New answers tagged usb-debugging
First make sure that you have virtualization on in the BIOS. Next, make sure you have done what I have done in my question. What I forgot to do was install the android_winusb file in the usb_driver folder. The path should be sdk\extras\google\usb_driver. In my case, C:\Users\Ruchir\AppData\Local\Android\sdk\extras\google\usb_driver After doing that, go ...
A non-device specific approach would be to access your device through adb. This route requires you to have a custom recovery already installed on your device. Boot your device into recovery mode. Connect to pc, open a terminal, and execute the following... adb shell mount /data adb shell mount /system From there you can, if you need to, pull the entire ...
You're not doing anything wrong. You're most likely using a stock recovery. Access to shell can prove to be potentially dangerous when it comes to userdata so a lot of OEMs or vendors (I don't know the correct term) prefer to ship a locked-down stock recovery which would do what OEM wants them to do, such as flashing OTA updates, sideloading updates from ...
Just go to your settings and look for about device, you can see the mobile build number, tap it 6-8 times until the message apears - developer options and than you can simply click USB debugging n you are done !! best of luck.
Found S6 Edge drives here and it solved my problem. http://www.cydiaos.com/download-samsung-galaxy-s6-usb-drivers-edge/
I found the missing pieces of the puzzle were installing the Java SDK & Android SDK. I came across this because I couldn't connect to the "adb interface" - the Android remote debugging instruction page never mentioned installing an SDK, so I Googled "how to set up adb interface", and I found this page on How To Geek. After installing the Java SDK & ...
7 time click on build number in about phone watch this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7swUjZm7y6c
There are some apps which do this. But all of them need to be made system app. I didn't want to do this. So I made a widget myself which works just like any other widget. You can get it from here: https://github.com/alseambusher/adb-toggle
Since *.ab is an Android adb backup file you will have to do it via adb, but since you don't have the correct cord you will have to do it wirelessly. Instructions to setup wireless adb: Download WiFi ADB - Debug Over Air and install Turn on your wifi and connect your phone and your computer to the same network. The app will run you through the rest of the ...
Trouble Shooting (From the webpage) I can't see my device on the chrome://inspect page. If you are developing on Windows, verify that the appropriate USB driver for your device is installed. See OEM USB Drivers on the Android Developers' site. Verify that the device is connected directly to your machine, bypassing any hubs. Verify that USB debugging is ...
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