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bmgr restore package doesn't reinstall an app: it sends a signal to the installed app to make it restore its data from backup. If the app isn't installed, you get the error message you saw. It's the Play Store app that's responsible for installing other apps. If you like, you can think of the list of installed apps as Play Store's backup data, and it ...


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Very likely, you need to adb push them to the appropriate folder in your /data/ partition which is different than your /sdcard/ partition.


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I had this problem. I fixed it by updating fastboot and adb from the latest SDK. I had older versions installed from the Ubuntu repos. Note: I still for that error message, but the flash proceeded rather than halting.


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According to this XDA thread it's an issue with the bootloader file. You could try downloading a different factory image for your device and try the bootloader from there instead (the recent images have all had the same 4.23 version, although different files). Does anyone else get a "invalidState" and "signature mismatch" message when trying to flash ...


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I had a similar problem with my Nexus 5. Windows 8.1 and adb recognized the device until I put it in recovery mode, then it disappeared. I finally said "let me pick from a list of device drivers" and chose the "Android Composite ADB interface." Then adb recognized it and I was able to sideload an update.


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Linux/OSX Run fastboot as root or with sudo. Other OS: credits


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I think u must read this once (may be helpfull) http://www.fixedbyvonnie.com/2014/06/install-android-apps-sd-card-default/#.VGJlsWKUf0-


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It looks like I may have stumbled upon the fix for this. I was looking through about:config for Firefox and noticed a network.http.pipelining.maxrequests variable. Althought it's set to false by default for ssl and proxy, lowering the value to 1 seems to have completely resolved my issue. I set it back to it's default (32) and the issue happened again. ...


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The trick is to add /. to the name of the folder you want to copy: adb pull /sdcard/. backup This copies the whole directory recursively.


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this link saved my day --> http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1926780&page=3#post56615379 try instruction in above link or else just go to CWM mode recovery and then format emmc this problem was something I created after formatting my internal sdcard after installing cyanogenmod 10 on my funbook infinity.


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You must ask for super user first in shell: su your phone must be rooted.


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By default I think apps are only installable to phone storage. The developer has to specifically allow the app to be installed to external storage (SD card or emulated SD card storage). The ADB shell command you have used is only designed for use during development (see http://developer.android.com/tools/help/adb.html). It may be that despite issuing this ...


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You have luck that you have a rooted phone with CWM! You can enable USB-OTG by applying this patch to your phone: http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/orig-development/usb-otg-externally-powered-usb-otg-t2181820 Then you can plug a mouse and/or a keyboard and control your phone with it.


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If the ADB daemon is not running in root mode, you cannot push to /system/app even with /system mounted read-write, due to not be given the permission. As you correctly pointed out, adb root is no option on non-development-devices ("adbd cannot run as root in production builds"). To fix this up, take a look at chainfire's adb Insecure. This app requires ...


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The answer is something quite strange although seemed to work for me. I used a different computer and used Wugs Nexus Root Toolkit to flash stock (after driver install on other computer) and it worked without any failure .


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I tried the "StorageManager.enableUsbMassStorage" and the "StorageManager.disableUsbMassStorage" to enable and disable the mass storage and its works. Thanks. That methods are private method. So, If you want to use them, You shoud do it by reflection. To get that Storage Manager, you might use getSystemService(java.lang.String) method that included in ...


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i use for repair home button issue failure adb devices adb shell su -c commands or adb root shell sqlite3 /data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases/settings.db "INSERT INTO secure (name,value) VALUES ('device_provisioned','1');" adb kill-server


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I found where the problem comes. When I want to change the rights on the file, the installation has already begun. I do not know exactly what happens during installation. So I downloaded the APK to the root file system, I change the permissions and copy the APK in /system/app with the -p argument to the cp command to keep the file permissions on the target. ...


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For some operations, adb must be running as root as well. You can easily restart the adb daemon with root permission by running adb root. Then you can enter adb shell again, switch to root with su and navigate wherever you'd like. Worked for me when I had exactly the same problem. (Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Custom AOSP-based KitKat 4.4.4) Small addition for ...


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I know I'm a bit late, but you can remove the lock by performing factory reset. To do that: Shut down the tablet Hold volume up key and power button at the same time Recovery boot menu will open. With volume keys select wipe data and press power button. The tablet will do a factory reset, all data will be lost and pattern lock will be removed. You ...


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So there are many different threads and posts all over the internet trying to solve this issue for various Android devices. It seems that sometimes these work, but not always. I think I've finally found a step that works most of the time (it excludes hardware issues for example). Start off with your device connected. Essentially, there is an issue with the ...


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I didn't realize it right away, but there are different ADB drivers and Fastboot drivers. I had installed the google usb drivers with the SDK extras and ADB worked great but I got the "waiting for device" trying to flash in fastboot mode. I went to device manager from the control panel and saw the "Android 1.0" device with the yellow icon showing it wasn't ...


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I know Windows doesn't recognize the phone but I still want to try something. Download Wugfresh toolkit from here: (For download links just scroll down, there are some mirrors) http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/ Once you install it, click "Full driver installation guide...". This will give you a thorough guide to uninstalling remaining drivers and installing ...



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