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[Q] Enabling USB Debugging in ROM Over USB on a rooted, unlocked, running CWR

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30th August 2014, 05:54 PM   |  #1  
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Hey guys. My phone slipped out my pocket and the digitizer is broken. My phone is rooted, the boot loader is unlocked, and I have it recognised as an ADB Recovery device. I want to enable USB Debugging so I can use androidscreencast to use my phone over my PC so I can set it up to push notifications to my computer and to my pebble(smart watch).

How can I do this. Most of the threads I have found just flat out don't work or stop because of some sort of restriction due to the phone being still locked.
30th August 2014, 11:05 PM   |  #2  
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It looks like you need to run some commands in a terminal emulator on your phone. Which in your case is going to be impossible. Why don't you just use adb pull to pull the data off your sdcard?

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It looks like you need to run some commands in a terminal emulator on your phone. Which in your case is going to be impossible. Why don't you just use adb pull to pull the data off your sdcard?

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Don't need any of the stuff - I could just boot in and take it over USB. All I need is to enable USB Debugging to send touch commands in place of my touch screen. Once I have that my pebble can let me use my phone outside of the house and I can send notifications to my PC too.
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Anyone? I can't get a new phone for a while.
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The biggest Problem ist the Drivers "FOR ALL"problems
You must have all Drivers for it
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Originally Posted by ThePraeceps

Hey guys. My phone slipped out my pocket and the digitizer is broken. My phone is rooted, the boot loader is unlocked, and I have it recognised as an ADB Recovery device. I want to enable USB Debugging so I can use androidscreencast to use my phone over my PC so I can set it up to push notifications to my computer and to my pebble(smart watch).

How can I do this. Most of the threads I have found just flat out don't work or stop because of some sort of restriction due to the phone being still locked.

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You must have all Drivers for it

Drivers are installed for it too, I literally just need to get USB Debugging
13th October 2014, 04:14 PM   |  #8  
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I am in exactly the same boat! I just need to enable debugging so i can remote control my Nexus 4. i have adb access from CWM, in case there is any commands i can do from there?
13th October 2014, 04:21 PM   |  #9  
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I am in exactly the same boat! I just need to enable debugging so i can remote control my Nexus 4. i have adb access from CWM, in case there is any commands i can do from there?

Hey man. Ultimately I just got a new screen but I was able to enable usb debugging with these instructions.
Hope it helps!
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...rkmod-with-adb

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