really sorry if this is the case, and you seem to be careful judging by your screenshots and command lines, but I discovered to my chagrin the same symptoms and thought I'd post just in case future discoverers make it here. It turns out that adb is very picky about single vs. double dashes in its options. For me, double dashes reproduced this case ...


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Answering my own question: After much search I found this post by Koushik Dutta who kindly shared his own developed Universal ADB Driver. In there I found the installer (UniversalAdbDriverSetup6.msi) and the source code for it. After running it, my iRulu U2 is now recognized by Device Manager as HTC Android Interface:


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You should be able to run a shell command from adb: adb shell ps | grep your.app.name And that will return details about your process. The second number will be the PID of your app. This is if grep is installed. If grep isn't installed, you can just run ps and it will dump all processes to your screen. You can dump logcat to a file to retroactively ...


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Based on the platform/system/core repository you linked above, I think the key is in libcutils/android_reboot.c. And important definitions are in include/cutils/android_reboot.h; namely: /* Commands */ #define ANDROID_RB_RESTART 0xDEAD0001 #define ANDROID_RB_POWEROFF 0xDEAD0002 #define ANDROID_RB_RESTART2 0xDEAD0003 Usually in normal ...


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This may be a little late but the droid X had a mini HDMI port! Why not just use that?


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On the device, change USB connection mode from MTP to PTP. Credit/source: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=183642 Worked for an LG G Pad 10.1 (V700).


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If You work on Linux machine, here is a way: $ which adb /usr/bin/adb $ sudo mv /bin/adb /bin/adb2 $ sudo sh -c "echo 'echo $* > /tmp/log_adb_cmd.txt\n/bin/adb2 $*' > /bin/adb" $ sudo chmod +x /bin/adb $ cat /bin/adb echo $* > /tmp/log_adb_cmd.txt /bin/adb2 $* Run Android Device Monitor...and don't forget to reverse operation: $ sudo mv ...


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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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ADB backs up Settings + Apps(System + User) + Apps Data + User Data. That's it. The backup made through it doesn't come close to be related to booting it into virtual machine or even a real device. Short story, you have a backup definitely but that's not a system image. If you want to create a system image, you need to do it through a Nandroid backup or a ...


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You can get the refresh rate through this command: dumpsys display | grep -i mphys | cut -d ',' -f 2 Note that dumpsys display mentions refresh rate at other places too. Source : Here on Stackoverflow


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Did you properly change adbd permissions? Look for other files in the same directory with adbd for permissions value. Most probably it will be 644 but be sure. Note: adb is a service and need to be properly run at start so reboot after changing permissions



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