General :: Pushing Files Via ADB From One Android Device To Another
Jun 23, 2013
As long as I have the requisite SDK files and a terminal on an Android device, or if I'm doing this programmatically in an app I'd develop, can I use adb to push a file from one device to another that's connected via USB? The devices will be a Nexus 4 and probably a Nexus 7. The N7 would be the sender, fwiw. I'm hoping that it's not required that the device executing the adb push commands be a computer as opposed to a mobile device.
I'm assuming that I can find a cable that's micro USB (if that's what it's called) at both ends to connect the two devices.
Is it possible to do the same thing via a Bluetooth connection? Or can adb only recognize a device connected via USB?
For some reason my Twitter app isn't pushing notifications to my device. I have it set to sync data every 5 minutes and it still isn't pushing any notifications even after 5 minutes. I'm not really sure if the sync setting has anything to do with notifications though.
Is it possible to get the apps off of my incredible, that no longer has service, so I can install them on to my x? I have an older version of handcent on my incredible and I want to see if that version will work on my x, since the version in the market place does not.
I've rooted with pure hero 1.1 on my phone and want to push the HTC keyboard and contacts list. I have the apk files for both I have fresh pre-kitchen 0.2 and I get an error when trying to push files and can't see the files I want to pull with it. So I guess what my question is how and what is the best way to push and pull files onto the phone?
I want to know how to get the ringtone,audio files in the device and I want set them as alarm. I am working in the code to set the alarm and I want to know how to retreive audio or ringtones from the device.
I have XTouch X507S it is MTK6577 http:[url]..... and I want to compile AOSP 4.2.2 to it, I've successfully unlocked the bootloader, and ported a TWRP but I want to know how to extract device proprietary files?
I have pined them and they are local it says, but cannot find the files, do you know where they are stored. I read on other post that it is in Internal storageAndroiddatacom.google.android.music, but when looked there it is empty
I have xprivacy installed and even when I uncheck all options for Google maps and try to find my current location with it, the gps sign flashes in the notification area but never gets a fix on my location. My question is simple:
I think I may have accidentally deleted some GPS files from my phone /device location. How do I check or what files do I look for in particular (and their location precisely) to make sure that I deleted my files and its not an issue in some other place before I go reporting a bud to the developer.
And where exactly are the GPS driver/files located in the phone?
I am running a CM11 Nightly on my jfltevzw. I am trying to update to a new nightly by dragging and dropping it onto my phone, the way I always do. However for some reason when I try to do it now, I get an error message saying "Cannot copy item: This device has either stopped responding or has been disconnected." even though it shows up on my explorer. It was working fine like a day ago. I have rebooted my computer and everything, but it just won't work.
I have music that is playable with Google Play Music player, but not with other players. I have chosen for the music to be "on the device", and it plays when even in Airplane Mode, so I know it is not streaming, but the music files do not show up in my "Music" directory tree, or under any other file trees that I can find. I have used ES File Explorer to do a top down search for some of the missing titles, but it doesn't find them. I'm perplexed. There must be a cache somewhere, but I can't find it.
In my android application i want to load a gzip file along with my application into device. I tried placing it in /data/data/mypackage but its not getting loaded into the device. I also tried placing in raw folder but still not working. Is there any way that i can get this done?
I've been trying to understand how to get data about all the audio files in the device using MediaAudio but unfortunately the documentation is far from clear. Also, thereīs almost nothing about it on the forum right now and I couldnīt find good resources over the internet.
Iīve seen pretty quick and objective examples on how to access the main information from the containers but I couldnīt find in any place how I could get the names of the tracks (MediaStore.Audio.AudioColumns doesnīt have an specific constant for it) and the most important, how I could retrieve the path for the media (audio file in this case) Iīve found using the info on MusicStore.Audio.
am I missing something here? It seems it should be so easy but I canīt find the info! Also if I change any data on the container, will this data be also changed in the real file as well?
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I'm looking for an app that will allow me to view photos stored on my computer. I can access the computers on my home network from my Incredible using Astro or ES File Explorer "LAN" and open various file formats such as .pdf, .doc, .xls fine on my Droid; however, I am unable to open and view any type of image files (.jpg, .bmp, .gif, etc.) unless they are stored on my SD card or in the Droid memory itself.
When I try to open a image file stored outside the Droid, nothing appears on the Droid screen. I have installed several "image viewer" apps, such as Astro and 3D Gallery, none of which seem to be able to open remotely stored files. When I "click" on an image file, I see "Loading Image", but all that appears is a black screen with left and right arrow scroll buttons -- no pictures. Any advice, other than to copy and paste image files to my SD card, which then allows me to open and view them? I did get the 2.2 update.
I can't put any music on it. My computer will either stay frozen on copying the first song to copy, or it will tell me that the Nexus disconnected. I'm using the original cable that came with it, and I tried another one already.
I've Set up wowza streaming server in my ubuntu box for RTSP streaming video files. The video gets stream perfectly when I've Totem video player at client side. The same URL or video is failing to work on android device and the application that tries to access that RTSP URL breaks with Mediaplayer error (1,-1).
I am trying to push up the views in my activity whenever a soft keyboard comes up. I have been partially successful in this, except that certain views remain hidden behind the soft keyboard.
My XML looks like the below. I am specifying the last RelativeLayout RL3 containing buttons with the attribute: android:layout_alignParentBottom="true" so that they stay above the soft keyboard when it comes up. However. the scrollview SV1 which is above the last RelativeLayout RL3 is not scrolling up completely and so a part of the scroll view remains hidden behind the soft keyboard. I have tried to set paddingBottom=70px but that still does not make the scroll view go up.
I have a vertical sliding drawer at the bottom of my app. When the soft keyboard opens, it pushes the tab for the drawer up, so it sits atop the keyboard. I actually want it to remain at the bottom of the screen, becoming hidden when the keyboard is shown.
I have samsung I7500 and when I connect it with PC I turn on mass storage device. Than I start copying files from PC to mobile phone and in the middle of transfer it stops and my mobile phone turns back from mass storage device, so I cannot longer see it on my PC.
I am using droidlife's suggestion on how to root droid x 2.2 and when i copy the files to the correct folder and then hit doroot.bat all i get it "searching for device" the drivers are downloaded but when debugging is turned on it wants to download drivers for wb810.