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Try running commands as root from your adb folder: sudo ./adb kill-server; sudo ./adb start-server; sudo ./adb devices
No, it isn't. Even if you were running Linux on an ARM-based system, or only wanted to run apps for Android-x86, so that you didn't need an emulator, you'd still have the problem that the GNU userspace doesn't have the same facilities and libraries that Android has. The Android framework, the standard library used by all Android apps, doesn't exist for ...
Seems like there's no support at the moment, the L65 is not not listed on CyanogenMod's LG supported devices section.
You need the file http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1674014&d=1359080668 here and copy it to the external SD card (the one you connect to a slot in the phone) Steps: Save the file to external sd card Open stock recovery (press power + vol up + home button) Install zip from external sd card Choose the file ...
The solution is further down the same page: https://github.com/jedisct1/dnscrypt-proxy/issues/98#issuecomment-62636551 I had a problem flashing the zip (made by qwerty12) in the link so you may need to extract the contents to the relevant directories (in /system) and make sure they have the correct permissions. I used Fx explorer for this. You obviously ...
Have you tried towelroot? You can visit the towelroot website and download the apk file. Make sure to enable installation from unknown sources if it's not enabled already. Generally that option is located under Settings\Security.
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