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If you have a root shell via ADB, try pm enable com.android.settings


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Your clue is in the output log: "System/bin/install-recovery.sh" has unexpected contents. Since Android 5, OTA installs verify each partition as a whole so any changes will result in verification failing even if the file is not changed by the update. Something has changed the install-recovery.sh file, so you will need to revert the change or copy the ...


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Have you tried checking the device manager on your PC? you might need to install some software to have it work. However you just use Wireless Storage and type in \G2 in networks to access it.


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After that line (X bytes in Y seconds) appears, transfer has been completed.


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Download previous firmware. Try samfirmware.com Use odin to flash it. And you will be back to stock and dont forget to back up your data


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So here's a solution for Linux. The first part you already mentioned in your question, but for completeness I'll include it nevertheless: #!/bin/bash # echo "Plug in the cable now, please!" # Just kidding: That and skipping the intro you'll have to do manually :) # As well as ensuring that USB debugging is enabled etc. Test with # "adb devices". If it shows ...


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I made something for OS X, this may be exactly what you are looking for: Quick ADB/Fastboot installer: ADB and Fastboot binaries with installer


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There is an app on Google Play called ADBD Insecure by Chainfire. This app lets you run adbd in root mode if your device is rooted when running the devices Stock ROM. I just recently found out about this app. The version on Google Play is not Free, but there is a free version available. The link to the free version is linked in the description of the ...


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You can install busybox pretty easily on an unrooted Android phone. Steps: Grab the file busybox-android from the eponymous github project. Get it onto your device via scp, adb push, Android File Transfer, etc. Put it somewhere public that you'll have access to from a Terminal Emulator session. Just call it busybox. Start a Terminal Emulator session. ...


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My SAMSUNG Galaxy S4 sometimes bothers me with this annoying offline status message too. I always fix it by trying options below: Try to revoke the USB Debugging authorization on Developer Options menu. Try using adb kill-server and the adb usb commands. Try to replug your device if none of above works. Try Restarting your device. Turn USB Debugging OFF ...


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Well, that one is solved! The problem was not the SD cards, but the fact that rooting etc. the Desire caused it to USB-brick. Never heard that before. Some people can cure that with fastboot commands (did not work for me) but the 4ext recovery provides an USB un-bricking function. Long story short, I'm running Spezi77's version of LiquidSmooth 3.2 on my ...


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I had the same issue. Glass was showing as SAMSUNG Android phone as well. My steps to fix issue: win7: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20435778/google-glass-is-not-listed-as-android-device-by-adb Click on: Update Driver Click on: Browse my computer for driver software Click on: Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer Click on: Have ...


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Ok, I searched for it a lot, tried everything and here is the final solution: The propper rooting tool for ASUS tablets that use a x86 processor is "RootZenFone", the old fashioned way "fastboot oem unlock" and replacing the the recovery with something else DOES NOT WORK (As the time being). If you have bricked your tablet (as I did!) you can perform a ...



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