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Use an automation app, most of them has built-in support for starting various types of tethering, so it may not necessary to automate the actual button press. But if that's the only way, it can probably also be automated with any of the following apps: Automate (free) Automagic (paid) Tasker (paid) + AutoInput (7-day trial)


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Based on the comments from Google in this bugtracker - emulator support of screenrecorder isn't going to happen in the near future due to hardware requirements/limitations. https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=61682


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To make sure applications can access the root, you may need to enable it from the Developer Options menu in your device's settings. Once in the Developer Options menu, look for the root access option and select from 'Apps only', 'ADB only' and 'Apps and ADB'. You might have to accept a warning about security, too. If developer settings isn't visible, try ...


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Basically you can! ;) First, Root your phone! Second, Create a secondary partition in your SD card (Ext.4) >= 2GB and set it as primary. Third, download and install Link2sd app from playstore. Open the app, and I will ask you to create a mount point to your 2nd partition. Select Yes. Reboot. After reboot, EVERY app you install will automatically go to ...


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Basically speaking: You can't. At least not without rooting. The main reasons Android does not allow you to install an application to your external SD card are: Security: It's the main reason for that restriction. Basic file systems like NTFS or FAT (any version of it) do not allow for Unix-like permission management. This means: any application would be ...


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To permanently disable storage notifications, try long-pressing on the notification, go to App Info and uncheck Show notifications. You must do it through long-pressing. If it is un-checkable, hit Force Stop and confirm. This is a known method to get rid of Verizon's persistent Wifi notification: Similar Guide Hope this helps,


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I used this methodology, and it worked fine in 4.x, but failed for me in lollipop. While looking for alternative solution, I found this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3391160/paste-text-on-android-emulator it is not exactly as you wanted it, but for myself, most time I want to copy text to clipboard is because I want to paste it into password field. ...


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Figured it out! Turns out I had failed to install busybox, my mistake!


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The command you are using sets the external memory as the default install location not the default download location. The possibility of external memory as default download location is entirely up to the developer of your mobile firmware.


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On stock recveries the adb utility only registers that the device is connected when you invoke the sideload utility which gives an error when you try applying adb shell or any other thing...it only accepts push commands to the device. adb also works when your phone is on which is a problem when you have boot issues and can only get to recovery. Best Case ...


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I don't think root is actually required for Custom Recoveries. You can boot into recoveries without flashing them. I've seen it done before. I don't know how to do it but Google can surely help you. A Toolkit is available for my phone which let's me boot into TWRP or CWM without flashing them and can easily do full NANDroid Backups.


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Yes, you can, by taking a full NANDroid backup. This takes a backup of everything, including the app data, the accounts, the system, etc. with the exclusion of the files stored on the SD cards (both internal and external). Such NANDroid backups are usually taken with the help of a custom recovery, like the CWM (ClockWorkMod) recovery and the TWRP (TeamWin ...


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This device works with the standard Google USB Drivers. But some sources say that the driver info file has to be modified before installing. From an XDA Topic on the RCA Voyager 7 Tablet Download/unzip the latest android usb drivers from google then add: ;RCA Tablet %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, ...


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If you found your device on devices->other devices as android then what you need to do is install the driver for your device. Even if it is cyanogen moded samsung phone, in most cases installing samsung driver will fix the issue.. You can get samsung drivers on the following link. [link] http://developer.samsung.com/technical-doc/view.do?v=T000000117#none ...


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Unless you want specifically to play with adb, you could use either of these two 100% tested workarounds (each one requires installation of another app, though). Approach_1: (needs a rooted gadget) download & install a backup/resore app (such as Titanium Backup or AppMonster; free versions will do just fine); backup the app you need; navigate to ...


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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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