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[Q] ADB Shell And Super SU Issue

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12th May 2014, 03:43 PM   |  #1  
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Okay... So Here Is Whats Up... The Digitizer On My Lg Optimus L9 Is Broken, Cant Touch The Screen Or Anything... But I Would Still Like To Use My Phone, I Can Can View My Screen But Thats All I Can Do,I Wish To Use The Keyboard And Mouse To Control My Screen,I Know This Is Possible Apperantly The Only Way To Do This Is To Access The ADB Shell, Okay,But What The Problem? Well When I Attempt To Gain Access To The ADB Shell... Super SU Gets In The Way, I Cant Grant Access To The ADB Shell Because I Cant Touch The Screen Do To The Broken Digitizer, And I Cant Click It When It Appears On The Display Because I Dont Have Super SU Permision To Use The Controlls Do To Being Denied Access Of The ADB Shell, If You Under Stand My Cicumstances Please Assist Me In Any Way, The Only Stipulation, No Factory Reset! Please And Thank You!
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Okay... So Here Is Whats Up... The Digitizer On My Lg Optimus L9 Is Broken, Cant Touch The Screen Or Anything... But I Would Still Like To Use My Phone, I Can Can View My Screen But Thats All I Can Do,I Wish To Use The Keyboard And Mouse To Control My Screen,I Know This Is Possible Apperantly The Only Way To Do This Is To Access The ADB Shell, Okay,But What The Problem? Well When I Attempt To Gain Access To The ADB Shell... Super SU Gets In The Way, I Cant Grant Access To The ADB Shell Because I Cant Touch The Screen Do To The Broken Digitizer, And I Cant Click It When It Appears On The Display Because I Dont Have Super SU Permision To Use The Controlls Do To Being Denied Access Of The ADB Shell, If You Under Stand My Cicumstances Please Assist Me In Any Way, The Only Stipulation, No Factory Reset! Please And Thank You!

You should still be able to access adb shell at the shell level, what is likely happening is that you are dropping into a root shell and this is causing SuperSU to prompt if you want to allow adb shell to have root access. What are the exact steps you are taking when you go to use adb shell?
12th May 2014, 05:28 PM   |  #3  
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You should still be able to access adb shell at the shell level, what is likely happening is that you are dropping into a root shell and this is causing SuperSU to prompt if you want to allow adb shell to have root access. What are the exact steps you are taking when you go to use adb shell?

I Use Android Screencast Plus Android SDK, Then I Use Command Prompt

.Adb Shell
.Su
At That Point Super Su Is Prompted
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I Use Android Screencast Plus Android SDK, Then I Use Command Prompt

.Adb Shell
.Su
At That Point Super Su Is Prompted

I would recommend try starting adb shell (adb shell command) and not dropping into a root shell then skip the su command. So just do

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adb shell
To start adb shell, and then skip the su command.
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I would recommend try starting adb shell (adb shell command) and not dropping into a root shell then skip the su command. So just do

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adb shell
To start adb shell, and then skip the su command.

If I Skip su The cmd Says Not Permited

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•adb shell 
•su 
•chmod 777 /data/dalvik-cache 
•cd /data/dalvik-cache 
•chmod 777 ./
This Is My Attempt, Is There An Alternative
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If I Skip su The cmd Says Not Permited

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•adb shell 
•su 
•chmod 777 /data/dalvik-cache 
•cd /data/dalvik-cache 
•chmod 777 ./
This Is My Attempt, Is There An Alternative

Trying using adb shell from the command line, instead of Android Screencast. Also what are you trying to do with the device extract your personnel information?
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