Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Samsung usb cables have a history of being finicky with data connections. I know it personally from trying to root several Galaxy phones over the years. Your best bet is to buy another usb cable. I highly recommend cables from Monoprice as they are cheap and high quality. However to be fair, any good quality cable you can find from another manufacture would ...


2

It seems that there is a bug since Lollipop (or status by design by Google? I'm not sure as I couldn't find the bug report yet regarding this, and I don't know the cause either) that when you uninstall an app not from Play Store, the status will become "Not installed", but the entry is still there, prohibiting installing an app with same package name but ...


1

Well with the boot loader unlocked you can temporarily boot up into recovery by using fastboot: fastboot boot recovery-clockwork-6.0.4.7-mako.img This will then give you adb access to your device to get files off etc. The adb debug mode could then be turned on by editing a settings file and copying in the crypto keys generated by adb on the host computer. ...


0

As per TheFutureIsWild: Doing a RESTART (not turning off and on) fixed the problem. Also make sure you have a USB data cable, not just a charging one.


0

I always had these problems with my old phone. Most of the times this helped: Go to Device Manager right click and choose update driver software Choose to search for drivers on your pc Click Search and go choose: "Android SDK Path"\extras\google\usb_driver If that doesnt help, repeat step 1 and 2 and press "choose from list". Then choose Medium and ...


0

Try running commands as root from your adb folder: sudo ./adb kill-server; sudo ./adb start-server; sudo ./adb devices


0

I run into this same problem with a Galaxy Tab 4 with Eclipse on OSX. I found that if you select the "use same device to future launches" option, it'll eliminate having to unplug and plug the USB


0

Boot into recovery mode by holding the Power & Volume Up buttons on your phone. (if Volume Up doesn't work, try Volume Down). I've used this method to get an unresponsive device to respond.


1

I had a problem with my LG Nexus 4 not being recognised when I connected it to my laptop and in the end this solved the problem for me... On your mobile: Go to Settings > Storage > USB Computer Condition (Menu option from Storage Screen) Change from Media Device (MTP) to Camera (PTP) After that it was recognised without any issues.


0

I had the same issue. Got it working again using Chrome Canary: https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/canary.html Imho it's the DEV-Release - more Beta than Beta but finally i can debug my Xperia Z again.


1

The reason it's cleared because the log has exceeded the maximum limit of displayed messages on LogCat. You can change the limit by following the answer on Stack Overflow: The LogCat messages were simple getting cleared because the buffer had run out of space (receiving too many new messages), which is a simple setting change in Eclipse. To fix, go ...


0

I had same issue, if you follow these steps you should be able to see your device. Install SAMSUNG USB Driver v1.5.33.0 from here. Restart your PC. Connect qolo q800 and enable USB debugging. Go to device manager and click on update software Choose browse my computer for software. Then choose 'let me pick' Choose adb interface Thats it. Open eclipse ...



Top 50 recent answers are included