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On WiFi, you only have the IP address of your local network, that's completely normal. rmnet interfaces are for mobile data – which would explain why you don't see them on a WiFi only device. rmnet interfaces are usually associated with cellular connections and usb tethering from: Android NetworkInterface. What are the meanings of names of ...


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I have wrote an app for exactly this :). It listens on port 5554 and accepts "geo fix" and "geo nmea" commands - ie. compatible with the android emulator. app store: MockGeoFix and source code And btw how do I know the GPS module of my device doesnt overwrite my set mock location? You disable all other sources of geolocation except GPS and you mock ...


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For photos you can either copy them to the pc or use a third party app that will backup them, like Google photos. For contacts and sms there are plenty of third party apps. You can alao backup the contacts to google server using the contacts app itself


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using this method won't work for you , since /data is not accessible except after acquiring root permissions , so if you can root your device , after it try adb shell su (allow it from phone if required) cp /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf /sdcard/ exit adb pull /sdcard/wpa_supplicant.conf Sorry but AFAIK this can't be done without root I REPEAT , YOU ...


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I would write this as a comment but I can't. It may be because of the cable. I had this problem with an old cable that kept disconnecting my phone. Even cables that look fine may do this. The problem went away after I bought a new cable.


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Are you using a custom rom ? I have the same problem, here is how I solved it partially: Download this: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7Mx2p0Jd24Jcm9fNEV6d0xDV1E/view Put this file to root/system/bin an rename it to logd. Attribut -rwxr-xr-x (755) an reboot your Phone. After that logging works. This file has been deleted because it consumes a lot of ...


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Yes. They are just files and can be deleted as normal. There are probably several symlinks and aliases on your device that all point to /mnt/sdcard/, nothing to worry about there.


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I had the same problem described by 'pepuch' on my HTC Desire S. I tried different drivers on relatively new computers running Windows 8 and Windows 10. In the end I found a link suggesting that I should try the (same) procedure on an older (desktop) computer which I did and the computer managed to detect my Desire S in fastboot USB mode and I managed to ...


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Are you using the usb cable that came with your device? Check another usb port on the laptop, reboot the laptop if another port doesnt work either. If that does not help, check another usb cable. Good luck.


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I am not sure if you ever solved this problem, but I ran into this problem, and tried out many many different procedures, each of which might have helped others, but this is 2016 and a summary might help. A brand new phone bought in 2016 didn't work when I installed Android Studio on Linux. A phone bought in 2015 worked without a problem. A new phone didn't ...


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I couldn't update the ADB driver on Windows 10. When I tried installing the generic Google ADB driver by clicking on "Browse my computer for driver software" and choosing the driver folder, Windows ignored the drivers, saying there were no drivers found. I finally found the solution in this article, Manually installing Android ADB USB Driver. The missing ...


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pm list packages -d 2>/dev/null will list up all disabled packages, one per line, preceded with the keyword package: – so output looks like package:com.android.exchange package:com.android.email So if you take that output and "grep" it for the package name in question, the package is enabled if the output is "empty" and disabled otherwise. ...


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I think your phone has been rooted and the just thing you need to do to remove that Superuser.apk is Open adb shell. Type su(It will give you superuser access). Then change the file permission (mount the system folder to read and write) and just simply remove that app.


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ADB is only accessible from recovery or a booted phone. When stuck in bootloop, reboot into bootloader and use the fastboot.exe instead. Then enter fasboot reboot recovery and continue via ADB


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If(custom ROM==true) { - go to recovery mode from boot loader - wipe data - wipe cache, delvik cache - reinstall a better rom } Else - reset factory settings from rm


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In Win10 use this: Uninstall previous Samsung USB drivers from “Programs And Features” and “Device Manager”. Power off your Samsung phone. Switch your Samsung phone into download mode (power it on with Power + Vol UP + Home pressed simultanously). Connect it to your computer via USB cable. Your phone should become discovered by Windows as some device. In ...


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This is the same for me on Ubuntu. These commands should solve it: sudo adb kill-server sudo adb devices


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You could try to use AndroidScreenCast for you purposes - it's maintainable version of original androidscreencast. It requires only Java and ADB, no phone client, so just run it and use it. I've just tried it with Nexus 4, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean emulator. And, actually, I'm currently the maintainer of the project, so if you got any questions or issues - ...


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There is no universal way. It all depends upon how the app is designed. For example, the app Servers Ultimate Pro (I use it) offers the option to start a server automatically during app startup. While I'm unable to recall the name, I remember coming across an app which allowed toggling the status of a server through intent. Your concerned app may or may ...



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