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I've fixed the problem by myself with these commands : mount -o rw,remount / mount -t ext4 /dev/block/sda2 /mnt/deb


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The port forward app you mention won't port below 1024. The app you require is TCP Port Fowarding. It is installed in Android. You can use it with USB adb to setup a VPN. It also is ran from user-space and root is not required.


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For this I use AIRDROID which turns a tablet in a third display for me, on which you can diplay your 'edit' window of the programs you like to use


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You should be able to use ADB as far as it is just a tunnel to the Android device's shell. MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) is not connected to ADB apart from the fact that they share the USB connection. Just try it out, it shouldn't harm your device.


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type this : setenforce 0 before chrooting


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First of all you don't need any USB cable. You can transfer files from/to your android device with the Wi-Fi network of your device. Just install airdroid on your android device. Then activate wi-fi hotspot on your android and open the airdroid app. Next connect your pc to that hotspot, open any browser in your pc and enter the url provided by the airdroid ...


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First of all you don't need any USB cable. You can transfer files from/to your android device with the Wi-Fi network of your device. Just install airdroid on your android device. Then activate wi-fi hotspot on your android and open the airdroid app. Next connect your pc to that hotspot, open any browser in your pc and enter the url provided by the airdroid ...



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