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The settings is supposed to be called mode_ringer. I can read its current status via adb shell settings get global mode_ringer. However, changing its value does not seem to produce any effect and i'm still investigating why...


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So... really crappy method: fork adb... as in, run it on the local shell in the background, using &. This is super-ugly and somewhat dependent on each instance executing with consistent timing (and probably not too polite to the android device, asking it to spin up all those Java processes), but it works. Example: tap() { adb shell input tap "$@&...


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You can see which devices were authorized by you on your phone to interact with it through adb. You would need root access though. Go into the directory /data/misc/adb/. There would be two files: adb_keys adb_temp_keys.xml adb_keys shows the public key of the other device followed by its user@machine name format. The user@machine should tell you which ...


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