As shown, the emulator connected to adb on port is the same as the emulator whose console listens on port Once the server has set up connections to all devices, you can use adb commands to access those devices.
I have figured out the problem for that and made the fix, will be included in v1. Thanks again for reporting this. I am quite new to all this. Dallas Dorrington Hey Wugfresh, Thanks heaps eh buddy. You really got me out of a pickle. The GSM chip fried itself leaving me with no phone.
I desided that was too much. My phone was in great condition because it was always in a case to protect it. Might of been why it overheated and burnt out the GSM chip So i stripped both phones down and swapped out mainboards which was very easy to do. The phone I just brought had some weard Rom on it Android 4.
Thanks again your tool is awesome will donate! Love the program, but I have a possible bug report: Tried to backup a single app from the backup section on the main screen. I get the error: Subscript used on non-accessible variable. ADB was working, and the device was connected, according to the popup message.
I will see if I can figure out what caused that.
Thank you for the info. It set Bluestacks as the default device when the nexus was connected. Once I shut down Bluestacks, it all worked fine.
I intend to convert the device to F2FS soon, and am going to be using NRT to do the flashing once the file system is changed. Do you know offhand if there will be any problems with doing it this way?
WugFresh Thanks for letting me what caused it. I just added a quick line of code so that if it fails populating the app list, it will just give a blank pull-down menu, rather than crashing on you with that error.
Regarding your question, as long as the files you are flashing are designed for f2fs, it should be fine. Cheers Jim Penny It was Bluestacks android emulator. Added a fix in this 1.I've seen many posts about this folder on the plombier-nemours.com site but none helped me solve my issue.
I have at least 20 servers with fully packed system partitions (I don't know why, but all system. After upgrading to Android , NRT will not re-root my unlocked Nexus 4. It boots the phone into the bootloader, but then the phone sits on “downloading”, and NRT says that it’s “Booting modified plombier-nemours.com to enable privileged commands”.
Nov 17, · Can't mount system as r/w! Discussion in 'Android Rooting' started by SkinJob, Nov 16, My app works okay to remount /system (or rootfs) for Android versions before like I said, you likely cannot make remounting /system in read/write mode "stick" across different processes that requested them to be mounted in a .
Jul 03, · Android Forums. Home Forums Featured Forums Android Lounge can not remount system using adb remount. Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by maheshchavan, Jul 2, How can I mount system read-write?
Please help. Thanking you. Advertisement #1 maheshchavan, Jul 2, Android Debug Bridge (adb) is a versatile command-line tool that lets you communicate with a device. The adb command facilitates a variety of device actions, such as installing and debugging apps, and it provides access to a Unix shell that you can use to run a variety of commands on a device.
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