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I am using Android Studio 2.1.1 and Ubuntu 16.04 (x64). The following solved the problems ("sh: 1: glxinfo: not found" and "libGL error:..") for me. $ sudo apt-get install lib64stdc++6 (if it is not installed) $ cd ~/Android/Sdk/tools/lib64/libstdc++ $ mv libstdc++.so.6 libstdc++.so.6.original $ ln -s /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6 ...


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You can try format with Hp usb format tool i had same issue on usb flash drive and format with this tool resolves issue


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it seems you got a fake memory card that was discussed here in detail. Unfortunately, there are no way you can check if a memory card is fake or genuine until you get them and try your hands on it. But you still can check if this is fake or real by checking using method suggested by bestmicrosdcard.com here


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Issues like this this are often corrected by returning to a "known good configuration" before processing additional changes. I would suggest returning to the current official Google firmware via fastboot, then verify the device is booting and operating properly, then you can flash custom recovery and install a third party ROM such as CyanogenMod. ...


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The solution was to let the Android device create a tethering Hotspot and make the PC/Pi connect to it instead. Then the Android device is able to connected to the Webserver on the PC/Pi while still beeing able to talk to the internet. Additionally the PC/Pi is able, too.


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Enable USB debugging on the device This is done in Settings › Development. If you don't have that entry in your settings menu, go to Settings › About, scroll to the "Build number", and hammer it like a monkey until your device congratulates you having become a developer. Go back to the main page of the Settings menu, and close to the bottom you should see ...


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I formatted my pen drive in FAT file system and restarted the recovery. Then it allowed me to tick the USB OTG. And I could access all the files in pen drive inside TWRP. I used it to load the CM mod. FAT32 may also work though I haven't tested it. Edit: FAT32 also works.



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