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Setting up an SSH server on Android 6.0 is fairly easy and works well with rsync. I installed SSHDroid. You need to use the SD:/Android/data/com.* path relevant to the app for the files you are syncing however.


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I had the same problem after the cm13 on my OPO a few days ago, but the problem seems to be fixed after I did the following today: Go to settings -> Apps -> Trebuchet, click on "FORCE STOP", then go to "storage" to clean data and cache. Reboot the phone. The home page may look different than before, but you can customize it again. Hope this helps solve ...


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Yes and no. It's not possible to use your own server, but Google does offer a hosted platform for businesses called Google Apps for Work. It gives you a Gmail interface (both the webapp and the Android app) and Google accounts in your own domain (which you can register through Google or independently), along with a private Google Drive for your domain and ...


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Do not use Gallery to manage your photos. Use the Google Photos app to manage your photos on your device, when you delete a photo in the Photo app it is deleted from all attached devices as well, including locally and the Google Photo storage.


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Hint: there's no sudo on Android, just su. And for using ADB as root the daemon on the Android device must run in "insecure mode" (i.e. as root, e.g. using Chainfire's "insecure adbd" app). If you don't want to go that way, there are easier alternatives which you can e.g. find in my list on Synchronizing Files and Folders. I'd recommend taking a look at ...


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You could use Bittorrent Sync to copy the music folder on your computer to your phone. The whole thing will complete on your local network (as long as you don't leave it!). I recommend Bittorrent Sync assuming your local network's speed isn't an issue.


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Probably the feature that TMS is missing is superuser permissiom request. FolderSync as noted in the comments does asks for superuser priviledges and can perform two way syncing!


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I went through every item under data usage to check for restrictions. For me it was Exchange Services that was restricted. Solved. Thanks.


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Well, I had to reset the phone to its factory state, and reinstall all from scratch. I've seen this question asked on several forums, with no satisfactory answer. If you come across one in the future, ping me, and I'll reopen the question. Until then, just restore your phone. Tons of work for (what I'm sure is) a very simple sync bug :(.


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The question is old but the issue is still very alive today. My mailbox in Gmail is a mess. After much digging I've found a solution in this web site. The post was the one from "Jim R", I'll post it in here. It's actually for people with Mail on OS X but just the part in Gmail should (hopefully) suffice. Gmail (web site) side: 1) Quit Mail.app. 2) Log into ...



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