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Enable root access for adb from the developer settings menu. Then connect your usb cable and type: adb root It should return restarting adbd as root Now relaunch the shell adb shell


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yes, it's possible to install termux packages on external storage bu note you won't be able to activate virtual environment from external storage


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Write a script in your PC, look for 'reboot' argument, and execute your own command instead. I do not know how a Window's compatible script would look like, but this is how a simple bash script would look like. #!/bin/bash ADB="PATH_TO_RENAMED_ADB_BINARY" if [[ "$1" == "reboot" ]] && [[ -z ${2} ]]; then # $1 is the first argument received by adb ...


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I don't know your model of phone but for the new phone of my wife ( Samsung A70 ), the connexion was not possible any more through USB 2 and i find a new link with USB type C ---->https://www.samsung.com/fr/mobile-accessories/micro-usb-connector-gn930/ I just mount/open the DCMI folder to find all the pictures..... Hope this help ;O>)


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To pull a folder from the sd card, you can use adb tools using following commands in terminal: cd $HOME/Pictures/ adb pull /sdcard/captchas/ It will pull all the files from /sdcard/captchas/ to your Pictures directory.


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None. Just like Debian, Arch Linux and Gentoo are not based on any other distributions, Android is too not based on any existing distribution. In fact it is not typical GNU\Linux distributions. It is a Linux Distribution but Not GNU\Linux Distribution


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