Ive hooked my phone up to my pc so many times without error when I had Windows on my PC...and used ODIN to flash back to stock after a mishap.... I cant even count.. within last two weeks Ive moved to ubuntu instead of windows..I set up everything on my phone on ubuntu..sdk and everything...so Ive been building a rom for the fassy and i was testing something I made and something went wrong..so I now have no recovery..no way to get my phone back..Im up and running on the rom but it will not due ( no gaaps ) . So when i plug my phone into a windows pc it will not recognize it for ODIN...in device manager it labelled as " Linux file-cd gadget USB device" and cant install the driver to use ODIN.
i have search the web/forum for a windows app that running on the PC you can see at least the apk icon, I have several apks on my PC but when I'm looking for an apk, is hard to remember the name or when trying a new apk is not enough just looking for the name, I may be more visual guy that if I see a nice icon I will try it jajajja.I just found this thread but look die..URL...
is there some application or dev that can easily do an apk viewer, just looking inside the APK folder on the /res/drawable/ the apk icon shows, but how to make it shows at the apk compressed file.
I wonder if someday the SDK will run fine on Linux 64 bits. I understand it's not a priority for Google team, but 64bits desktop OS are becoming common. My case : Mandriva 2010 64 bits, Eclipse 64 bits, SDK 1.6 : OK to create code & launch emulator. But : - adb never find my phone linked to USB cable (it was OK before on Mandriva 32 bits) - TTS also doesn't work well on the emulator (it was OK in Mandriva 32 bits). Do you think the problem is with Mandriva ? or in Android SDK ?
I had built the system.img file in linux ubuntu OS for Android. I copied the system.img file in the widows SDK at /out/packagees/ target/generic directory. But when i am trying to start the emulator its not starting. And the logcat messages are not shown.
Is it possible to build the system.img in ubuntu and use it in windows.
I want to install a Bluetooth Application over my G1 device in linux environment.Please any Body provide me the procedure for this ? Whenever i am installing the application following error was thrown:-
i successfully got into adb in recovery mode fairly easily on my ubuntu 10.4 laptop using the following method- this should also work for a linux live boot from a usb flash drive
in one terminal tail and follow log messages ~$ tail -f /var/log/messages
In another terminal run the loop
1. plugin usb and keep it plugged in 2. remove battery, eject sd card. 3. put battery in 4. press vol- and power 5. after around 6 seconds, your terminal with the log will show something like "new high speed USB..." 6. press vol- to select recovery 7. press the power button 8. IMPORTANT- as soon as you see a new log entry (something like "USB disconnect"), pop in the sd card
check your loop terminal for adb. if it doesn't work, repeat at step 2
I am new user in the area of Android, but have Linux knoweldge. I am trying to configure my android device LG Nexus 4 to act as Document Camera
For this purpose, I have to scp the files and then remove the files remotely. I have installed SSH server and my scp works, but my remote execution of commands using ssh not working, it throws error
with -v ssh gives the following messages "Authenticated to 192.168.21.233 ([192.168.21.233]:57388). debug1: channel 0: new [client-session] debug1: Entering interactive session. debug1: Sending environment. debug1: Sending env LANG = en_US.UTF-8 debug1: Sending command: rm -rf /storage/emulated/0/DCIM/Camera/IMG_20130822_111706.jpg exec request failed on channel 0 "
when I goggled it says that editing ssh_config file and uncomment: 'AddressFamily all' and changing it to 'AddressFamily inet' will work I checked in the android devices /etc directory, I did not find the ssh_config
What I want to do is be able to map arbitrary keycodes to execute custom commands. I purchased a Bluetooth numeric keypad, and with CM7, I am able to sync it and generate key events. However, they're not mapped to anything, so it's pretty useless. My hope in buying this product was the ability to map the keys to input events and be able to control my phone (Maps, IME, etc) while my phone is docked in my car so I'm not doing the "distracted driving" thing. So, is there a way I could code an app/service that would capture key/scancodes and execute user-defined commands (such as screen events)? Further, could this service change its behavior when the IME is active, allowing me to map the keys to the on-screen keyboard? I use a T9 app, and if the program could map to screen events when the IME is active allowing me to type T9 on a physical keyboard, that would be amazing.
Android and Linux kernels started re-merging at version 3.3. People said that a short way down the road, android apps would be able to run natively in linux. the kernel is now version 3.6 and I've heard nothing more about running android apps in linux. people on these and other forums put a lot of great work into getting linux running on android devices. now with windows 8 coming out, the market will be full of both ARM and x86 based touch devices of all sizes and shapes. I for one would love to be able to boot up ubuntu on one of these devices, and use either traditional linux apps or android touch apps as my mood and situation dictate. so- any new word on when we will be able to run android apps in linux?
Been following chroniccorey's linux mod for the gbox mx2, and am wanting to use advanced launcher to access the terminal to add firefox and a couple emulators to my xbmc. Unfortunately I can't seem to find the terminal, and ssh isn't working to apt-get from repositorys. I have some experience with linux, but am by no means pro.
i read kubuntu 11.10 finally has integrated phone capabilities and is going to be heavily geared towards mobile devices URL....and development of Android execution environment for the android os that allows you tu run .apk in linux if so i think this would be full of win for kubuntu with it being the first linux distro with integrated phone capabilities and if the AEE was available that would just be the coolest phone ever
I have been trying all morning and half g today trying to get the bloody thing to instill. I have followed the instructions in the txt file inside but when I go into terminal and CD into the folder and type Android like the instructions day it cannot find three file or if I try it as ./tools/android permission denied and I sudoed in before hands so I have root access.
What I am trying to do is get either nest-api in PHP or pynest in python to run out of SL4A in order to control my Nest thermostat ultimately out of Tasker. Both are found on github, but I can't link to them as I apparently need ten posts to do so. So a google search for "nest-api github" and "pynest github" will have to do I suppose.
I have absolutely no issues getting either to run out of Terminal on my MacBook Air, but for whatever reading the SL4A shell seems to escape my understanding. I would rather have the PHP script work, as it has more options for things I can set, which I like. Where to put the nest.class.php on my phone in order for the PHP shell to reference it when running the example.php or any script I write myself. When I put both files in the sdcard/sl4a/scripts folder and try to run either from within either sl4a or sl4a's shell I get a call to undefined function error.
For the python script, I'm not sure how I need to import the module so that I can call it with nest.py at the beginning of my command line prompt and follow it up with the user name and password and so on. I've done everything including trying to create an .egg file, which I've since been told is not necessary, and that I simply have to put it in the /sl4a/scripts folder. That doesn't make sense to me though, as I needed to run the setup.py command on my computer in order to start using it, and the .egg file should be the equivalent of that on the phone, no?
So what I am looking for is the foolproof way to get either a php or python script running through the shell that isn't actually hooking into the Android environment at all, which is what all the writeups I have found in my searching seems to pertain to. Then eventually make sure that they are available in a way that Tasker can call them. I should also note that all this has been done in an emulator through eclipse until this point, as I didn't want to go screwing around with my brand new Nexus 4's file structure until I had the best practice perfected.