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Sep
15
comment “Insufficient storage available”. Ok, but where?
Nandroid backups go to the (internal or external) sdcard. The "insufficient storage" error is thrown for internal storage (/data) only. So no relation between the two.
Sep
15
answered Package Name Info for Android Apps
Sep
15
comment Sd card and its directory
Fixed into your device, and not without destroying it (SoC).
Sep
15
reviewed Close What is my Google password?
Sep
15
comment What is my Google password?
You still have your Android device, and I assume you're using Playstore from there. Recent versions of the Playstore app ask you to provide "alternative contact details" after each install/update. Provide them. Then you can get a new password sent there.
Sep
15
reviewed Close Is there an Android web browser which can upload files from a local file system?
Sep
15
reviewed Close is there any problem if i reset my unrooted andoif mobile that is previously rooted?
Sep
15
comment is there any problem if i reset my unrooted andoif mobile that is previously rooted?
This seems to be an XY problem. Instead of trying to get your supposed solution working: Why not rather asking the real question? Have you checked with the first-aid given in our google-play-store tag-wiki?
Sep
15
reviewed Close How can I make notifications vibrate longer?
Sep
15
comment I have less than 40 apps (including system apps); What else can I remove?
Such questions are often very specific to the device, ROM, and your "personal preferences" – so generic answers are close to impossible. CyanogenMod had lists for that (just google for cyanogen barebones – and you'll find a lot of them, probably not 2 of them identical). Just as much: Remove Google Service, and most Google apps (plus many others) will stop working (properly).
Sep
15
comment How do I install DropBear SSH on Android?
Note to potential close-voters: OP isn't asking for an app, but wants installation help. Sopalajo comes here on my suggestion, the "is there an app for X" part was/is already dealt with at SR. OP knows about where to find it – the question asked here is how to make it fly.
Sep
15
comment Get rid of TouchWiz
No, you can't uninstall it – it's too deeply integrated with the system. Only options are alternative launchers, or alternative ROMs.
Sep
15
comment Sd card and its directory
Tim, can we move that to our chat room – and cleanup the long trail of comments here? That's really a different topic. You could also ask a separate question for that – but to start with, please check our adb tag-wiki and follow up the links to the "beginners guides" :)
Sep
15
comment Sd card and its directory
Thanks, Tim. I've cleaned up a bit more, and rearranged your question as well (while including facts collected in the comments). So let's remove our comments now, leaving the one of GiantTree as only remain, shall we? // BTW: I've updated my answer as well. If that satisfies you, consider accepting it :)
Sep
15
revised Sd card and its directory
integrated facts from comments
Sep
15
comment How to transfer ClockworkMod backup to PC?
@ErljaJkdf. There's a space too much in your last comment, and a slash too much. Should read adb pull /data/media/0/clockworkmod/backup C:/Users/ArtyNinja/Documents/Backup/1970-01-01.10.07.09_LXB22.46-28.1. Could you please include the full and exact error message?
Sep
15
comment How to transfer ClockworkMod backup to PC?
Thanks! I've done a bit formatting. But the first command looks wrong: shouldn't that start with adb pull /storage/sdcard0 or adb pull /data/media/0/?
Sep
15
revised How to transfer ClockworkMod backup to PC?
Improved formatting
Sep
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revised Sd card and its directory
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Sep
15
comment Sd card and its directory
No, I use adb shell from my PC for things like that, via a cabled USB connection (can be done wirelessly as well, but that's a bit trickier to set up). Makes copy/paste of content easier, which then can be inserted into posts as "code block". // But we're filling up comments no with stuff not directly related to the issue, this rather belongs to chat :)