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Sorry for no instructions, • Android folder is on internal SD Card ( /sdcard / android / obb) • Game data stays inside folder (not renamed) • Install but don't open apk until data is copied ! Instructions For OBB
Thanks for the responses. As usual, a good night's sleep and some googling helped me find a solution: I followed the instructions from Google itself to completely reinstall the factory image: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images Lack of hyperactive kids (the root cause of my initial mistake) allowed me to carefully follow the instructions. ...
You have ended up in a bootloop... But that shouldn't be a problem, just flash CM 13 again. You don't even need to have adb access, you can just put the files on an external SDCard (using a card reader for your PC), put the SDCard into your device and flash the files using the recovery.
Flash it again using twrp. Also you can do a hard reset with twrp to
Enable USB debugging as the first user(owner) and run, adb install -r filename.apk This will install the app for all users. Hope it helps
You can use an app called 'Lucky Patcher' witch contains many system tweaks, (root and busybox are required) then follow the following steps: Go to 'Toolbox' tab in the buttom. Select 'Patch to Android'. Check 'Disable signature verification in the package manager'. Press 'Apply' and wait for your phone to reboot. and that's it. 'Lucky Patcher' also has ...
I found way to do this that I'm very happy with. I used Linux Deploy. (It requires root, but here's an alternative for those who don't want to root.) Here's a nearly full version of Xubuntu 16.04 (x86-64) running on my phone. It performs really well. I had no performance issues. Note that this is not a virtual machine. Android and Xubuntu share the ...
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