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What You see is output of libmtp (Media transfer protocol) and appropriate plugins for file-manager. To access root directory of Android device from Linux, you might use a) adb shell (using terminal - easy solution) b) several mtp packages listed nicely here steps described in b) should allow You to mount root of Android device and access it from file ...


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There is no file type association settings under Android so it's not Samsung's fault. ES File Explorer doesn't have an option to set a default file association but you can have the same result if you do the following. Long click the item (file) you wanna open it will create a check list with the file selected. Click on the three dots at the right bottom of ...


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Could work in theory. Every app installed on an android phone is given a user id starting from 10000 for the first app and a group with the same id is created. BusyBox (and root, maybe?) required! To get the uid of an app, execute the following in a terminal emulator. dumpsys package com.example.myapp Replace com.example.myapp with the package name of ...



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