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Debian makes it extremely simple to get legit, up-to-date installs of adb & fastboot. If you really just want adb without fastboot: $ sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb Or, if you're like me and think they work better together: $ sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
Google is probably not using your current location to determine if the app can be installed. Instead it might be using something like your billing address. You can try changing your registered billing address and ensuring it is registered to an Indian address. There are detailed steps on how to do this in another question.
I guess, the answer is NO, unless the phone you are using is Nexus or is the exact copy of Nexus (with the same specs, no changes at all). The factory images that Android releases for Nexus are optimised for Nexus devices only and won't work on others. Trying to fastboot flash such images might brick your device for good.
Cyanogen OS (not to be confused with open source CyanogenMod; is built on Android) comes with Google Mobile Services (GMS) and for GMS to be shipped in a specific device the device must follow Compatibility Definition Document (CDD) as well as pass the compatibility test. Any device which follows the said document and passes the test can be claimed as ...
Yes, its absolutely possible: CyanogenOS is a custom version of the Android operating system. It's here to offer a 'better' version than Google can provide, with more features and more control for the hardcore user. You will be having greater access to resources on mobile hardware as compared to normal android users. For more info visit their official ...
I can't believe it actually worked for me; I just tried it and it worked. Here's the solution: Move / Copy Package Installer.apk as well as the .odex file of Package Installer from /system/app to /sdcard or whatever folder you may want to copy the file to. Delete the Package Installer (apk and odex) from /system/app if you've copied it. Reverse the first ...
It's your /data partition running low on free space (as always when this error occurs – see our insufficient-memory tag-wiki for details, first-aid and further information). According to the output you've provided, only 700 MB out of 10 GB are available. The "storage low" error is triggered when free space here reaches 10%. This limitation was introduced to ...
If you know the x and y coordinates for the install and accept buttons you can run the following after starting market pointing to app like Ohad Cohen stated adb shell input touchscreen tap x y - x and y coordinates for install button with space inbetween pause for a second or 2 then run adb shell input touchscreen tap x y - x and y coordinates for ...
Download and install ES file explorer from the play store. It should identify the file correctly. Another solution would be to connect the device in debug mode and use adb install filename.apk to get the apk installed. You however need to have adb setup on your computer to use this method.you can find adb in the Android SDK by Google or search for ...
Referance: Your apk file is not named correctly and thats the problem here. if your apk name is like app apk or app_apk then its possibly causing the problem. Solution : Download any good file explorer ( i recomend es explorer/solid explorer/fx filemanager but any good solid file manager will work). find the file and rename it with an .apk at end. ...
The developer options become available after you click the build number 7 times in the about section of your phone.
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