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A C# developer by day and a Linux enthusiast by night. I also enjoy Android development, video games, chess, soccer, and voiding warranties.

I currently own a Nexus 5 and a SHIELD Tablet. I build my own AOSP-based ROM for my Nexus 5.

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Mar
2
comment Whenever I try to download an app, it keeps wanting to download it to my old Android phone
Does the Coolpad have Google Play installed on it?
Mar
1
revised Check what storage an app uses?
Inline the link
Mar
1
comment How to prevent Nexus 7 of charging the battery every time when connected to a USB?
Does constant charging harm my Android cellphone?
Mar
1
revised Once you have Ubuntu installed on a Nexus 7, how do you get back to stock Android?
deleted 24 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Mar
1
comment Once you have Ubuntu installed on a Nexus 7, how do you get back to stock Android?
Reinstall OS on Nexus 7, Is it possible to reinstall stock Android on the Nexus 7 AFAIK a standard re-flash will work, but you could probably also do a backup in a custom recovery (ClockworkMod, etc)
Mar
1
reviewed Approve ubuntu-one tag wiki excerpt
Mar
1
revised How can I copy content from my SD Card to my PC?
Easier on the eyes...
Feb
28
revised How to block all phone calls, but only allow SMS and networking?
deleted 13 characters in body
Feb
28
reviewed Approve Why is “Android OS” uploading so much data?
Feb
28
reviewed Close Password Protect for Andorid mobile
Feb
28
reviewed Close Only give access to one application(full screen)
Feb
28
reviewed Edit bluetooth-pairing tag wiki excerpt
Feb
28
revised bluetooth-pairing wiki excerpt
added 129 characters in body
Feb
28
comment Only give access to one application(full screen)
How to make run only a single application with all other application stopped?
Feb
28
answered Unlock bootloader using fastboot using Ubuntu/Linux
Feb
27
comment Unlock bootloader using fastboot using Ubuntu/Linux
Take a look at this answer and see if it helps you solve the problem. If not, then your situation may be something different (e.g. not a udev thing). The question is for the N4, but the process is the same; you'll just need to use your device IDs.
Feb
27
comment Unlock bootloader using fastboot using Ubuntu/Linux
Often you just need to add a udev rule for the device. Do you see it under lsusb when it's in fastboot mode? My guess is that if you compare the device/vendor IDs in fastboot mode to the normal ones that they'll be different (the poor-man's solution in some cases is to use sudo fastboot to get around the udev rule, but I don't know if that's entirely recommended).
Feb
27
reviewed Approve antivirus tag wiki excerpt
Feb
27
reviewed Approve antivirus tag wiki
Feb
27
reviewed Approve malware tag wiki