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Wait. I've had positive and reliable experiences running Android 5.0.1 on Nexus 10, Nexus 7, and Nexus 5. However, my Nexus 4 experiences reboots with Android L and a friend's Nexus 4 outright powers down regularly. That said, a bugfix Android 5.0.2 is rolling out to Nexus devices right now. So wait.
Not sure if it'll work as I haven't tested it but here's an option to try(Note: This will only work if your Google account is still linked to the phone, and if it was stolen, the culprit hasn't formatted your phone or deactivated your account): Install Android Lost remotely Install the Android Lost app remotely via Google Play in your browser and it will ...
During recovery mode, adb will be running as root so any file you push will have root as owner and group. Once your device boots up, you cannot see those files because they are not under media_rw and sdcard_r.
Over the holidays I found a solution :) I connected my phone via usb-cable with my computer and used "adb push" to copy my ringtone into the folder /sdcard/Ringtones. This is the same folder that is used by AirDroid for ringtones. And the new ringtone-file (that was added by adb push) had the same permissions (-rw-rw---- root) like the ringtone-files that ...
I didn't have any joy with MX Player or VLC, but I did find an app that played WMA songs on my android phone. The app that worked for me is called jetAudio Music Player Basic. The free version worked fine, so I haven't tried the paid upgrade. My phone is Sony, not Nexus, so maybe that's the difference?
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