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Mar
28
accepted Does uninstalling updates to system apps wipe the data for it?
Mar
28
comment Bugreport location
That will work for taking a new bugreport but not for retrieving one that already exists (i.e. taken while using the phone unattached to adb)
Mar
25
awarded  Self-Learner
Mar
24
answered Does uninstalling updates to system apps wipe the data for it?
Mar
24
comment Does uninstalling updates to system apps wipe the data for it?
Thanks, I'm aware that I can check myself but if someone has tried it before then that could save some time. In any case, seems not to be the case and I'll write up an answer shortly.
Mar
24
asked Does uninstalling updates to system apps wipe the data for it?
Mar
21
awarded  Caucus
Feb
29
asked Nexus 6 automatically remounting system read-only, deleted files returning
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
29
awarded  Critic
Oct
29
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
27
comment Use a different adbkey
Yes, did you find something that I missed?
Oct
27
comment Use a different adbkey
Are you talking about the number in the output of adb devices? That just gives me the serial number of the device.
Oct
27
comment Use a different adbkey
As I understand it, the host (computer) has an RSA key which it uses to authenticate itself to the device (phone/tablet/whatever) so the user can approve debug connections. This key (and thus the fingerprint on the dialog) should be the same for any device that the host connects to.
Oct
27
awarded  Explainer
Oct
27
awarded  Yearling
Oct
27
revised Use of the -i argument in fastboot command-line?
technical terms: suffix -> argument
Oct
26
suggested approved edit on Use of the -i argument in fastboot command-line?
Oct
26
answered Use of the -i argument in fastboot command-line?
Oct
26
comment Use a different adbkey
I meant per Android device, not server device