I have a Karbonn Sparkle V AndroidOve device that was previously getting connected to the adb shell using an USB but after the recent factory restore I am absolutely unable to connect to adb shell. Developer options and debugging using USB are switched on. The error coming is error: Device not found. How can I get it back to connect to Ubuntu adb shell?

  • You mentioned How can I get it back to connect to Ubuntu adb shell?. Should I take it as earlier before the reset, your Ubuntu was detecting the device without any hiccups? We've to be sure that there is no problem with Ubuntu itself detecting device here. – Firelord Mar 2 '15 at 18:27
  • I have checked in another installation of Fedora and an ubuntu but the issue persists. – Ankit Haldar Mar 2 '15 at 18:29
  • Did you checked in Fedora and Ubuntu before the reset or when this issue came into existence? A lot of people are entangled into the Ubuntu Adb detection issue because of permissions and so, that's why please clear the pivotal fact : Before or after the reset? – Firelord Mar 2 '15 at 18:34
  • I checked it after the reset of the device. – Ankit Haldar Mar 2 '15 at 18:36
  • Let's make sure its not Ubuntu's issue.Log Out and Log in into Ubuntu using the Root Account by typing User: root and Password: root password. Once you're in, connect your device to the system (Revoke All Debugging Authorizations from Developer Options), make sure Debugging is On and MTP is selected, open terminal, type 1) adb start-server 2) adb devices ,and then tell us what do you see there. If you already did so, ignore the advice. – Firelord Mar 2 '15 at 18:49

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