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It seems you're on linux. If you're on debian or a derivative of it, try sudo apt-get install mtpfs. If you are on some other distro, try installing the mtpfs or libmtp package. Then reconnect your phone and it should work. This worked for my Moto E2 and G2 on Ubuntu 14.04


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There are many ways to copy the files from PC into your SD card. Simplest is the Android's native MTP mode, which you might be having trouble with detecting the device in Ubuntu/Mint. Method 1 You can use ADB as mentioned here by Izzy. Setup ADB and detect device on your PC (see Is there a minimal installation of ADB), open terminal and enter: adb push ...


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Download adb by typing in terminal: sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb Setup adb: You'll find plenty of tutorials on internet to setup adb. Now type this in the terminal: adb push /path/to/file /path/to/paste Replace the paths with your corresponding ones


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looks like u had the problem too (i had it when i used ubuntu for my first time). Please change your personal file sharing settings to get rid of this problem. press the windows key on your keyboard and type "personal file sharing " in the search box appeared(on ubuntu 12.04) then click on the folder with the exact name appeared in the search results ...


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In my CM12, I can do: adb shell getprop | grep -i cyanogenmod and the result it shows is: [ro.build.host]: [cyanogenmod] [ro.cmlegal.url]: [https://www.cyanogenmod.org/docs/privacy] [ro.error.receiver.system.apps]: [org.cyanogenmod.bugreport] [ro.rommanager.developerid]: [cyanogenmod] If you don't see cyanogenmod anywhere then either build.prop is ...


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As an alternative, or if you wish to use 100% FOSS, you can install a native Linux installation on your device using apps such as Linux Deploy, and simply apt-get install gcc.


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Use PTP option instead of MTP USB PC Connection.


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Do you have adb installed? Added the android rules and etc? I was in the same boat last night kind of, was trying to run a logcat. Google adb for whateverdistro you are using. Once I set up adb/android rules, my phone would show up via lsusb Also, not sure if it matters, but do you have USB debugging turned on? I assume since you are trying to build an ...


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Yes, you can access a Linux server using SSH protocol from your Android device. You'll need an app or SSH binary to do this. My Lollipop seems to have in-built SSH so I can always use it using ADB or through Terminal Emulator. The default usage parameters are same as in the desktop. You can see more parameters by typing ssh if your device has the binary. If ...


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Yes you can, http://www.techrepublic.com/article/easily-make-an-ssh-connection-from-your-android-device/ This will give you step by step instructions for the same. Note: you might need to know some of the server side parameters to do this.


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Yes, you can. There are plenty solutions, just look for SSH client on app market or on F-Droid.


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Not necessarily will it be one-line, but you can try to do the following actions: (with adb shell, su) Copy the files to a temporary accessible location on your device (for example, /sdcard, or external SD card) (with adb pull) Copy these files from the temporary location to your machine Delete temporary copy Possible drawback: between first and last ...


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Sooooo, it's pretty late but for anyone facing the same problem: I switched the battery and everything was working. I also got another log where it said something like no battery and shutting down, the same as when removing the battery while the phone is powered on.


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Sorry for a second answer but I think Izzys answer is not getting the point perfectly. First of all your Question: How do i get the device to show up in 'fastboot devices' once I enter recovery mode? This won't happen at all. Recovery and fastboot are different things. Fastboot is mostly part of the bootloader of your device which is probably a ...


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I'm afraid the stock recovery (as pointed out in the comments) doesn't come with ADB enabled, which is why your device is neither shown with adb devices nor with lsusb when you've booted it into <3e>. The only way around this (if you really need to access the tablet via ADB while booted into recovery-mode) is flashing it with a custom recovery, such as ...


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Yes. It is possible to have an Android OS without anything remotely related to Google. First approach would be to root your phone. Then next step would be to install a custom ROM which is by default free of Google like Cyanogenmod. Head over to XDA and find the forums corresponding to your phone which will have necessary tutorials and possibly even built ...



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