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I was looking at the web search results of “how to manually root Android devices” and I noticed that most of those are either just advertising stuff or makes use of dedicated (particularly closed source) rooting solutions. Those which worked some time ago are now obsolete since they depended on some security vulnerability in Android which was fixed over time....


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In order to run bash in Termux app's context so that it behaves exactly the same way as if it was started from the app, it must be run at least: With UID/GID of the app assigned by the Package Manager at the time of installation With supplementary group inet (3003), which is required to create network sockets and is assigned to any app at the time of ...


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Is there a way I can clear all of the phones app data (I am not talking about app cache)? From adb shell do: ~$ pm list packages | sed 's/^package://' | xargs -I {} pm clear '{}' This will clear all apps's data and cache. Is there a way I can reset the phone without re-enabling the apps? No. But as @Firelord suggested in comment, create a list of ...


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Once you have Android Studio set up make sure you can connect to an emulator or a device where it will be listed in the AVD (Android Virtual Devices). If a physical device is connected confirm that debugging mode is enabled and access is allowed to Android Studio. A separate ADB is not needed as all the build tools are part of the IDE. Now you are ready to ...


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