Another script that uses adb shell input to send characters can be found here: https://github.com/gcb/AdbPaste
This is a Python script that can be cloned from github, or also directly downloaded and run:
$ wget https://github.com/gcb/AdbPaste/raw/master/AdbPaste.py
$ chmod a+x AdbPaste.py
$ ./AdbPaste.py "some text to paste"
There are Apps on Google Play which make it possible to enable ADB Wifi with a button click. If you have root (as I can see), you won't need a PC and it does the switch in a second. An example App: ADB Wireless (root) - Google Play
I think that's what you asked for. If you dig deeper you can find apps with the option to set a custom Port. Good luck.
this seems particularly odd, but in that expected google evil way. From my own incomplete but growing understanding of things- you can convert the restore file to a tar file by changing the first 24 bytes. So then the question is, would a simple tar extraction in a particular way (remounting something or other rw temporarily?) accomplish the same thing the ...
I was having the same trouble, no access to my Download folder from TWRP. BUT I did realize a folder that for me was not read-only. Try pushing to /data/local/tmp:
./adb push fileToPush /data/local/tmp
At first I was able to push to /sideload as well, but then all of a sudden it became read-only, so somehow I found this tmp a post online mentioning this tmp ...
OnePlus 5 didn't support project Treble out of the box, so there was no /vendor partition. However with update to Android P (as explained here), said partition was created to support Treble. If you didn't undergo that OTA update, you must haven't /vendor partition on your device.
You can also create the partition yourself from within TWRP if you are a bit ...
If it shows Unauthorized but if you do not see the RSA prompt on the phone, do the following.
Identify all the duplicate entries in the path. Remove duplicates.
This question is nearly a duplicate of this which has a detailed answer by @Firelord, except the Termux part. As mention by @DeathMaskSalesman in comment, Termux is more like a Linux environment, but so far it doesn't have adb and fastboot in repositories, though proposed. Most probably because they are meant for rooted devices. But you can use static ...
Firstly the main Android OS (what you call "boot mode") and recovery are two independent operating systems. When one is running, other is not. Running processes are different, environment is different, loaded properties are different and so on.
Recovery has its own default.prop file in ramdisk from which it reads properties. In order to permanently change ...
Processes receive signals from other processes or kernel as a warning or as a request to make some change in state. Receiving processes can block, ignore or catch signals, except SIGKILL which does what the name says. A process receives SIGHUP (hangup signal) when its controlling terminal (virtual or pseudo) disconnects or its controlling process (which is ...
adb backup should work at least on some apps. Test it for example with a simple tea timer or stopwatch app those apps should not disallow backup. If this does not work the backup function on your device may be defect (encountered this once on a Lenovo tablet).
But if it works for simple apps that the it is just that the other apps disallow backup (android:...
... /system has no space left.
It indicates that your /system partition is mounted R/W but just to make sure, if dm-verity is enabled, /system is always R/O. For details see How to disable dm-verity on Android?.
Next, both of your screenshots show that your /system partition is full. Even if you haven't written anything to it, some ROMs may have /system ...