Android :: Adb Push Hosts File Into /system/etc/ - No Space Left On Device Error

Mar 22, 2010

I am trying to edit the hosts file to access rest services in my local network. Using adb pull I am able to get the hosts file for the emulator and edit it. However I get the error "No space left on device" when I do an adb push.

Does anyone know how to resolve this issue? Can we increase the space for /system? If so how? Are there any other easier ways to access local area network (without creating a DNS server).

Android :: adb push hosts file into /system/etc/ - No space left on device error


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Anyway on the last day of my holiday the phone refused to boot at all. It shows the HTC screen, then the carriers custom splash screen (T-Mobile), then reboots and goes back to the HTC screen in an endless loop.

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Jun 26, 2013

I am having this error "device not found" when I try to push a file. It's not a driver problem, it's not a USB connection problem. ADB commands work until the point where I try to push the file. Then I see "device not found".

I might be doing something wrong, I'm pretty new at this stuff. Or it might be just that the root access to my device has problems.

Here's what I do:

Code:
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List of devices attached
3556*********09 device

c:adb>adb shell
shell@android:/ $ su
su

[Code] .....

I've also tried to push "build.prop" directly from my computer but get the same error.

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Dec 20, 2010

I'm developing a mobile website and I want to see how it looks in Android Simulator.

I manage to edit my android's /etc/hosts file. Here's what I did:

1. Create an Android Virtual Device (AVD)
2. Open the AVD with this command

Code:
./emulator -avd android -partition-size 128

3. Execute the following commands

Code:
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4. Get the android hosts file

Code:
./adb pull /etc/hosts

5. Add my mobile website into the android's hosts file. It looks like the following

Code:
127.0.0.1 localhost
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6. Push the hosts file to the simulator

Code:
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If you are trying to enable AdAway but are stuck on "Applying hosts file" as seen in the screenshot below:

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2. Once you have a file explorer installed that has root access enabled, navigate to "system/etc" and find the file labeled "hosts" as seen in the screenshot below.

3. Hold down/select the file labeled "hosts" and select "permissions" from the selection as seen in the screenshot below.

4. After selecting permissions a window should have popped up where you can change the permissions of the file as seen in the screenshot below.

5. Change the permissions of the hosts file to "rw-rw-rw" just like in the screenshot below. Hit "OK" to apply the permission changes and close the file explorer completely and head back over to AdAway.

6. Once you have AdAway back open, click "Download files and apply ad blocking" and try again. Depending on your internet connection it shouldn't take very long, but you should see something like this, hit "Yes".

7. After your phone has rebooted, open AdAway again and you should see something like this saying newest hosts files enabled.

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How do i know what my partition is ?

And how do i know how much space is left there for Apps?

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